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Full Name Imran Ahmed Khan Niazi Sahibzada Muhammad
Khan Shahid Afridi
Wasim Akram Shoaib Akhtar
Nick Name,sKaptaan Boom Boom, LalaSultan of swing Tiger,Rawalpindi
Born25 November 1952
Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
1March 1975
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa,
3 June 1966
Lahore, Punjab,
13 August 1975
StatusPrime Minister of Pakistan,
Pakistani cricketer
Pakistani cricketerPakistani cricketerPakistani cricketer
ParentsIkramullah Khan Niazi (father) Shaukat Khanum (mother) Sahebzada Fazal ur-Rahman Afridi (Father)Chaudhry Muhammad AkramChaudhry Akhtar
Political Party Pakistan Tehreek-e-InsafPakistan Tehreek-e-InsafPakistan Tehreek-e-InsafPakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf
Spouse Jemima Goldsmith ​
(m. 1995; div. 2004)
Reham khan ​
(m. 2015; div. 2015)
Busrha Bibi​
(m. 2018)
Nadia Huma Mufti in 1995
Shaniera on 12 August 2013
Rubab khan
11 november 2014
Domestic Emma Sergeant (1982-1986)Karachi 1995/96Pakistan AutoMobile
corporation (1984-1986)
English Cricket club
PartnerSita White (1987-1991)Nadia AfridiShaniera Rubab Khan
Children ThreeFive ThreeOne
Residence Prime Minister Enclave
Banu Gala Mansion (personal)
Pride of PerformanceNANA
Education University of Oxford (BA)NA Islamia College, LahoreAsgar Mall College
Proffestion Politician, Cricket playerCricket playerCricket playerCricket player
Net Worth1.4 billion (US$8.4 million) 4.3 billion US$30 million$25 Millions$23 million or ₹163 crore
Award Hilal-e-Imtiaz (1992)Sitra-e-Imtiaz Hilal-e-ImtiazHilal-e-Imtiaz
Height 1.88m (6ft 2inch)6 feet1.92, (6 feet 4 inch)1.83m(6 feet)
BowlingRight-arm fast Right-arm leg spinLeft-arm fast Right-arm exprees fast
Batting Right handed batsman Right handedLeft handedRight handed
Role All-rounderAll-rounderAll-rounderBowler
National side Pakistan Pakistan Pakistan Pakistan

Imran Khan

Imran Ahmed Khan Niazi born 25 November 1952 is the 22nd and current Prime Minister of Pakistan and the chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). Before entering politics, Khan was an international cricketer and captain of the Pakistan national cricket team, which he led to victory in the 1992 Cricket World Cup. Khan was born to a Pashtun family in Lahore in 1952, and graduated from Keble College, Oxford in 1975. He began his international cricket career at age 18, in a 1971 Test series against England. Khan played until 1992, served as the team’s captain intermittently between 1982 and 1992, and won the Cricket World Cup, in what is Pakistan’s first and only victory in the competition. Considered one of Pakistan’s greatest ever all-rounders, Khan registered 3,807 runs and took 362 wickets in Test cricket and was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame. Khan founded the Pakistan Tehreek-ey-Insaf (PTI) in 1996, and serves as the party’s national leader. By winning a seat in the National Assembly in 2002, he served as an opposition member from Mianwali until 2007. PTI boycotted the 2008 general election, and became the second-largest party by popular vote in the subsequent election. In regional politics, PTI led a coalition government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa from 2013, with Khan delegating this leadership to Mahmood Khan after being elected as Prime Minister in 2018.

Role in Pakistan World Cup In 1992

Imran Khan his first-class cricket debut at the age of 16 in Lahore. By the start of the 1970, he was playing for his home teams of Lahore A (1969–70), Lahore B (1969–70), Lahore Greens (1970–71) and, eventually, Lahore (1970–71).
He was part of the University of Oxford’s Blues Cricket team during the 1973–1975 seasons. He was captain of the Pakistan National Cricket Team on three occasions, 1982 – 1983, 1985 – 1987 and 1989 – 1992. In 1992. Pakistan team has won this competition. For this achievement, He received the Hilal-e-Imtiaz, the second highest civilian award and honour bestowed by the Government of Pakistan. In 1983, he received the president’s of Performance award. In 2012, Khan had net worth of ₨22.9 million (US$140,000) which decreased to ₨14 million (US$84,000) in the election year 2013 and then gradually increased to ₨33.3 million (US$200,000) in 2014. In 2015 Khan’s assets were valued ₨1.33 billion (US$8.0 million). As of 2017, his net worth is ₨1.4 billion (US$8.4 million).

