Other major teams: Lahore, Sussex
Career stats in Tests: 88 matches, 3,807 runs, 37.69 batting average, 6 100s, 362 wickets, 22.81 bowling average
Career stats in ODIs: 175 matches, 3,709 runs, 33.41 batting average, 1 100s, 182 wickets, 26.61 bowling average
Bottom line: Imran Khan led Pakistan to a World Cup title win 1992, and in August 2018, he became the president of Pakistan, the nation.
With the ball, he was unbeatable from 1980 to 1988, picking up 236 wickets in Tests at a stunning average of 17.77, the best average of all bowlers, beating the likes of Richard Hadlee, Malcolm Marshall, Joel Garner and Michael Holding, among others.
Khan was a good batsman, too, and his batting averages of 37.69 and 33.41 in Tests and ODIs, respectively, underline it. He scored 947 runs at an average 72.84 in the last three years of his Test career.