He could be the most prosperous captain directing his team of Pakistan. After he retired by the conclusion of the 1987 World Cup, he came straight back by the President of Pakistan’s petition and also by demand. He retired in 1992 and became chancellor at the University of Bradford, a philanthropist, cricket commentator author and became the chairman of this Board of Governors of Shaukat Khanum Hospital.
Imran Khan Niazi, is just a former Pakistani global cricketer, philanthropist and also a politician who is the pioneer of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf. Khan was born in Lahore, where he analysed at Aitchison College and chased his graduation from Keble College at the University of Oxford. He played cricket and has been selected for the Pakistan national team at age 18.
Imran Khan Career Achievements:
• He made his test debut from the 1971 English series in Birmingham but neglected to make a mark owing to his high-performance operation.
• Back in 1974, he debuted at 1 Day International (ODI) at the Prudential Trophy and had been picked from the national group later returning to Pakistan.
• His fabulous performance against New Zealand and Australia during 1976 77 added into his rapid success, which made him a prominent fast bowler in Pakistan through the 1980s.
• He was chosen as the captain of Pakistan cricket team in 1982. He conducted like allrounder and a fast bowler, leading his team for the first Test victory against England after 28 decades.
• Under his captaincy, Pakistan won 14 out of 4-8 test matches played with, losing out on 8 and 26 causing a draw. In the ODI variant, he played with 139 games.
• A stress fracture in his shin maintained him from cricket for two decades. He returned and gave Pakistan its first ever Test series win against India in 1987, accompanied closely by series triumph in England.
• He murdered in 1987, however, returned in 1988, upon Pakistan President General Zia Ul Haq’s petition. He also even won a Test series against West Indies and was declared’Man’ for his haul in 3 tests.
• Back in 1991, he established Shaukat Khanum Memorial Trust, a charity organisation associated with research and development of cancer and other related diseases, called after his mother.
• He retired from cricket in 1992, together with 3807 conducts and also 362 wickets in evaluations and 3709 conducts and 182 wickets in ODI.
• He contested October 2002 elections and was elected as a Part Parliament out of Mianwali.
• At 2008, ” he founded Namal College, a member faculty at the University of Bradford and created the’Imrankhan Foundation.’
• Through the 2013 election effort, he started’Naya Pakistan Resolution’, after that his party introduced a hazard to the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N).
• He refused an offer to cooperate with all the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP).
• He injured his head and back upon glancing out of a stage during a campaign rally, four days before to elections and continued to vote allure from the hospital but his party lost to the PML-N. He took oath on August 18, 2018, while Pakistan’s Prime Minister.
• His views on cricket have been published in different British and Asian newspapers and Indian publications, such as Outlook, Guardian, Independent, and Telegraph.
• He’s involved in a comment on cricket games for various sports networks, like Star TV, BBC Urdu, and TEN Sports.
• He received’The Cricket Society Wetherall Award’ if you are the major all-rounder in English top-notch cricket, in 1976 and 1980.
• He had been honoured with the’Sussex Cricket Society Player of the Season’ award in 1985.
• He had been granted the 2nd highest civilian award, HilaleImtiaz, by the Federal Government of Pakistan.
• In 2004he also received the Life Time Achievement Award at the Jewels Awards, London, towards his service for various charity programs.
• He had been awarded the Humanitarian Award at the 2007 Asian Sports Awards, also at Kuala Lumpur, for establishing the very first cancer clinic in Pakistan.
• He also even received the outstanding silver jubilee award-winning, alongside other cricket legends, even at the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) awards, at Karachi, in ’09.
• In’09, he had been inducted in the International Cricket Council (ICC) HallOfFame, as a portion of its centennial year bash.
• The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh given him an honorary Assistant, towards his attempts for cancer therapy at Pakistan, at 2012.
• He had been announced’Man of the Year 2012′ from Asia Society and recorded at No three at the’leading eight planet leaders’ from GlobalPost.