Aleem Sarwar Dar will stand for the last time in the final of ICC cricket world 2019. The 19-year career of precision and accuracy has come to an end.

Aleem Dar was born on 6th June 1968 in Jhung, Pakistan. He played first-class cricket for Pakistan Railways and Allied Bank as a leg-break bowler and a batsman. He did his umpiring debut on 16th February 2000 in a match between Pakistan and Sri Lanka in Gujranwala. In the year 2002, he became a member of ICC Cricket International Panel of Umpire. In the year 2005 and 2006, he was nominated for the best ICC best Umpire of the year but was beaten by Simon Taufel on both the occasion. In the year 2009 and 2010, he won the title of best umpire of the year. 

He gained his reputation to the glory in the cricket world cup of 2011, when his 15 decisions withstand the DRS by the opposition. He is the 3rd overall and 1st Pakistani umpire to stand in 200 ODIs. On 14th August 2010, the Government of Islamic Republic of Pakistan honored him with the Pride of Performance award. 

It is sad to say but one of the credible umpires of cricket history after Australian Simon Taufel is about to retire. He will be seen last in tomorrows final between England and New Zealand at Lords. 

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