Prime Minister Imran Khan shared his achievements as a cricketer on social media
Imran Khan, captain of the 1992 World Cup-winning Pakistani team and current Prime Minister of Pakistan, shares his achievements as a cricketer on social media.
Imran Khan shared a photo on social networking site Facebook in which he is standing with the legendary cricketers.
Imran Khan wrote with the photo that he took 40 wickets at an average of 13.95 in 6 Test matches in the home series against traditional rival India in 1982.
The former captain of the national cricket team wrote that I suffered a stress fracture due to which I stayed away from cricket for 2 years.
“I was named Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1983 and Sussex Cricket Society Player of the Year in 1985,” he wrote.
The former captain of the national cricket team wrote that he retired from cricket in 1987 and returned to the team in 1988.