Former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad has been inducted into the PCB Hall of Fame. Chief Executive PCB Faisal Hasnain presented an honorary cap and plaque to Javed Miandad for joining the PCB Hall of Fame. Earlier, Wasim Akram, Fazal Mahmood, and Zaheer Abbas have also become an official part of the PCB Hall of Fame. Pakistan Cricket Board Chief Executive Faisal Hasnain said that on behalf of the Pakistan Cricket Board, they formally congratulate Javed Miandad on joining the PCB Hall of Fame. It is an acknowledgment of his immense service to cricket.
Javed Miandad has been inducted into the PCB Hall of Fame
On the occasion, Javed Miandad said that it was an honor for him to be a part of the PCB Hall of Fame. He said that when a cricketer takes over the helm of Pakistan cricket, such welcome decisions are made. They know how many sacrifices a player can make to reach this point. He said that whenever he came on the field, he did his best to contribute to the success of the team and his country. They worked hard to get the best out of it.
Javed Miandad said that he used to leave every good inning of his career in the past and look to the future. They tried to learn from their mistakes and perform well in the next match. He further said that he is fortunate to have the best players of his time. Who has always supported and encouraged him. Also, he is grateful to the people of Pakistan for giving him full encouragement in his career.
He said that when Javed Miandad came on the field for batting, nothing was impossible. Javed Miandad’s fans respect and admire him a lot. It should be noted that 64-year-old Javed Miandad represented Pakistan from 1975-to 1996. During this time he scored 16,213 runs in 357 international matches with the help of 31 centuries. In his domestic career from 1973-74 to 1993-94, Miandad scored 80 centuries and 139 half-centuries, where he scored 28,663 runs. Javed Miandad played the 1975 World Cup at the age of 18. Then won the 1992 World Cup in Australia under the leadership of Imran Khan. He represented Pakistan in 5 World Cups till 1996.