Recalling an instance from his playing days, former Pakistan skipper Inzamam-ul-Haq said how he got treated harshly by a senior player after he was dismissed early. He also revealed how he cried after being yelled at for half an hour and was depressed throughout the night. Also Read - Covid-19: CSK Star Suresh Raina Urges For Oxygen, Bollywood Actor Sonu Sood Responds With Help

“I once got out early. I had mentioned this before; a senior player was really harsh with me on that day. I don’t think I have ever faced that level of harshness as on that day. I cried for half an hour. I was taking a shower and kept crying and I was depressed the entire night after that,” Inzamam revealed according to Cricket Pakistan. Also Read - Rohit Sharma, Mumbai Indians Skipper, Hails BCCI's Decision to Suspend IPL 2021 Amid Covid-19 Surge | WATCH VIDEO

The 1992 World Cup-winner also recalled how he found himself beside Imran Khan in the flight and realised that things had gone from bad to worse. Also Read - Jos Buttler, Rajasthan Royals Star, Thanks India in Most Special Manner After IPL 2021 Gets Suspended Amid Covid-19 Surge | POST

“Next day, while boarding our plane, I was trying to find my seat. I found out that Imran Khan had the seat next to mine. I thought that when the time is bad it is completely bad. I had to listen to so much yesterday and today is going to be no different. I sat in my seat,” he added.

Arguably one of the best Pakistan batsmen of his generation, Inzamam was instrumental in Pakistan’s 1992 WC triumph. He scored a brilliant 60 off 37 balls against New Zealand in the semi-final and followed it up with a crucial 42 against England in the summit clash.