“My frequent is 55 in ODIs.”

Imam-ul-Haq. (Image by Lee Warren/Gallo Photos/Getty Photos)

Imam-ul-Haq doesn’t have a complete lot of experience, representing Pakistan on the worldwide stage. The southpaw has solely carried out 24 ODIs by which he has notched 1153 runs at a robust frequent of 54.90. Furthermore, in a quick career, the left-handed batsman from Lahore, Punjab has already notched 5 centuries and as many half-centuries beneath his belt.

The teenager, who’s moreover the nephew of chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq, started his worldwide career with a century on debut in the direction of Sri Lanka in October 2017 on the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi and ever since he hasn’t appeared once more. Within the meantime, the 23-year-old believes that he has churned out performances sufficient to get him into the World Cup squad.

He said that taking into account his numbers in ODIs, he was nearly an computerized selection for the mega event in England and Wales, starting Thursday, Might 30. “My frequent is 55 in ODIs and that options your question. I was an computerized selection for the World Cup,” Imam was quoted as saying in Urdu Degree. Pakistan will play their first sport in the direction of the Windies.

Imam’s newest cricketing mission

Imam was currently a part of the ODI assortment in the direction of Australia, the place he ended up with 63 runs in three video video games collectively together with his prime score of 46 coming throughout the closing ODI in Abu Dhabi. Earlier to that, he carried out throughout the fourth model of the Pakistan Great League (PSL) for the Darren Sammy-captained Peshawar Zalmi.

In that occasion, which was moreover his first, Imam racked up 341 runs in 12 matches at a median of 28.41 with four half-centuries. His prime score of 59 received right here in the direction of the Karachi Kings on the Nationwide Stadium in Karachi. Imam’s subsequent worldwide mission could be the limited-overs assortment in the direction of England, starting Sunday, Might 5 on the Sophia Gardens in Cardiff.