ICC Hall of Fame

Javed Miandad
Inducted: 2009 | Career: 1975 - 1996



With 8,832 Test runs and 7,381 ODI runs, Javed Miandad is considered by many to be Pakistan's greatest ever batsman. He played in six ICC Cricket World Cups, a record he shares with Sachin Tendulkar.

Player Bio

Born on June 12, 1957, Javed Miandad is one of the best batsmen to emerge from Pakistan. Making his Test debut at just 19 years of age, Miandad had gone on to become the leading run-scorer for Pakistan in Test cricket, a record he held until 2015, by the time played his last Test match against Zimbabwe in 1993. In 124 matches, he scored 8,832 runs at an average of 52.57, with a highest score of an unbeaten 280. In 233 ODIs, he accumulated 7,381 runs at an average of 41.70.

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12 Jun 1957
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Date of debut:
11 Jun 1975