Majid Khan

Pakistan|Allrounder
Majid Khan
INTL CAREER: 1964 - 1983
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Full Name

Majid Jahangir Khan

Born

September 28, 1946, Ludhiana, Punjab, India

Age

75y 317d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Medium, Right arm Offbreak

Playing Role

Allrounder

RELATIONS

Bazid Khan

(son),

M Jahangir Khan

(father),

Imran Khan

(cousin),

Javed Burki

(cousin)

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TEAMS

All grace and fluency, Majid Khan played in the spirit of an English amateur of a bygone era. He had a distant air which sometimes gave the impression that he wasn't really trying. Majid was a Cambridge Blue and he followed his father Jahangir Khan into Test cricket, though he never matched his father's feat of hitting a sparrow in flight at Lord's. He started his career as a pace bowler, but a back injury and doubts over the legitimacy of his bouncer turned him into an occasional offspinner. His batting prowess quickly moved him up the order, and he eventually formed one half of a highly successful opening partnership with Sadiq Mohammad. Majestic driving and hooking were his hallmarks, and he could score effortlessly at speed. His career ended on a sad note when his cousin Imran Khan was forced to drop him, which soured their relationship. He was a no-nonsense administrator, but he signed off by fanning match-fixing claims over the 1999 World Cup.
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Career Averages
Batting & Fielding
FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s6sCtSt
Test631065393116738.928199700
ODI2322178610937.42105274.711730
FC410700622744424143.01731284100
List A1681669444111528.28231430
Bowling
FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
Test636035841456274/454/5653.922.43132.7100
ODI2315658374133/273/2728.763.4150.6000
FC41071682236/6732.1440
List A16828171610715/245/2422.673.4239.6210
Umpire & Referee
FormatMatReferee
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Photos
Majid Khan and his son Bazid Khan
 John Stephenson, Mike Brearley, Barry Richards and Majid Khan at the MCC  World Cricket Committee conference
Majid Khan, Barry Richards, Mike Brearley and John Stephenson
Majid Khan
Kuwait Cricket Team photograph with Pakistan's former Cricket Captain/Coach Javed Miandad
Majid Khan gives the Man-of-the-Match trophy to Wajatullah Wasti