The Greatest Pakistani Test Captains Of All Time

The Greatest Pakistani Test Captains Of All Time

A Test match is an international cricket match between two countries. Test cricket was started in 1950 and Pakistan has awarded the most advanced and aggressive cricketers. So here’s the list of Greatest Pakistani Test Captains Of All Time.

1. Misbah-ul-Haq

Misbah-ul-Haq Khan Niazi, better known as Misbah-ul-Haq is a Pakistani former cricketer and captain of Pakistan ODI and Test cricket team. Misbah has been one of the most talked-about Pakistani cricketers for the country in the recent few years. He scored 5,222 runs at an average of 47 with a strike rate of 73. He is the current chief selector and head coach of the Pakistan cricket team.

Here’s a look at the stats in his era of Pakistani Team Captain.

Total Tests Played: 56
Test Won:
26
Tests Drawn:
11
Tests Lost:
19

2. Imran Khan

The greatest and most successful Pakistani cricketer is Imran khan, one of the best all-rounder has more than 500 wicket-takers and 7000 plus runs. Imran Khan was the leader of the Pakistani team responsible for world cup victory in 1992 in Australia. He was born in the Pashtun family in Lahore in 1952 and made his debut in the Pakistan cricket team at age 18 against England in 1971. Khan is the current Prime Minister of Pakistan and the chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf.

Here’s a look at the stats in his era of Pakistani Team captain.

Total Tests Played: 48
Test Won:
14
Tests Drawn:
26
Tests Lost:
8

3. Javed Miandad

Javed Miandad is one of the best Pakistani cricket coach and former cricketer. Miandad was Pakistan’s highest scorer in his career when the team was in trouble his runs lead to the victory. He finished her carrier 8832 runs at an average of 52.57 in 124 test matches.

Here’s a look at the stats in his era of Pakistani Team captain.

Total Tests Played: 34
Test Won:
14
Tests Drawn:
14
Tests Lost:
6

4. Wasim Akram

One of the fast bowler ever in the world, known as a ‘Sultan Of Swing’ Wasim Akram was one of the best Pakistani cricketer, coach and captain of Pakistan cricket team. He has mastered two techniques, the yorker and the reverse swing which are the most difficult to the bowl and play. Akram finished his career with 414 Test wickets in 104 matches.

Here’s a look at the stats in his era of Pakistani Team captain.

Total Tests Played: 25
Test Won:
12
Tests Drawn:
5
Tests Lost:
8

5. Inzamam-ul-Haq

An extremely reliable batsman, Inzamam-ul-Haq is the best batsman of Pakistan ever produced. His aggressive batting leads to Pakistan victory in world cup 1992. He scored 8830 runs in Tests at an average close to 50 and more than 10,000 runs in ODI cricket. He is Pakistan’s leading run in all the formats of the game with 20,000 runs.

Here’s a look at the stats in his era of Pakistani Team captain.

Total Tests Played: 31
Test Won:
11
Tests Drawn:
9
Tests Lost:
11

6. Waqar Younis

Waqar Younis is a Pakistani cricket coach and former captain of the Pakistan cricket team. He formed one of the most dangerous opening fast bowling pairs with Wasim Akram. Waqar was a reverse swing bowling expert who removed many batsmen through his reverse swing yorkers. He took 373 wickets in 87 Tests.

Here’s a look at the stats in his era of Pakistani Team captain.

Total Tests Played: 17
Test Won:
10
Tests Drawn:
0
Tests Lost:
7

7. Sarfaraz Ahmed

Sarfaraz Ahmed is a Pakistani right-handed batsman and wicketkeeper who plays in all formats of the game. Sarfraz was named Pakistan’s Twenty20 International captain after the victory of ICC T20 Worldcupof 2016 in India. He was the youngest cricketer who can be awarded with the Sitara-i-Imtiaz on Pakistan Day March 2018.

Here’s a look at the stats in his era of Pakistani Team captain.

Total Tests Played: 13
Test Won:
4
Tests Drawn:
1
Tests Lost:
8

8. Zaheer Abbas

Syed Zaheer Abbas Kirmani, better known as Zaheer Abbas is a Pakistani former cricketer and test team captain. He is famous for ‘Asian Bradman’ an elegant and stylish batsman. He scored 5000 runs at an average of 44.79 with 12 centuries in his test carrier.

Here’s a look at the stats in his era of Pakistani Team captain.

Total Tests Played: 14
Test Won:
3
Tests Drawn:
10
Tests Lost:
1

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