Last updated when June 3, 2020 13:10
Wasim Akram celebrates his 54th birthday today.
LAHORE (Dunya News) – Former Pakistan captain and Sultan Ayun Wasim Akram celebrated his 54th birthday today (Wednesday), Dunya News reported.
The left arm pioneer, born in Lahore on 3 June 1966, began his international career at the age of 18 at ODI and made his debut Test a year later against New Zealand.
The 1992 World Cup winner took 956 international goals in his famous career. He sent 414 batsmen to the pavilion in 104 Tests with the best number of 7/119 and took the highest number of goalposts, 502, in 356 ODI as a fast bowler with the best performance of 5/15.
The Sultan of Swing sealed Pakistan’s victory at the 1992 World Cup by picking back goalkeeper Allan Lamb and Chris Lewis back-to-back at key moments of the match.
Wasim Akram was declared Man of the Match in the final and was also the tournament’s top goalkeeper. He has two hat-tricks for his name on each Test as well as ODI.
Legend retired from international cricket in 2003. He now links himself to the comments and training of cricket.
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