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Pakistan Cricket Board praises umpire Aleem Dar on finishing 200 ODIs

LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Tuesday complimented Aleem Dar on coming to the 200-ODI achievement when he took the field in Dublin for the match among Bangladesh and the Windies. Aleem, an ICC tip top specialist and champ of the David Shepherd Trophy for ICC Umpire of the Year from 2009-2011, has turned into the third umpire after Rudi Koertzen (209) and Billy Bowden (200) to accomplish the uncommon refinement.

Pakistan Cricket Board praises umpire Aleem Dar on finishing 200 ODIs
umpire Aleem Dar on finishing 200 ODIs
Aleem, who was presented with the President's Award for Pride of Performance in 2010, has been named as one of the umpires for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, which implies he can possibly turn into the most ODI topped umpire amid cricket's zenith 50-over occasion.

PCB Managing Director, Wasim Khan, stated: "for the PCB and all cricket fans, I need to praise Aleem on the eminent accomplishment of administering in 200 ODIs. This accomplishment is demonstration of Aleem's expertise, judgment and responsibility to brilliance.

"Aleem made a quick and convenient progress from a top of the line cricketer in 1997 to a global umpire in 2000. Today, he stands tall as a standout amongst the most regarded and appreciated umpires on the planet.

Pakistan Cricket Board praises umpire Aleem Dar on finishing 200 ODIs
Aleem made a quick and convenient progress 
"Aleem is a solid good example for adolescents and resigned cricketers who are taking a gander at professions inside the amusement. Umpiring is a tremendously trustworthy calling and gives fantastic chances to people to serve the amusement and win a phenomenal living. 

"As a country, we are colossally glad for Aleem's accomplishments and we anticipate him proceeding to sparkle on the world stage." In the conventional arrangement of the diversion, Aleem has umpired in 125 Tests and is three shy of Steve Bucknor's record of 128 Tests. He is perched over the tree in T20Is with 43 matches. 

Aleem Dar, thinking about his accomplishment, stated: "I feel respected to have achieved 200 ODIs. Not just the quantity of matches, it has been a benefit to be in the first class organization of the absolute best match authorities, to watch the best players of this century around the world and be engaged with probably the most entrancing cricket matches. 

"I recall my first ODI, which was adventitiously in the place where I grew up of Gujranwala between Sri Lanka and Pakistan in 2000. My 200th is in Dublin, and it has been a 19-year venture, at some point an intense one without my family who made a major penance for my aspirations and love for the amusement. 

"As an umpire, you settle on great and awful choices, and this is all piece of the amusement. What an umpire shouldn't do is to confound the playing conditions as that is something everybody recollects for quite a while

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