Pakistan won the World Cup, was removed from the team after being insulted, this veteran begged 14 players


Batter wanted to play another World Cup
but was thrown out of the team after conspiring

New Delhi. If someone is sitting on the seventh heaven of success and fame and suddenly he is thrown hard on the ground, that too in such a way that he has to seek help from others to stand straight, then what is it called? It will be called Javed Miandad. The veteran player of Pakistan, who was awarded the country’s third highest award by the President himself for playing a key role in winning the ODI World Cup, but within a year, the veteran batsman was humiliatingly thrown out of the team.

Pakistan faced England in the final of the 1992 World Cup. Javed Miandad was the one who played an important role in bringing Pakistan to the grand finale. Javed Miandad scored 58 runs in the final as well and Pakistan won the match by 22 runs. In the entire World Cup, Javed Miandad was the second top scorer by scoring a total of 437 runs in 8 matches including 5 half-centuries. In the same year, the President of Pakistan Ghulam Ishaq Khan awarded Javed with the Sitara-e-Imtiaz, the country’s third highest civilian award. However, Javed Miandad was dropped from the national team within a year citing his poor performance.

one-on-one request
For the next 3 years i.e. till 1996, Javed Miandad remained out of the team. Former Pakistan all-rounder Basit Ali had revealed that Miandad was not given a place in the 14-member squad announced for the 1996 World Cup. To fulfill his desire of playing his sixth World Cup, Miandad appealed to the team captain Wasim Akram.

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Not only this, Javed went to each of the remaining 13 players of the team and pleaded to keep them in their place. In the end, Basit Ali withdrew his name and cleared the way for Miandad to get a place in the team. Basit Ali told that behind this action against Miandad, Imran Khan, former captain and PM of Pakistan, was behind.

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