The International Cricket Council (ICC) has on Friday tweeted a memorable reminder for former cricket captain Imran Khan.
According to the details, Captain Imran Khan was one of three Pakistan players to score fifties, and also took 3 wickets during his tenure.
Pakistan overcame an unbeaten 107 by Desmond Haynes to win the Nehru Cup final in 1989.
#OnThisDay in 1989, Pakistan overcame an unbeaten 107 by Desmond Haynes to win the Nehru Cup final.
Captain Imran Khan was one of three Pakistan players to score fifties, and also took 3 wickets. pic.twitter.com/NHlTu3wLPf
— ICC (@ICC) November 1, 2019
Pakistan defeated West Indies by four wickets in the final of the Nehru Cup played in India in 1980.
Imran Khan, former Pakistan cricket team’s captain, scored a fifty in the final match and took three wickets.
Earlier in a day, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday has expressed deep grief over the death of his dearest friend Ashiq Qureshi.
PM Imran in a post on Twitter said that Ashiq Qureshi was always with me during the difficult times of my life, he was the founder member of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).
He wrote, “Devastated by the death of one of my oldest friends Ashiq Qureshi last night. He was always there during my many setbacks in life. Was the first to stand by me when I decided to build SKMT & was a PTI founder member. Above all, he will be missed as a gentleman & great human being.”