Pakistan cricket team represents Pakistan in international cricket matches. Also known as the Green Shirts, Shaheen or Team Pakistan, it is managed by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). It has cricket history even before the country was created in 1947. The first ever first class match in Karachi was organized between Sindh (became part of Pakistan later) and Australian cricket teams on 22 November 1935. Cricket developed steadily in the country after the independence in 1947 and Pakistan earned Test match status on 28 July 1952. Pakistan played made its first Test match against India on 16-18 October 1952. Abdul Hafeez Kardar was the first captain of the Pakistan national cricket team. Pakistan contested their first One Day International match on 11 February 1973 against New Zealand. Pakistan made their debut in Twenty20 Internationals on 28 August 2006 against England.
All cricket playing nations consider that Pakistan team is strong but also unpredictable. The first ever tournament victory by Pakistan was the Austral-Asia Cup title win against India on 18 April 1986 with a remarkable six of last ball by former Pakistani legend batsman Javed Miandad. Pakistan won the biggest event of cricket, the ICC World Cup in 1992 under the captaincy of Imran Khan. Pakistan also won World T20 in 2009 under captainship of Younas Khan.
Pakistan has played 392 Test matches at the win percentage of 31.63% comprising 124 wins, 111 losses and 157 draws. Pakistan has contested 849 One Day Internationals with win percentage of 54.57 including 449 victories, 373 defeats, 8 ties and 17 no results. Pakistan has played 92 Twenty20 Internationals matches winning 56 matches at the win percentage of 61.95%, losing 34 and 2 tied matches.
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