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CRICKET-WORLD/PAKISTAN
RTR1NQXZ
March 21, 2007
Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq walks up stairs to the players pavilion following post game interviews...
Kingston, Jamaica
Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq walks up stairs to pavilion after World Cup cricket match in Jamaica
Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq walks up stairs to the players pavilion following post game interviews after the World Cup cricket match against Zimbabwe in Kingston March 21, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Andy Clark (JAMAICA)
SPORT CRICKET
RTR1HTEM
September 28, 2006
International Cricket Council press officer Brian Murgatroyd reads a media release announcing the verdict...
London, United Kingdom
ICC press officer Murgatroyd reads a media release announcing the verdict on Pakistan cricket captain...
International Cricket Council press officer Brian Murgatroyd reads a media release announcing the verdict on Pakistan cricket captain Inzaman-ul-Haq at the Oval cricket ground in London September 28, 2006. Inzamam-ul-Haq was banned for four one-day matches on Thursday for bringing cricket into disrepute, Murgatroyd said on Thursday. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN
RTR1HRVX
September 27, 2006
Pakistan cricket captain Inzaman-ul-Haq (L) walks past umpires Darrell Hair (C) and Billy Doctrove (R)...
London, United Kingdom
Pakistan cricket captain Inzaman-ul-Haq walks past umpires Hair (C) and Doctrove (R) at ICC Code of Conduct...
Pakistan cricket captain Inzaman-ul-Haq (L) walks past umpires Darrell Hair (C) and Billy Doctrove (R) at an ICC Code of Conduct hearing at the Oval cricket ground in London September 27, 2006. Pakistan officials are confident Inzamam-ul-Haq will be cleared of ball-tampering charges at the hearing in London this week while accepting that he is likely to be penalised for bringing the game into disrepute. EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Tom Shaw/Pool (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN
RTR1HRVT
September 27, 2006
Pakistan cricket captain Inzaman-ul-Haq (C) listens during an ICC Code of Conduct hearing at the Oval...
London, United Kingdom
Pakistan cricket captain Inzaman-ul-Haq listens during ICC Code of Conduct hearing at Oval cricket ground...
Pakistan cricket captain Inzaman-ul-Haq (C) listens during an ICC Code of Conduct hearing at the Oval cricket ground in London September 27, 2006. Pakistan officials are confident Inzamam-ul-Haq will be cleared of ball-tampering charges at the hearing in London this week while accepting that he is likely to be penalised for bringing the game into disrepute. EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Tom Shaw/Pool (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN
RTR1HRUF
September 27, 2006
Pakistan cricket captain Inzaman-ul-Haq (L) walks past umpires Darrell Hair (C) and Billy Doctrove (R)...
London, United Kingdom
Pakistan cricket captain Inzaman-ul-Haq walks past umpires Hair and Doctrove at ICC Code of Conduct hearing...
Pakistan cricket captain Inzaman-ul-Haq (L) walks past umpires Darrell Hair (C) and Billy Doctrove (R) at an ICC Code of Conduct hearing at the Oval cricket ground in London September 27, 2006. Pakistan officials are confident Inzamam-ul-Haq will be cleared of ball-tampering charges at the hearing in London this week while accepting that he is likely to be penalised for bringing the game into disrepute. EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Tom Shaw/Pool (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN
RTR1HRRR
September 27, 2006
Pakistan cricket captain Inzaman-ul-Haq arrives for an ICC Code of Conduct hearing at the Oval cricket...
London, United Kingdom
Pakistan cricket captain Inzaman-ul-Haq arrives for ICC Code of Conduct hearing at Oval cricket ground...
Pakistan cricket captain Inzaman-ul-Haq arrives for an ICC Code of Conduct hearing at the Oval cricket ground in London September 27, 2006. Pakistan officials are confident Inzamam-ul-Haq will be cleared of ball-tampering charges at the hearing in London this week while accepting that he is likely to be penalised for bringing the game into disrepute. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
SPORT CRICKET PAKISTAN
RTR1GJJX
August 20, 2006
Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq (front) leads his team as they leave the pitch during their match against...
London, United Kingdom
ul-Haq leads Pakistan as they leave pitch during fourth test cricket match against England at the Oval...
Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq (front) leads his team as they leave the pitch during their match against England on the fourth day of the final test cricket match at The Oval cricket ground in London August 20, 2006. The fourth test descended into chaos after Pakistan failed to return to the field after tea on the fourth day after the touring side were accused of ball tampering. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
SPORT CRICKET PAKISTAN
RTR1GJK7
August 19, 2006
Pakistan's cricket team, lead by their captain Inzamam-ul-Haq (front) leave the pitch during thier match...
London, United Kingdom
Pakistan's cricket team, lead by their captain Inzamam-ul-Haq, leave the pitch during fourth test cricket...
Pakistan's cricket team, lead by their captain Inzamam-ul-Haq (front) leave the pitch during thier match against England on the fourth day of the fourth test cricket match at The Oval cricket ground in London August 20, 2006. The fourth test between England and Pakistan descended into farce on Sunday as first Pakistan, then the umpires, failed to return to the field after tea on the fourth day following a ball-tampering storm. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
SPORT CRICKET
RTR178B7
March 16, 2006
Pakistan's captain Inzaman-ul-Haq (R) and his Sri Lankan counterpart Marvan Atapattu hold winners trophy...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Pakistan's Inzaman and his Sri Lankan counterpart Atapattu hold winners trophy during a news conference...
Pakistan's captain Inzaman-ul-Haq (R) and his Sri Lankan counterpart Marvan Atapattu hold winners trophy during a news conference in Colombo March 16, 2006. Sri Lankan and Pakistan will play three one-day internationals and two test cricket match series. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi
SPORT CRICKET
RTR175AY
March 14, 2006
Pakistan captain Inzaman Ul Haq (L) and Abdul Razzaq leave the cricket ground without completing their...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Pakistan captain Inzaman Ul Haq and Abdul Razzaq leave cricket ground in Colombo
Pakistan captain Inzaman Ul Haq (L) and Abdul Razzaq leave the cricket ground without completing their first practice session as the ground was occupied for a soft ball match in Colombo, Sri Lanka, March 14, 2006. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
RTR197KG
February 14, 2006
Pakistan's cricket captain Inzamam-ul-Haq offers prayers, as security personnel stand guard (behind)...
Multan, Pakistan
Pakistan's cricket captain Inzamam offers prayers in Multan
Pakistan's cricket captain Inzamam-ul-Haq offers prayers, as security personnel stand guard (behind) during Pakistan and Indian team's visit to the Bakhtawar Amin memorial hospital, in Multan, February 14, 2006. REUTERS/Arko Datta
SPORT CRICKET ENGLAND
RTR199NE
November 11, 2005
Pakistan's captain Inzaman-Ul-Haq (R) and coach Bob Woolmer watch a net session ahead of the first test...
Multan, Pakistan
Pakistan's captain Haq and coach Woolmer watch net session ahead of first test against England in Multan...
Pakistan's captain Inzaman-Ul-Haq (R) and coach Bob Woolmer watch a net session ahead of the first test match against England in Multan, Pakistan, November 11, 2005. The first test match between Pakistan and England starts from November 12. REUTERS/Mike Finn-Kelcey
SPORT CRICKET PAKISTAN
RTRW0CY
June 07, 2005
Pakistani players walk off after they beat West Indies in the second test between the West Indies and...
Kingston, United Kingdom
Pakistani players walk off after they beat West Indies in the second test between the West Indies ......
Pakistani players walk off after they beat West Indies in the second test between the West Indies and Pakistan in Jamaica. Pakistani player Younis Khan (L) shakes hands with his team mate Asim Kamal as other team mates Yasir Hameed (2nd L), Captain Inzaman-ul-Haq (2nd R) and wicket keeper Kamran Akmal walk off after beating West Indies in the second and final test between the West Indies and Pakistan at the Sabina Park Cricket Ground, Kingston, Jamaica, June 7, 2005. REUTERS/Craig Lenihan
SPORT CRICKET
RTRW09W
June 07, 2005
Pakistan's captain Inzaman-ul-Haq smiles after receiving the winners check at the Sabina Park Cricket...
Kingston, United Kingdom
Pakistan's captain Inzaman-ul-Haq smiles after receiving the winners check in Jamaica.
