1971, Test Cricket Debut of Imran Khan against England at Edgbaston
On this day June 03, 1971, Current Prime Minister of Pakistan and former captain of the Pakistan cricket team, legend Imran Khan Test cricket debut against England at Edgbaston. He has start off his career with 5 runs and 28 wicketless overs. He was 65th Test cricketer in Pakistan.
Meanwile, In 1982, Khan took over the captaincy of the Pakistan cricket team from Javed Miandad. After that he as a captain, Khan played 48 Test matches, of which 14 were won by Pakistan, 8 lost and the remaining 26 were drawn.
He recorded the best Test bowling of his career while taking 8 wickets for 58 runs against Sri Lanka at Lahore in 1981–1982.
In August 1974, he debuted in the One Day International (ODI) match. It was against England at Trent Bridge for the Prudential Trophy.
His one of the most successful achievement was captaining the team to victory in the 1992 Cricket World Cup, the only time Pakistan has won the tournament.
In 1992, he played his last test against Sri Lanka at Faisalabad. He end up his test career with 362 wickets and 3807 runs in a 88 matchers.
Khan was one of the bowler, who never bowled a wide ball throughout his international career.