Who Was The Captain Of Pakistan Team In 1992 World Cup?


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ghazal gi Profile
ghazal gi answered
All time great star the mighty khan "Imran Khan "was the brave captain of the Pakistan cricket team in 1992 world cup. The Cricket World Cup in 1992 ( Benson & Hedges World Cup) was the fifth edition of the tournament and was won by Pakistan. It was held from February 22 to March 25, 1992 in Australia and New Zealand.The final was played at the MCC Melbourne cricket ground which is the world largest cricket stadium. The first World Cup to have day/night matches, it was the first World Cup to use white cricket balls and coloured team uniforms. Pakistan batted first and set a target of 250 for England. Imran khan hammered a brilliant innings of 71 runs, Javed Mindad scored 58 and wasim akram played a quick brilliant knock of 34 runs.
While batting second England could not manage to reach the target and were all out at 224 in 49.2 overs. Leg spinner Mushtaq Ahmed took 3/41 and wasim akram took 3/49.
Wasim akram was declared Man of the match for his brilliant all round performance.
So in this way paksitan won the final by 22 runs and making history in the leadership of a fighter captain IMRAN KHAN
asad waseem Profile
asad waseem answered
Imran Khan was the captain of Pakistan cricket team in 1992 world cup. Pakistan won the
World Cup by beating England in a thrilling match. The man of the match in the finals was Wasim Akram, the great fast bowler of all time.
Ambreen Asif Profile
Ambreen Asif answered
Well, Mr. Imran Khan was the first Pakistani Captain Who raised the World Cup Trophy in 1992 and he is also counted in the greatest Captains of the world and the interesting thing is that he is recalled in 1992 but look at his performance that he won the world cup for Pakistan in 1992.

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