He is remembered for leading Pakistan to World Cup victory in 1992 and introducing greats such as Wasim Akram, Inzamam-ul-Haq and Waqar Younis to the game.
Most of his fans haven’t even seen him play, but they still love him because of his records. Today is his 70th birthday and we look back at some of his unbroken records.
|Garry Sobers||West Indies||117||34.00|
|Daniel Vettori||New Zealand||116||33.38|
He has taken 362 and 182 wickets, respectively, during his international career. With the bat, he has scored 3,807 runs at an average of 37.69 in Tests and 3,709 runs at a 33.41 in ODI cricket.