Competition Test ODI FC LA
Runs Scored3,8073,80917,77110,100
Batting Average37.6933.4136.7933.22
Top Score 136102*170114*
Balls bowled 19,4587,46165,22419,122
Wickets 362 1821287507
Bowling Average22.8126.6122.3222.31
5 Wickets in innings231706
10 Wickets in matches60130
Best bowling 8/586/148/346/14
Catches 28/-36/-117/-84/-
Career statistics
Imran khan the Prime Minister of Pakistan

Shahid Afridi

Sahibzada Mohammad Shahid Khan Afridi born 1 March 1975, chiefly known as Shahid Afridi, also referred to in the media as Boom Boom, is a Pakistani international cricketer and the former captain of the Pakistan national cricket team. He was respect for his consistent bowling that relied on change of pace rather than spin, but he drew greater attention for his aggressive batting style. He was the world record holder for the fastest ODI century in 37 deliveries and holds the distinction of having hit the most sixes in the history of ODI cricket. Afridi considers himself a better bowler than batsman and has taken over 350 wickets in ODI and 48 Test wickets. He married his maternal cousin Nadia Afridi and has five daughters. Afridi was drafted to the Pakistan senior national team after fine performances at the under-19 championship circuit starting the 1994-1995 season. Playing for the Karachi Whites, he helped his team win the title the following season picking 42 wickets in five matches at an impressive average of 9.59.

Afridi in the field during a 50-over warm-up match against Somerset at the County Ground, Taunton, during Pakistan’s 2010 tour of England

Afridi began his career as primarily a bowler, but after scoring the fastest century in his maiden ODI innings more was expected of him with the bat. On 23 March 2010, Afridi was awarded the Pride of Performance by President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari. In July 2010, Afridi announced his retirement from Test cricket. After the 2015 ICC World Cup, he retired from ODI cricket as well. In February 2017, he announced his retirement from T20Is and international cricket. On 22 August 2017, in his 256th Twenty20 match,Afridi hit his first century in the format, scoring 101 for Hampshire in the 2017 NatWest t20 Blast against Derbyshire. On 23 March 2018, he was awarded the Sitara-i-Imtiaz by President of Pakistan Mamnoon Hussain. In March 2014, Shahid Afridi established the Shahid Afridi Foundation which aims to provide healthcare and education facilities in Pakistan. He was named among the world’s most charitable athletes by Do Something in August 2015. Unicef and many Pakistani authorities have taken Shahid Afridi on board for the anti-polio campaign in the tribal belt of lawless Waziristan region.

Competition Test ODIT201FC
Runs scored 1,7168,0641,4165,695
Batting Average 36.5123.5717.9231.657
Top score15612426.6854*164
Balls bowled3,19417,6702,16813,657
Bowling Average 35.6034.5124.4426.68
5 wickets in innings1908
10 wickets in matche0000
Best Bowling 5/527/124/116/101
Catches/stumpings 10/-127/-30/-78/-
Career statistics
Afridi with his teammates during the 2009 World Twenty in June 2009

Wasim Akram

Wasim Akram born 3 June 1966 is a Pakistani cricket commentator coach and former cricketer captain of Pakistan national cricket team. He is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest bowlers of all time. He is also known as “Sultan of Swing” A left-arm fast bowler who could bowl with significant pace, he represented the Pakistan cricket team in Test cricket and One Day International (ODI) matches. In October 2013, Wasim Akram was the only Pakistani cricketer to be named in an all-time Test World XI to mark the 150th anniversary of Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack. Wasim, regarded as one of the greatest fast bowlers in the history of game, and perhaps the finest of all left-arm fast bowlers, holds the world record for most wickets in List A cricket, with 881, and he is second only to Sri Lankan off-spin bowler Muttiah Muralitharan in terms of ODI wickets, with 502 in total. He is considered to be one of the founders, and perhaps the finest exponent of, reverse swing bowling. He was the first bowler to reach the 500-wicket mark in ODI cricket during the 2003 World Cup.

