Since the #Meat20 challenge rolls out on social media, it seems like our sports stars also indirectly participate showing off their pictures from their early ages.
However, through a Twitter post, we have found a historic image of head coach Misbah-ul-Haq from Iqbal Stadium Faisalabad.
Misbah-ul-Haq was spotted in 1994’s Pakistan Vs South Africa match in Faisalabad.
He, accompanying the spectators in Iqbal Stadium, showed off his interest towards cricket as he enjoyed the thrilling ongoing match.
This is a historical picture of 1994 Iqbal Stadium Faisalabad, Pakistan Vs South Africa. Can you recognise the young man in the circle who later played for Pakistan ?? pic.twitter.com/Degu70jhcf
— Mirza Iqbal Baig (@mirzaiqbal80) April 20, 2020
Misbah is a Pakistani cricket coach and former cricketer, who has captained Pakistan in ODI and Test cricket.
He is the current head coach and chief selector of the Pakistan national cricket team.
A late bloomer, Misbah was a middle-order batsman best known for his composure with the bat whilst also having the ability to be an aggressive big shot player when required.
Misbah holds the world record of the fastest fifty in test cricket of all time and then fastest (now second fastest hundred) of all time.
He also holds the record for most career ODI runs without a century.
Misbah had not only gained success at international level but also at domestic level. His 2012–13 domestic season was memorable.
He captained Faisalabad Wolves in Twenty20 domestic tournament and SNGPL in First-class and List-A domestic tournament.
In 2008, the head coach played Indian Premier League Season 1 for Royal Challengers Bangalore.
While, he played in Sri Lanka Premier League for Kandurata Warriors in 2012.
And he also represented St Lucia Zouks in 2013 season in Caribbean Premier League. He also played for Abhani in Bangladesh.