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Another Pakistani hero playing his last World Cup  

LAHORE: World famous Pakistani Umpire Aleem Dar is all set to play his last World Cup as he is eyeing to quit umpiring in International cricket.

Aleem Dar who has won three consecutive International Cricket Council (ICC) umpire of the year award in 2009, 2010, 2011 is eyeing to quit umpiring after completing 200 caps as umpire in One Day  Internationals (ODI).


This is his fourth World Cup in which ICC picked him for the Umpiring.

He has also been awarded Pride Of Performance in 2010.

Dar so far appeared in 163 ODIs, 90 Test and 34 Twenty 20 (T20).

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