IMRAN KHAN Post-retirement

  • Imran Khan had conceded that, amid Test matches, he "once in a while scratched the side of the ball and lifted the crease." He had additionally included, "Just once did I utilize a protest. At the point when Sussex were playing Hampshire in 1981 the ball was not going amiss by any stretch of the imagination. I got the twelfth man to draw out a jug best and it began to move around a considerable measure. In 1996, Khan effectively shielded himself in a defamation activity delivered by previous English commander and all-rounder Ian Botham and batsman Allan Lamb over remarks they asserted were made by Khan in two articles about the previously mentioned ball-altering and another article distributed in an Indian magazine, India Today. They asserted that, in the last distribution, Khan had called the two cricketers "bigot, poorly instructed and ailing in class." Khan challenged that he had been misquoted, saying that he was guarding himself in the wake of having conceded that he messed with a ball in a province coordinate 18 years ago.]Khan won the slander case, which the judge marked a "total pointless activity", with a 10– 2 lion's share choice by the jury