Full name: Imran Khan Niazi
Birth Date: 5 October 1952
Batting Style: Right handed bat
Bowling style: Right-arm fast
National side: Pakistan (Imran Khan Pakistani Cricketer)
Test debut: 3 June 1971 v England
ODI debut: 31 August 1974 v England
Imran Khan the Member of Parliament who born in 5th October, 1952 is one of a former Pakistani cricket player as well as Pakistani politician and generous contributor. Imran Khan played international cricket for near about two decades in the late twentieth century before entering Pakistani politics.
Imran Khan Pakistani Cricketer was born in a renowned Pashtun family at Lahore. He took academic education at Aitchison then Worcester and after that he admit himself at the famous Keble College, Oxford. when he was only 13, Imran Khan started to play cricket. At first Imran Khan had been playing for his college then he entered in the Worcestershire Cricket Club for his magnificent performance. There he made his debut for Pakistan national cricket team at the age of only 18 in the year of 1971 for English series at the greatest Birmingham. Imran Khan joined Pakistani national cricket team in the year of 1976 after completion of his graduation from Oxford. There he continued until 1992. Imran Khan also play the role of captain for the Pakistani national cricket team irregularly. In between in the year of 1982 to 1992 Imran Khan is especially led Pakistani national cricket team to get at the Cricket World Cup, 1992 . It was Pakistan’s first and only one achievement in the year of 1992 to get the one day international cricket world cup.
Imran Khan retired from all types of cricket in the year of 1992. He was one of Pakistani most successful players in the history. He scored total 3,807 runs and took 362 wickets in the international Test cricket. It is one of eight world class cricket players to have achieved an ‘All-rounder’s Triple’ in Test cricket matches.