Legendary cricketers Inzamam-ul-Haq and Mark Boucher were recently inducted as the Honorary Life Members of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC). In recognition of their outstanding services to the sport through tremendous careers, the two have been provided with this significant honor.
Former skipper of the Pakistan team and current head of the selection committee, Inzamam played a pivotal role in allowing Pakistan to clinch their first and to date only World Cup trophy in 1992.
Playing in a whopping 378 ODIs for his country, Inzamam scaled great heights of success scoring at an average of 39.5. He is also the country’s 3rd highest run-getter in the Test format, behind Javed Miandad and Younis Khan.
Meanwhile, Boucher is often regarded as the cleanest wicketkeeper behind the stumps, possessing an astonishing success ratio. He was the first