Where are they now? Pakistan's WC Squad 1992 Homepage
A Look at Pakistan’s 1992 World Cup winning Squad
Imran Khan
Aamir Sohail
Aaqib Javed
Ijaz Ahmad
Mushtaq Ahmed
Inzimam ul Haq
Iqbal Sikandar
Javed Miandad
Moin Khan
Rameez Raja
Salim Malik
Wasim Akram
Wasim Haider
Zahid Fazal
Imran retired after the World Cup. He set up a charity cancer hospital in Lahore, the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital. In 1997, Imran forayed into politics and is now the head of the second biggest political party in Pakistan
Aamir went on to captain Pakistan in 1997, but his angry young man attitude meant he played little cricket for Pakistan, retiring in 2000. He went on to become a commentator and now hosts his own TV show on Din News.
Aaqib was never a regular in the Pakistan squad. After the advent of Shoaib Akhter, he quietly slipped out of the international scene. He became coach of the Pakistan cricket team in the late 2000s.
Ijaz Ahmed continued to play for Pakistan till 2001. His career was marred by match fixing allegations that were leveled against the team. In the late 2000s, he was jailed for a personal bank fraud from which he was exonerated and went on to coach the national team.
Inzimam’s career blossomed after the 1992 World Cup. He became the second highest run getter in Tests for Pakistan, captained the side and also joined the Tableeghi Jamat. He played his last game in 2007, although he did represent Pakistan in the breakaway Indian Cricket League after retirement.
Mushtaq coached the England National side after retirement and is now part of the coaching staff of Pakistan Cricket Team.
Iqbal didn’t play for Pakistan after the World Cup. He played a little county cricket till 2001.
Javed retired after the 1996 World Cup but coached Pakistan Cricket Team three times, each time to be ousted by one controversy or another. He later became DG Pakistan Cricket Board, a post he left in 2013.
Moin continued play for Pakistan till 2003-4 after which he was replaced by Kamran Akmal. He also captained the team and later became a TV commentator. Nowadays he is the chief selector and manager of the Pakistan Cricket Team.
Ramiz’s career ended in 1997, shortly after he captained the national side. He later became a renowned commentator, and now performs duties in matches not involving Pakistan as well. He also served as CEO of Pakistan Cricket Board for a short time in 2003.
Malik captained Pakistan for a while in between captaincy stints by Miandad and Wasim Akram. He was banned in 2000 after being found guilty of match fixing. His life ban was lifted in the late 2000s.
Akram became a legend after the 1992 World Cup. He captained the side in the 1996 and 1999 World Cups but the match fixing rumors tarnished his career. He retired after the 2003 World Cup where he became the highest wicket taker in ODIs. He too became a renowned cricket commentator. Currently he performs duties as coach of IPL team Kolkata Knight Riders.
Probably one of the least known cricketers in the World Cup winning squad, Haider played all his ODI matches during the 1992 World Cup. What he does now is not known.
Fazal was a stylish right hander but the advent of Inzimam in 1992 meant that he did not get to play a lot of international cricket. He played his last test in 1995 and went into oblivion.
Pakistan's WC Squad 1992