KARACHI: Imam-ul-Haq, a rising star and nephew of Pakistan’s veteran batsman Inzimam-Ul-Haq, is disappointed for not being part of Pakistan’s A team which will be in action in next month against Australia and against UAE for a five-match series.
“I’m right now knocking the door of national team, but it was disappointing moment for me when I could not see my name in A squad for UAE,” he spoke to Samaa correspondent.
Haq went on saying that “it was not first time with me, I was top scorer of U19 cricket world cup but not been selected for 35 members emerging cricketers camp that was held in National Cricket Academy Lahore.”
“When I perform well, everyone praises me for I am nephew of great cricketer, and whenever I do not, everyone says it’s impossible that a great cricketer has a talented cricketer in his family,” he observed.
Imam was also offered contract by Scotland’s cricket club, but he refused.
“My country is first for me, I was thinking selectors will pick me for the emerging camp, but it did not happen, any ways, I will continue to play on domestic and international level. I am sure one day my dream of wearing a Green Shirt will come true.”