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Inzamam-ul-Haq is considered as one of the Pakistan’s greatest ODI and Test batsman. He led Pakistan to so many matches and he well-known for his ability to finish the match on his own.
For instance the way he led Pakistan to 1992 World Cup Semi Final victory against New Zealand was awesome. There was one incident when Inzamam-ul-Haq fight was seen LIVE by many in the stadium.
Inzamam-ul-Haq is also known for his rather lethargic appearance and he is among the overweight cricketers. There were plenty of ‘names’ given to him just to tease him off. Potato, fatty, fatso, lazy were some of the slangs through which Inzamam-ul-Haq was called sometimes. But there is limit to everything.
The match was being played in Toronto in 1997 between two arch-rivals, Pakistan and India, when Inzamam-ul-Haq fight with a spectator was witnessed. Former skipper of Pakistan already did not have a great day with the bat as he scored 10 runs after much struggle.
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While fielding, he was being called with some appropriate names from the crowd and that boiled Inzamam-ul-Haq’s blood.
The ugly incident took place when a Canada-based Indian, Shiv Kumar Thind, continued to bash Inzamam-ul-Haq with the help of megaphone. He spoke some words that were insulting and derogatory. Inzamam who was fielding at the slip cordon, went all the way to the third man region to field. When the limit was crossed, something bad happened with the spectator.
Inzamam-ul-Haq fight was initiated when the big man had enough and went into the stands after climbing the wall, he leapt into the stands with the bat that was brought by third man fielder, grabbed Shiv Kumar Thind from his tee and brought him forward and beat him. Inzamam was about to hit the bat to the man but security officers and the crowd intervened and ceased the legendary cricketer to commit any such act. The match was stopped for 40 minutes too before India won the match comfortably.