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Aug 10, Wsm rated it really liked it Shelves: Pakistan's current Prime Minister was once a fearsome fast bowler and the most glamorous cricketer in the world with a playboy image. This book was published when he was at the height of his career.
He describes his early struggles as he transformed himself from a medium pacer who initially got into the team on the basis of his family connections into a genuine fast bowler.
It is an interesting account of some memorable matches,his breakout moment in the Sydney Test of and his destruction of Pakistan's current Prime Minister was once a fearsome fast bowler and the most glamorous cricketer in the world with a playboy image.
It is an interesting account of some memorable matches,his breakout moment in the Sydney Test of and his destruction of India's famed batting line up in Also,some controversies like playing for Kerry Packer instead of playing for the country and the disappointment of the scandal plagued Indian tour of in which he mostly remained injured.
There is even a chapter on his love life. Jul 30, Amna rated it did not like it.
There's nothing outstanding about his life except one cricket match victory. View all 3 comments. May 20, Misbahulhaque rated it it was amazing. Mar 09, Huma rated it really liked it Shelves: This one was written way before he won us the world cup in I read it ages ago in my early teens.
I'd like to read it again someday and compare it to something he must have written after , Shaukat Khanum hospital and his formal entry into politics. View 1 comment. Dec 08, Sysrq rated it it was amazing. Its a very very good book. He wrote it in I think.
Whoever took my copy from me, please return it. Its a rare book.
I love it. Satish Kini rated it really liked it Nov 24, Ikra Hafeez rated it it was amazing Jan 03, Mohtashim Abbas rated it liked it Mar 26, Adil rated it liked it Nov 14, Muneeb rated it it was amazing May 31, Shahbaz Alvi rated it it was amazing Oct 22, Afshan rated it liked it Sep 21, Ateeq Urahman rated it did not like it Feb 11, Zeeshan Jan rated it it was amazing Apr 03, Ash Lucas rated it liked it Dec 26, Rimsha Haqqi rated it it was amazing May 21, Taqdees Khan rated it it was amazing Feb 22, Mohd Ebraheem rated it it was amazing Feb 11, Khan retired from international cricket at the end of the World Cup.
In , he was asked to return to the captaincy by the President of Pakistan , General Zia-Ul-Haq , and on 18 January, he announced his decision to rejoin the team. Playing with a brittle batting line-up, Khan promoted himself as a batsman to play in the top order along with Javed Miandad, but his contribution as a bowler was minimal. At the age of 39, Khan took the winning last wicket himself. When Sussex were playing Hampshire in the ball was not deviating at all.
I got the 12th man to bring out a bottle top and it started to move around a lot. They claimed that, in the latter publication, Khan had called the two cricketers "racist, ill-educated and lacking in class. Since retiring, Khan has written opinion pieces on cricket for various British and Asian newspapers, especially regarding the Pakistani national team.
His contributions have been published in India's Outlook magazine ,  the Guardian ,  the Independent , and the Telegraph. He has provided analysis for every cricket World Cup since , which includes providing match summaries for the BBC during the World Cup.
By , he had founded the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Trust, a charity organisation bearing the name of his mother, Mrs.
Shaukat Khanum. It has provided help to flood victims in Pakistan. The campaign will establish several Solar Charging Stations in the selected off-grid villages and will provide villagers with solar lanterns, which can be regularly charged at the solar-charging stations. Khan also opposes almost all military operations, including the Siege of Lal Masjid.
He also proposed secret talks to settle the issue as he thinks the vested interests on both sides will try to subvert them. He ruled out a military solution to the conflict and denied the possibility of a fourth war between India and Pakistan over the disputed mountainous region.
He urged the Government of Pakistan to play a positive role to resolve the matter between both countries. Khan was offered political position few times during his cricketing career. The same year, he also showed his interest in joining politics. Later Khan escaped and went into hiding. According to a International Republican Institute 's survey, Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf tops the list of popular parties in Pakistan both at the national and provincial level.