Imam-ul-Haq, the opening batsman for Pakistan, recently perform the Umrah. Imam posted pictures of himself on Twitter while he was creating the “Kiswah-tul-Kaaba.” The fabric used to cover the Kaaba is known as kiswah.
The person who stitches with their left hand was given the opportunity to sew on the sacred fabric, and they released a video of them doing it.
“Honoured and blessed enough to be granted this opportunity,” the left-handed batter wrote.
Mohammad Hafeez and Saeed Ajmal, two former cricketers from Pakistan, undertook the Umrah journey earlier with their families.
Imam made his Pakistan debut in 2017, taking on Sri Lanka in the first of a five-match One-Day International series played in Abu Dhabi. In the third one-day international of the series, the 28-year-old was handed a chance, and he made the most of it by hitting an unbelievable century. He earned the title of player of the game for his efforts.
Imam excelled in the 50-over format, and as a result, the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) batting rankings for one-day internationals (ODIs) presently place him second.
Additionally, In his 10 innings of play, he has scored 488 runs for his nation, including two centuries and a half-century. Imam was not selected for a Twenty20 match, which is the smallest version of the game, even though he had only participated in two Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is).
Imam played in 72 games for Pakistan’s national team, scoring 3,522 runs in that time.