Wasim Akram

In 2002, Wisden released its only list of best players of all time. Wasim was ranked as the best bowler in ODI of all time, with a rating of 1223.5, ahead of Allan Donald, Imran Khan, Waqar Younis, Joel Garner, Glenn McGrath and Muralitharan. Wasim took 23 four-wicket hauls in 356 ODI matches played. On 30 September 2009, Akram was one of five new members inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame. He was the bowling coach of Kolkata Knight Riders. However, he took a break from the position for IPL 6, citing a need to spend more time with family in Karachi, and he took a further break from IPL 2017. He was working as director and bowling coach of Islamabad United in Pakistan Super League, until he left to join Multan Sultans in August 2017. In October 2018, he was named in the Pakistan Cricket Board’s seven-member advisory cricket committee. In November 2018, he joined PSL franchise, Karachi Kings, as a President.

The Government of Pakistan awarded him the Hilal-e-Imtiaz on 23 March 2019 on his life time achievements In field of Cricket.

Competition Test ODIFCLA
Runs scored2,8983,7177,1616,993
Batting Average 22.6416.5222.7318.90
Top score2578625789
Balls bowled 22,62718,18650,27829,719
Wickets 4145021,042881
Bowling Average 23.6223.5221.6421.91
5 wickets in innings 2567012
10 wickets in matches 50160
Best Bowling 7/1195/158/305/11
Catches 44/-88/-97/-147/-
Career statistics

Shoaib Akhtar

Shoaib Akhtar born 13 August 1975 is a Pakistani cricket commentator, and former cricketer who played all formats of the game over a fourteen year career. He is recognized as the fastest bowler in the history of cricket, delivering a world record top speed of 161.3 km/h (100.23 mph) in a pool match against England during the 2003 Cricket World Cup. Akhtar was nicknamed “Rawalpindi Express” and “Tiger” as a tribute to his hometown and fast bowling. He is also the first bowler to break the 100 mph barrier, doing so twice in his career.

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND – DECEMBER 21: Shoaib Akhtar fields the ball during a Pakistan training session at Colin Maiden Park on December 21, 2010 in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by Sandra Mu/Getty Images)

Akhtar made his Test debut in November 1997 as an opening fast bowler and played his first One Day International three months later. Akhtar has been involved in several controversies during his career, often accused of unsportsmanlike conduct, despite his commendations for significantly impacting games in Pakistan’s favour. Akhtar was sent home during a Test match series in Australia in 2005 for alleged poor attitude. A year later, he was embroiled in a drug scandal after testing positive for the performance-enhancing substance nandrolone. However, the ban imposed on him was lifted on appeal. To add to his controversies, in 2004-2005 he was wrongfully accused of rape.In September 2007, he received a ban.[6] On 1 April 2008, Akhtar was banned for five years for publicly criticising the Pakistan Cricket Board. In October 2008, the Lahore High Court in Pakistan suspended the five-year ban and Akhtar was selected in the 15-man squad for the Twenty20 Quadrangular Tournament in Canada.[8] Pakistani judge Rana Bhagwandas once stated that Akhtar is a legend of Pakistan cricket.[9] Akhtar retired from international cricket after the 2011 World Cup.

Competition Test ODIT201
Matches 46 16315
Runs scored54439421
Batting Average 10.078.957.00
100s/50s 0/00/00/0
Top score 47438*
Balls Bowled8,1437,764318
Wickets 178 24719
Bowling Average 25.6924.9722.73
5 wickets in innings 1240
10 wickets in matches 200
Best bowling 6/116/163/38
Catches 12/-20/-2/-
Career statistics

Reference ;

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_awards_and_honours_received_by_Imran_Khan#cite_note-1 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imran_Khan https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shahid_Afridi#Early_and_personal_life https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wasim_Akram https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shoaib_Akhtar

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