Pakistan's captain Inzaman-ul-Haq smiles after receiving the winners check at the Sabina Park Cricket Ground, Kingston, Jamaica, June 7, 2005. Pakistan beat West Indies by 136 runs in the second and final test on Tuesday to level the series 1-1. REUTERS/Craig Lenihan CL/AH
SPORT CRICKET
RTRVZ8T
June 06, 2005
Pakistan's captain Inzaman hits the ball on day four of the second and final test between the West Indies...
Kingston, United Kingdom
Pakistan's captain Inzaman hits the ball on day four of the second and final test between the West ......
Pakistan's captain Inzaman hits the ball on day four of the second and final test between the West Indies and Pakistan in Jamaica. Pakistan's captain Inzaman-ul-Haq hits the ball for four runs on day four of the second and final test between the West Indies and Pakistan at the Sabina Park Cricket Ground, Kingston, Jamaica, June 6, 2005. Inzamam scored his 22nd second test hundred against the West Indies in Kingston on Monday to leave the second and final test wide open. REUTERS/Craig Lenihan
SPORT CRICKET
RTRVZ6G
June 06, 2005
Pakistan's captain Haq acknowledges scoring century on day four of the second test between the West Indies...
Kingston, United Kingdom
Pakistan's captain Haq acknowledges scoring century on day four of the second test between the West ......
Pakistan's captain Haq acknowledges scoring century on day four of the second test between the West Indies and Pakistan in Jamaica. Pakistan's captain Inzaman ul-Haq acknowledges scoring century on day four of the second and final test between the West Indies and Pakistan at the Sabina Park Cricket Ground, Kingston, Jamaica, June 6, 2005. REUTERS/Craig Lenihan
SPORT CRICKET
RTRVZ69
June 06, 2005
Pakistan's captain Haq acknowledges scoring century during the fourth day's play of the second test between...
Kingston, United Kingdom
Pakistan's captain Haq acknowledges scoring century during the fourth day's play of the second test ......
Pakistan's captain Haq acknowledges scoring century during the fourth day's play of the second test between the West Indies and Pakistan in Jamaica. Pakistan's captain Inzaman ul-Haq (L) acknowledges scoring century as his team mate Shabbir Ahmed looks on during the fourth day's play of the second and final test between the West Indies and Pakistan at the Sabina Park Cricket Ground, Kingston, Jamaica, June 6, 2005. REUTERS/Craig Lenihan
SPORT CRICKET
RTRVZ4M
June 06, 2005
Pakistans captain Haq defends a ball on day four of the second test between the West Indies and Pakistan...
Kingston, United Kingdom
Pakistans captain Haq defends a ball on day four of the second test between the West Indies and ...
Pakistans captain Haq defends a ball on day four of the second test between the West Indies and Pakistan in Jamiaca. Pakistan's captain Inzaman ul-Haq defends a ball on day four of the second and final test between the West Indies and Pakistan at the Sabina Park Cricket Ground, Kingston, Jamaica, June 6, 2005. REUTERS/Craig Lenihan
SPORT CRICKET PAKISTAN
RTRVYMQ
June 05, 2005
West Indies Collymore reacts during the third day's play of the second test between the West Indies and...
Kingston, United Kingdom
West Indies Collymore reacts during the third day's play of the second test between the West Indies ......
West Indies Collymore reacts during the third day's play of the second test between the West Indies and Pakistan in Jamaica. West Indies bowler Corey Collymore reacts after team mate wicket keeper Courtney Browne dropped a catch to dismiss Pakistan's captain Inzaman ul-Haq during the third day's play of the second and final test between the West Indies and Pakistan at the Sabina Park Cricket Ground in Kingston, Jamaica, June 5, 2005. REUTERS/Craig Lenihan
SPORT CRICKET
RTRVYKV
June 05, 2005
Pakistan's Haq hits the ball for four on day three of the second test between the West Indies and Pakistan...
Kingston, United Kingdom
Pakistan's Haq hits the ball for four on day three of the second test between the West Indies and ......
Pakistan's Haq hits the ball for four on day three of the second test between the West Indies and Pakistan in Jamaica. Pakistan's captain Inzaman ul-Haq hits the ball for four on day three of the second and final test between the West Indies and Pakistan at the Sabina Park Cricket Ground, Kingston, Jamaica, June 5, 2005. REUTERS/Craig Lenihan
SPORT CRICKET
RTRVYJO
June 05, 2005
West Indies Collymore reacts during the third day's play of the second test between the West Indies and...
