Zulqarnain Haider

Zulqarnain Haider

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Zulqarnain Haider (, born 23 April 1986 in Karachi) is a former Pakistan under 19 wicketkeeper and second-choice wicket-keeper for the Pakistan national cricket team. He is generally regarded as being the reserve keeper to Kamran Akmal and has represented Pakistan in just one Test cricket match aside from playing 4 One day cricket games. The right-hander represents both Lahore Blues and Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited in Pakistani domestic cricket.

Early and personal life

Haider was born in a family of modest means in the Pakistani city of Lahore. From his birth, he focused on cricket and being a wicket-keeper. Haider's mom died in 1998 when he was just 12. Haider since then has donated money to Imran Khan's hospital.

By the time he made his Test debut in 2010, his father Syed Raza Haider, all of a sudden fell ill to hepatitis C. Haider's father could not find out about the news of his son's performance on debut. However Pakistani captain, Salman Butt told the media that his condition was improving and that it was a big accomplishment for Haider to bat and handle the pressure while he knew his father was in hospital. He donated his match-fees earned for that match to Imran Khan's Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital & Research Centre

International debut

He made his debut in Twenty20 International in place of the injured Kamran Akmal he scored 5 runs and took two vital catches as Wicket-Keeper. However because Akmal was performing...
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