PUNE (India) Once it was not certain that tall and lanky wicketkeeper from Lahore Zulqarnain Haider would ever build on his Pakistan debut, which came in the midst of a heavy loss in a Twenty20 against South Africa at The Wanderers in February 2007. Haider had scored only 5 runs as Pakistan succumbed to a heavy defeat. On Friday, the 25-year-old Haider was in headlines. Obviously we were tense in the situation when Wahab Riaz was run out, he said from Dubai. Luckily, Haider survived run-out amid utter chaos a ball chipped over midwicket, the second run, Parnell took the widish throw and tried to flick it onto the stumps at the non-strikers end but missed, scores level. Haider saw his team through in the next delivery. Yes, this was my first winning stroke in the international cricket and I dedicate it to the flood victims in Pakistan, Haider added. Apparently, Zulqarnain Haider is the most generous player of the current lot in his country. Having established his own foundation, he, along with his friends, went to serve food and medicines to the flood-victims when he was sent back from last England tour. Haider was born in a family of modest means in Lahore. Haiders mother passed away in 1998 when he was just 12. Haider since then, has donated money to Imran Khans hospital. My mother (may she rest in peace) passed away 12 years ago after suffering from cancer. When she sadly passed away I made a vow to myself that when I made my Test debut I would donate half of my match fee to the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital. My family and I felt so helpless at that time and vowed that we would do our best to ensure that others do not suffer in the same way in Pakistan in future, he added.