Aleem dar match fixing

Aleem Dar

Pakistan

Full name Aleem Sarwar Dar

Born June 6, 1968, Jhang, Punjab

Current age 51 years 340 days

Major teams Allied Bank, Gujranwala Cricket Association, Lahore, Pakistan Railways

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Legbreak

Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 Ct St
First-class 17 24 1 270 39 11.73 0 0 5 0
List A 18 12 3 179 37 19.88 0 0 17 0
Mat Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
First-class 17 740 378 11 3/19 34.36 3.06 67.2 0 0
List A 18 634 475 15 3/27 3/27 31.66 4.49 42.2 0 0 0
First-class span 1986/87 — 1997/98
List A span 1986/87 — 1997/98
Test debut Bangladesh v England at Dhaka, Oct 21-25, 2003 scorecard
Last Test New Zealand v India at Wellington, Feb 21-24, 2020 scorecard
Test matches 132
Test statistics
ODI debut Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Gujranwala, Feb 16, 2000 scorecard
Last ODI South Africa v England at Durban, Feb 7, 2020 scorecard
ODI matches 208
ODI statistics
T20I debut Australia v Pakistan at Dubai (DSC), May 7, 2009 scorecard
Last T20I Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Lahore, Oct 9, 2019 scorecard
T20I matches 46
T20I statistics

As a middle-order batsman and legspinner, Aleem Dar’s playing career spanned a decade without ever really taking off, but that is in stark contrast to his umpiring. In 2000 he stood in his first ODI aged 32 and within two years he had been appointed to the ICC panel. In 2003 he officiated in the World Cup, emerging with his reputation enhanced, and his Test debut followed in October of that year, immediately winning plaudits for making sounds decisions in tough matches in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. It was not to anyone’s surprise when, six months laterm he was promoted to the ICC’s elite panel. Since then he has earned a reputation as one of the best, and with Simon Taufel he represents the pick of the younger officials. In April 2007 he stood in the World Cup final, but the farcical finale of that match — and his role in misinterpreting the rules regarding bad light — led to his suspension for the Twenty20 World Championships in September.

Unlike most of his colleagues, Dar continued to play the game, albeit not at the highest level, while standing in international matches, and he reportedly scored 82 the day after umpiring a Test in Mumbai in 2004. He is less demonstrative than some of his colleagues as well. He signals fours with an economical wave, and gives a nod before giving a batsman out. That aside, he remains unobtrusive, which is no bad thing for an umpire.
Martin Williamson April 2007

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