Kingston, United Kingdom
West Indies Collymore reacts during the third day's play of the second test between the West Indies ......
West Indies Collymore reacts during the third day's play of the second test between the West Indies and Pakistan in Jamaica. West Indies bowler Corey Collymore reacts after team mate wicket keeper Courtney Browne dropped a catch to dismiss Pakistan's captain Inzaman ul-Haq during the third day's play of the second and final test between the West Indies and Pakistan at the Sabina Park Cricket Ground, Kingston, Jamaica, June 5, 2005. REUTERS/Craig Lenihan
SPORT CRICKET
RTRVYJH
June 05, 2005
West Indies Collymore reacts during the third day's play of the second test between the West Indies and...
Kingston, United Kingdom
West Indies Collymore reacts during the third day's play of the second test between the West Indies ......
West Indies Collymore reacts during the third day's play of the second test between the West Indies and Pakistan in Jamaica. West Indies bowler Corey Collymore reacts after team mate wicket keeper Courtney Browne dropped a catch to dismiss Pakistan's captain Inzaman ul-Haq during the third day's play of the second and final test between the West Indies and Pakistan at the Sabina Park Cricket Ground, Kingston, Jamaica, June 5, 2005. REUTERS/Craig Lenihan
SPORT CRICKET
RTRVXV9
June 05, 2005
Pakistani's Ahmed celebrates after taking the wicket of Lara on day three of the second and final test...
Kingston, United Kingdom
Pakistani's Ahmed celebrates after taking the wicket of Lara on day three of the second and final ......
Pakistani's Ahmed celebrates after taking the wicket of Lara on day three of the second and final test between the West Indies and Pakistan in Jamaica. Pakistani bowler Shabbir Ahmed (C) celebrates after taking the wicket of Brian Lara for 153 runs with his team mate Younis Khan (R) and captain Inzaman-ul-Haq (L) on day three of the second and final test between the West Indies and Pakistan at the Sabina Park Cricket Ground, Kingston, Jamaica, June 5, 2005. REUTERS/Craig Lenihan
SPORT CRICKET
RTRVSKY
June 03, 2005
West indies bowler Reon King (R) tries to stop a shot from Pakistani captain Inzaman - ul-Haq during...
Kingston, UNITED STATES
West indies bowler Reon King tries to stop a shot from Pakistani captain Inzaman - ul-Haq.
West indies bowler Reon King (R) tries to stop a shot from Pakistani captain Inzaman - ul-Haq during the second test at the Sabina Park Cricket Ground in Kingston, Jamaica, June 3, 2005. REUTERS/Craig Lenihan CL/SV
SPORT CRICKET BANGLADESH
RTRONH5
September 09, 2003
Pakistan batsman Inzamam-ul-Haq plays a delivery against Bangladesh
during the first one-day international...
Multan, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
PAKISTAN BATSMAN INZAMAN-UL-HAQ PLAYS AGAINST BANGLADESH IN MULTAN.
Pakistan batsman Inzamam-ul-Haq plays a delivery against Bangladesh
during the first one-day international in Multan September 9, 2003.
Pakistan scored 323 for three wickets against Bangladesh on Tuesday.
REUTERS/Mohsin Raza

ZH/DL
SPORT CRICKET ZEALAND
RTRV3FR
May 02, 2002
Pakistan batsman Inzamam-ul-Haq (helmet in hand) is greeted by teammate
Shoaib Akhtar after completing...
Lahore, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
PAKISTANI BATSMAN INZAMAN-UL-HAQ CELEBRATES HIS TRIPLE CENTURY AGAINST
NEW ZEALAND IN LAHORE.
Pakistan batsman Inzamam-ul-Haq (helmet in hand) is greeted by teammate
Shoaib Akhtar after completing his triple century against New Zealand
on the second day of the first cricket test in Lahore on May 2, 2002.
Pakistan were bowled out for 643 with Haq scoring 329. REUTERS/Mohsin
Raza

MR/CP
SPORT CRICKET
RTR142ML
May 20, 2001
England fast bowler Dominic Cork (C) celebrates after taking the wicket of Inzaman Ul Haq (L) for 20...
