1976 The Cricket Society Wetherall Award for being the leading all rounder in English first class cricket.
1983 Wisden Cricketer of the Year.
1983 Pride of Performance Award.
1985 Sussex Cricket Society Player of the Year.
1990 Indian Cricket Cricketer of the Year.
2004 Asian Jewel Lifetime Achievement Award.
2007 Asian Sports Humanitarian Award for his efforts in setting up the first cancer hospital in Pakistan.
2012 Asia Society's Person of the Year.
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Some Interesting Facts about Ahmad Khan Niazi Imran
There are two birth dates of Imran as the actual one is not clear. Wikipedia Page claims that Imran’s birth date is 5 October 1952; however, his national identity card states that he was born on 25 November.
Imran faced an injury during his school days, which affected him while playing cricket as well. Once while climbing a tree, Imran broke his left arm. Since then, whenever he played cricket, he would constantly practice to holding the bat right.
He is behind the foundation of Namal College in Mianwali and Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital & Research Centre in Lahore.
Imran single-handedly led the team to win the tournament when Pakistani team struggled throughout the 1992 Cricket World Cup.
In the year 2012, he was declared as Asia’s Person of the year with around 88% votes.
Imran was also selected as the best cricketer by Indian Cricket in 1990.
In 1982, Imran became the captain of Pakistan cricket team. He played 48 test matches and 139 ODIs in his entire captaincy career.
In 2007, Imran protested against the President Elections. This step of his ended him up in house arrest. However, this helped him get more popularity and public support.
There are 6 books of his- Imran: The autobiography of Imran Khan, Pakistan: A Personal History, Indus Journey: A Personal View of Pakistan, Warrior Race: A Journey Through the Land of the Tribal Pathans, All Round View, and Imran Khan's cricket skills.
In 1994, Imran Khan admitted that he did ball tampering while playing the test matches.