Imran Khan, the former cricketer and current Prime Minister of Pakistan is hailed as one of the greatest all-rounders of all-time and there are several tales to tell about his heroics. One such heroic feat is the match against India in 1982 where he demolished the Indian batting line-up single-handedly.

Pakistan Cricket Board today marked one of the cricket milestones former captain Imran Khan achieved in 1982 by demolishing Indian batting line-up.

On December 27, 1982, Khan led his team to their biggest win against India in Karachi by defeating guests by 86 runs.

Imran Khan took eight wickets off 60 runs.

The flamboyant all-rounder also led his team to World Cup 1992 victory.

Imran Khan launched his political party The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) in 1992, and after going through many ups and downs in his political career for almost 22 years, Imran Khan finally became Prime Minister of his country in 2018.View image on Twitter

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#OnThisDay in 1982, @ImranKhanPTI‘s 8 for 60 (match figures 11 for 79) demolished Indian batting line-up to lead Pakistan to their then biggest win against India. Pakistan won the Karachi Test by an innings and 86 runs.5,09311:09 AM – Dec 27, 2018945 people are talking about this

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