Turning into world champions for Pakistan in 1992 did not come simple. Former cricketer and commentator Ramiz Raja gave his followers on social media a glimpse of what it was like, taking part in and coaching beneath legendary captain Imran Khan.
Raja shared an image of the staff throughout a coaching session in Melbourne from 1992 beneath the captaincy of Imran Khan, who’s now the prime minister of the nation.
“‘92 World Cup training session! five rounds of the Melbourne Ground was like the basic starter under captain Imran Khan,” tweeted Raja about his expertise as a part of the staff that went on to attain world cup glory.
The image is from a coaching session that the staff took half in on the Melbourne Cricket Floor throughout the 1992 World Cup.
Virtually 29 years in the past, Pakistan celebrated its nationwide staff’s solely ODI World Cup triumph.
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The staff was led by PM Imran Khan again in 1992, who’s hailed until today as one of many biggest cricket captains to grace the sport.
Within the marketing campaign, Pakistan had misplaced its opening matches however bounced again and reached the ultimate. Within the last, the staff beat England by 22 runs to carry the trophy.