Karachi: Inzamam-ul-Haq opens old files of big conspiracy against his captaincy. Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq revealed on his YouTube channel that some players had conspired to oust him in leadership in 2005.
He said that I was supported by the weakest team in the tour because some key players were letting go. Denied, he believed that failure in this series would remove me from captaincy and give him the opportunity to take charge.
Inzamam-ul-Haq cited the third tour of the same Bangalore Test, saying that coaching coach Bob Woolmer was not happy with the decision to declare the second innings too soon, but I proved him wrong.
It should be remembered that Pakistan scored 570 runs in the first innings through the double century of Younis Khan and the century of integration, the Indian team came out at 449, the green caps declared after 261 runs in the second inning.
The integration said that I sent a message to Woolmer that I wanted to declare the innings, he replied that the captain and deputy should decide together, I told Younis he was pleased, when I returned, the head coach said.
I think your decision could be wrong, but I thought that if we get Sehwag out early, then the host team will come under pressure. Can then run out, then this is our day, my decision to declare the innings soon proved right and we won that match, my 100th test. It was very memorable for me.