According to the Mirror, another video saw multiple people fighting with a steel barrier forced up into the air. West Yorkshire Police were called to calm the fans and ensure the trouble ceased. A spokesperson for the International Cricket Council ICC said at the time of the incident: "We are currently working with the venue security team and local police force to ensure there are no further incidents. No arrests or injuries have been reported. Pakistan won the dramatic encounter, which saw them leapfrog England into the fourth and final semi-final spot.
During the first Test at Perth, he was involved in an unpleasant controversy with Dennis Lillee , where the two players came into contact after Lillee blocked Miandad's way while he was taking a single.
Pakistan won the series by 2—0, with Miadad scoring at the average over 35, including 92 runs at the National Stadium.
Miandad was the third highest run-scorer, with runs — after Mudassar's and Zaheer's runs — at the average of Pakistan visited India in —84 under the captaincy of Zaheer, and played a leveled three-Test match series. In the second innings of the match, he established a partnership of runs for third wicket with Mudassar, a Pakistani record at that time.
This was the 1, match in the history of Test cricket.
He could not maintained his previous form against them, and only managed to score runs, averaged below During his innings of not out, he made a partnership of runs with Qasim Umar —who also made a double century in the innings—for third wicket, which was eighth highest overall and second highest for the third wicket at that time.
During the second Test, Two unpleasant incidents occurred: when an umpire started rubbing the new ball replaced with the older one on the ground, during Pakistan's second innings after sixteen overs to get the similar characteristics; Pakistan manager came to the umpire and showed him the Wisden's relevant Law; and Miandad's disagreement to the umpire's decision of lbw against him.
Later on someone from the crowd threw a stone upon Miandad, and he went upstairs into the crowd to take revenge from the spectator.
He made only four half-centuries during that period. His aggregate of 8, Test runs was a Pakistani record until Younis Khan broke it in Inzamam ul Haq also came close to breaking this record just falling short by 4 runs. Even though his test career spanned 17 years, he failed to make it into the top-most category of batsmen with test aggregates of over 10, runs.
Miandad's Test career batting average of He scored six double centuries which is the most by a Pakistani and 6th overall.
He has honour of became the first batsman in the history of test cricket to scoring centuries in both 1st and th test against New Zealand and India respectively. Pakistan went on to win that match by an innings and runs.
More, he scored 2 fours and 0 sixes and his strike rate was below in both of his, first and last ODI innings. He scored not out off 77 balls with a strike rate of Captaincy[ edit ] After Asif Iqbal 's retirement following a series loss in the tour of India, coupled with match fixing allegations for the very first time in Pakistan's history, a 22 year old Miandad was made the captain of Pakistan.
He was first appointed coach in September Many cited hiring of Richard Pybus technical coach and Sarfaraz Nawaz bowling coach as a possible reason.
Others suggested unrest with senior players. In , after Moin Khan took over captaincy from Saeed Anwar , Miandad was reappointed as the coach.
There were also reports of match fixing during the preceding Test series which Pakistan drew after losing the third game. He has two sons and a daughter.