London, UK
DOMINIC CORK CELEBRATES IN THE FIRST TEST AGAINST PAKISTAN.
England fast bowler Dominic Cork (C) celebrates after taking the wicket of Inzaman Ul Haq (L) for 20 runs as teammate Alec Stewart looks on during the fourth day of the first Test at Lords, May 20, 2001. Alec Stewart has resumed the England captaincy after Nasser Hussain sustained a cracked thumb during the third day of play and will not take any further part in the Test.

KD/MC
SPORT SOCCER
RTR13QPK
April 08, 2001
Pakistan batsman Inzamam lines up the ball as Sri Lankan wicket-keeper Romesh Kaluwitharana takes position...
Dubai, UAE
PAKISTAN'S INZAMAN LINES UP THE BALL INFRONT OF SRILANKA'S ROMESH.
Pakistan batsman Inzamam lines up the ball as Sri Lankan wicket-keeper Romesh Kaluwitharana takes position during the Sharjah Cup triangular series opening match at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium April 8, 2001. A 90-run knock from opener Saeed Anwar helped Pakistan reach 255 for nine against Sri Lanka on Sunday in the opening one-day match of the Sharjah triangular series.

AM
SPORT CRICKET AUSTRALIA
RTR134HL
November 08, 1999
Australia's Ricky Ponting (L) is hugged by team-mate wicket-keeper Adam Gilchrist ( 2nd L) after he took...
Brisbane, Australia
TEAMMATES HUG AUSTRALIA'S PONTING AFTER TAKING CATCH DURING FIRST TEST AGAINST PAKISTAN IN BRISBANE.
Australia's Ricky Ponting (L) is hugged by team-mate wicket-keeper Adam Gilchrist ( 2nd L) after he took a catch off the bowling of Damien Fleming (R) to take the wicket of Pakistan's Inzaman Ul Haq for 12 runs during the fourth days play in the first test in Brisbane November 8. Australia were all out for 575 runs, with Pakistan three wickets for 108 runs in their second innings, still 100 runs behind Australia first innings total.

DG/TAN
SPORT CRICKET
RTR12JUI
September 16, 1999
Pakistan's Inzaman-ul-Haq (L) avoids being stumped by West Indies wicket keeper Ridley Jacobs during...
Toronto, Canada
PAKISTAN'S UL HAQ AVOIDS BEING CAUGHT OUT BY WEST INDIES WICKET KEEPER JACOBS.
Pakistan's Inzaman-ul-Haq (L) avoids being stumped by West Indies wicket keeper Ridley Jacobs during their first of three one day internationals in Toronto September 16. Ul-Haq reached the crease in time to avoid the stumping. Pakistan ended their innings 230 for six.

AC/BM
SPORT CRICKET WORLD FINAL
RTR11E6V
June 20, 1999
Pakistan batsman Inzaman-Ul-Haq plays a shot off Australia spin bowler Shane Warne watched by Adam Gilchrist...
London, UK
PAKISTANI BATSMAN INZAMAM SENDS THE BALL PAST THE AUSTRALIAN FIELDERS.
Pakistan batsman Inzaman-Ul-Haq plays a shot off Australia spin bowler Shane Warne watched by Adam Gilchrist (C) and Darren Lehmann (R) June 20. Australia, the 1987 winners, play Pakistan,champions in 1992, in the World Cup Final at Lords which is the culmination of the six week tournament.

IH/PS
SPORT CRICKET PAKISTAN
RTRZ47B
February 07, 1999
Indian wicket-keeper Nayan Mongia celebrates after Pakistani batsman Inzaman-ul-Haq was clean bowled...
New Delhi, India
PAKISTANI BATSMAN INZAMAN-UL-HAQ BOWLED DURING THE CRICKET TEST IN NEW DELHI.
Indian wicket-keeper Nayan Mongia celebrates after Pakistani batsman Inzaman-ul-Haq was clean bowled by Anil Kumble during the fourth day of the second test match between India and Pakistan in New Delhi February 7. Kumble took all 10 Pakistan wickets in their second innings to equal Britain's Jim Laker's world record for most wickets in an innings and bowled his team to a 212 run victory.

SM/CC/JDP
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