The veteran umpire thanked the ICC and the PCB for all their support
The member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) elite panel of umpires Aleem Dar has completed 400 international matches after officiating the third Twenty20 International (T20I) encounter between Afghanistan and Zimbabwe on Saturday.
Aleem Dar also crossed umpire Ahsan Raza’s record of officiating the most number of T20I matches. The 52-year-old has officiated in 136 Tests, 211 One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and 53 T20Is during his illustrious career.
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The veteran umpire thanked the ICC and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for all their support in a video statement.
“I would like to dedicate this achievement to my parents and family members. I would like to thank the ICC, the PCB and my club P and T Gym Khana along with my mentor Azhar Zaidi. I would also like to thank the club officials for all their help and support,” Dar said.