Mohammad Aslam Khokar, Pakistan's oldest surviving Test cricketer, died in a Lahore hospital after a prolonged illness, family sources said on Saturday.
Khokar, who played just one Test for Pakistan on their first-ever tour to England in 1954, turned 91 on January 5 this year.
He managed just 16 and 18 in his only Test appearance, in Nottingham.
But he was known as a solid batsman and excellent fielder during a long first-class career and then became a respected umpire at domestic and international level.
He officiated three Test matches - all against England - in 1973 and 1977.
Former team-mate Hanif Mohammad said that Khokar was a friend of all.
"It is sad that we lost Khokar. He was a jolly man and was friendly with everyone," said Mohammad, whose 337 against the West Indies in 1958 remains the highest score in Tests by any Pakistani batsman.