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Mohammad Javed Miandad popularly known as Javed Miandad (Urdu: جاوید میانداد ), is a former Pakistani cricketer known for his unconventional style of captaincy and batting. He played for Pakistan in Tests and One-Day Internationals between His son was married to the daughter of mafia leader Dawood Ibrahim. Islamabad: The marriage of former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad's son Dawood Ibrahim is accused by the Indian Government of a wave of bomb Miandad, who played Tests and one-day internationals for. the son of former Pakistan cricketer Javed Miandad in July It drew an elaborate profile of Dawood, and made a reference to the Dawood Ibrahim haunts India from afar as daughter weds in an American-branded hotel India-US relations U.S. surprised, happy at SAARC observer offer.
Miandad declined to say whether the bride's father, who has not been seen in public for years, would attend either ceremony. India says and Pakistan denies that he is in hiding in Karachi. Miandad, who played Tests and one-day internationals for Pakistan between andis considered one of the country's all-time cricketing greats.
He insists the marriage is a sacred and personal matter and no one has any right to comment on it or pass judgement. The children should be left alone," he said. Ibrahim, a hugely wealthy Muslim businessman, was often seen in the company of Pakistani and Indian cricketers, film stars and politicians until the Bombay bombings.
Miandad is thought to have first met Ibrahim in Sharjah in the mids, when the latter attended a series of matches between India and Pakistan which attracted the sub-continent's fashionable elite. A former teammate said Miandad became a favourite of Ibrahim during that period. Later on someone from the crowd threw a stone upon Miandad, and he went upstairs into the crowd to take revenge from the spectator.
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He made only four half-centuries during that period. His aggregate of 8, Test runs was a Pakistani record until Younis Khan broke it in Inzamam ul Haq also came close to breaking this record just falling short by 4 runs.
Even though his test career spanned 17 years, he failed to make it into the top-most category of batsmen with test aggregates of over 10, runs. Miandad's Test career batting average of He scored six double centuries which is the most by a Pakistani and 6th overall. He has honour of became the first batsman in the history of test cricket to scoring centuries in both 1st and th test against New Zealand and India respectively. Pakistan went on to win that match by an innings and runs.
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On strike, Javed Miandada warrior of many an India-Pakistan battle. Bowling to him, Chetan Sharma, a young fast bowler, probably a shade quicker than expected for a relatively short man. The next few seconds were a blur. A low full toss was smoked over square leg: In the gloom around me, I clenched my fists and let out a shriek: A little over a year later, I found myself in England playing for Combined Universities against the Pakistanismy presence more a reflection of the declining standards of varsity cricket than any recognition of my talent.
The thought of playing against Miandad was exciting. But when the Pakistan team bus arrived in Oxford, he was missing.
He had chosen to stay back in London to rest rather than make the trip and compete with struggling undergraduates.
I made my disappointment known to a Pakistani official. He retorted, "Haven't you Indians grown sick and tired of watching him bat! India were playing Pakistan in a tense World Cup quarter-final in Bangalore in As the run rate climbed, Miandad tried to take a non-existent single and was run out.
It was his last international match and as he left the ground, Guha got up to cheer him.
Proof that Javed Miandad gave his son, and soul, to Dawood Ibrahim
Pat came the sharp reply: He was someone you couldn't ignore. In the s there was a B-grade Hindi film with a villain named Javed Miandad. He may have lacked the elegance of Zaheer, the power of Inzamam-ul-Haq or the dazzle of Majid Khan, but his competitive zeal made him arguably greater In the Pakistan team visited India and I suggested we rope Miandad in as an expert voice for the channel I worked for then.
When our marketing team rang him, he quoted an astronomical fee.