"I went to the doctor because I felt a bit of discomfort. It wasn't even close to the heart area, but the stomach. Had I delayed getting it checked out, doctors said the heart could have been damaged," former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul- Haq said.
Inzamam is one of Pakistan cricket's most successful captains, and also one of the most decorated ones.
Lahore: Days after he hogged the limelight for being ill-treated by few players during his playing days due to his Hindu religion, former Pakistan leg spinner Danish Kaneria has now alleged that the national cricket team welcomed those players in the side who “sold” their country. On Thursday, former pacer Shoaib Akhtar had alleged that […]
London: Australia’s batting mainstay Steve Smith, who has been in incredible form in the ongoing Ashes series, has broken yet another record by going past former Pakistan skipper Inzamam-ul-haq’s record of most consecutive 50+ scores against a single opponent in Test cricket. On the second day of the ongoing fifth and final Ashes Test at […]