Cricket Image of Mohsin Khan, who became the Darlings of Lord’s when he scored a great exact 200 Runs off 386 Balls 495 Mins with 23 fours at cricket headquarters on the Pakistan tour to England in 1982.
His top scored in Pakistan’s first innings 428 for 8 declared and then saw Abdul Qadir’s mesmerizing leg-spin force follow on upon England. In the second inning, Pakistan had only 77 to get, Pakistan cruised to a 10-wicket win and squared the series 1-1.
Mudassar Nazar’s “Man with the Golden Arm” took six wickets in the second innings, and Pakistan went on to win by 10 wickets. Mohsin Khan was present at the crease and hitting the winning Runs. This was an empathetic and memorable victory in the history of Pakistan Test Cricket.
His intention was to make some aggressive runs and tried to flick one past the square leg fielder Chris Tavare but failed and had to depart. He walked back to a standing ovation. Mohsin Khan became the first Pakistani player to score a double century at Lord’s.