Source: , 4 February 2006
Qasim Ali Umar (Urdu: قاسم عمر; born February 9, 1957, Nairobi, Kenya) is a former Pakistani cricketer who played in 26 Tests and 31 ODIs from 1983 to 1987. Umar played his cricket both as an opening batsman as well as with the ability to bat anywhere in the middle order. He matriculated from the prestigious private boys school, St Paul's English High School, on a Cricket scholarship in 1974.
In 1985–86 he became the first player to make claims on the impact of recreational and performance-enhancing drugs in cricket.
One-Day International Cricket
Man of the Match awards
|S No||Opponent||Venue||Date||Match Performance||Result|
|1||West Indies||Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne||12 January 1984||69 (78 balls, 4x4)||Pakistan won by 97 runs.|
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