<div class="img-caption-wrap img-caption-wrap-left"> <img alt="Inzamam-ul-Haq slams Shane Warne for criticising Aleem Dar" src="https://st3.cricketcountry.com/wp-content/uploads/cricket/image_20121128205149.jpg" title="Inzamam-ul-Haq slams Shane Warne for criticising Aleem Dar" /> <p class="imgcaptionnew" style="width:290px;"> Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq feels cricketer-turned-commentator Shane Warne targeted Aleem Dar just to gain cheap publicity Getty Images</p> </div> <strong>Karachi: Nov 28, 2012 </strong><br /> <br /> Former Pakistan cricket captain <a href="/tags/Inzamam-ul-Haq/post" target="_blank">Inzamam-ul-Haq</a> has hit out at the ex-Australia spin king <a href="/tags/Shane-Warne/post" target="_blank">Shane Warne</a> for criticising Pakistani umpire <a href="/tags/Aleem-Dar/post" target="_blank">Aleem Dar</a> for his bad decision during the recently-concluded second Test match between India and England in Mumbai.<br /> <br /> "The way I look at it Warne has targeted Aleem Dar just to gain cheap publicity. That is all," Inzamam told Geo Super channel.<br /> <br /> "He (Warne) tried to pander to Indians," he added.<br /> <br /> The Former Australian cricketer turned commentator had lashed out Dar due to umpiring errors and poor decisions taken by him during the ongoing Test series between <a href="/tags/India/post" target="_blank">India </a>and <a href="/tags/England/post" target="_blank">England</a>.<br /> <br /> "Players get dropped if they have poor form, Aleem Dar has had 2 shockers in India & always has been a bad decision maker! Poor umpire...," tweeted Warne, who is in India nowadays for commentary in the India-England series.<br /> <br /> Inzamam called on the International Cricket Council (<a href="/tags/ICC/post" target="_blank">ICC</a>) to take action against the legendary spinner.<br /> <br /> "I have never seen a better umpire than Aleem Dar in my entire cricket career," Inzamam insisted.<br /> <br /> He was also not happy with the Indian captain, <a href="/tags/MS-Dhoni/post" target="_blank">MS Dhoni'</a>s remarks about the umpiring in the second Test at Mumbai, which was convincingly won by England by 10 wickets.<br /> <br /> "I think it would be best for Dhoni to try to convince his board to use the Umpires Decision Review System (DRS) instead of criticising the umpires," said the ex-skipper.<br /> <br /> Inzamam also urged the ICC to ensure the uniform implementation of the <a href="/tags/DRS/post" target="_blank">DRS </a>in all forms of international cricket.<br /> <br /> "It is time the ICC get its member nations on the same wavelength as far as the DRS is concerned as it had proven beneficial for the game and teams."<br /> <br /> Inzamam, who played 120 Tests, noted that any new rules and regulations from which cricket benefitted needed to be implemented by all boards without any discrepancies.<br /> <br /> Inzamam, meanwhile, said that he did not think that one could become a good coach by acquiring a few degrees.<br /> <br /> "No matter what degree you obtain you can't pass on the same sort of advice that someone of the calibre of <a href="/tags/Javed-Miandad/post" target="_blank">Javed Miandad</a> or <a href="/tags/Wasim-Akram/post" target="_blank">Wasim Akram </a>can.<br /> <br /> "I have played so much international and domestic cricket, I don't need any coaching degrees to teach a youngster what to do.<br /> <br /> Inzamam said in cricket the most important thing was to mentally prepare a player to deal with pressure.<br /> <br /> "I don't think anyone can do this better than players who have played over 100 Tests for their countries," said Inzamam.<br /> <br /> Confirming that he has been invited to the national coaching camp for seven days for Pakistan's tour to India, Inzamam said, "There is not much I can do in seven days. I can't change technique of the batsmen but I will try to prepare them mentally for what they should expect in India."<br /> <br /> Inzamam also said that it was very important for Pakistan to have a batting coach for their tour of South Africa.<br /> <br /> "It wouldn't matter that much in India if we don't have a batting coach but for South Africa it is very important," stressed Inzamam.