India’s cricketer went to Pakistan and became a businessman, made Jinnah’s relative his wife. India Ex-Cricketer KC Ibrahim birthday on this day, Went Pakistan, married with relative of Jinnah

KC Ibrahim made his debut in Indian cricket in the year 1948. He played the first test match against the West Indies in Delhi. He could play only 4 Tests in his career.

KC Ibrahim played 4 Tests for India (representational photo)

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Indian cricket has many interesting stories in itself. This story is also something like this, whose main character is KC Ibrahim. India The cricketer who scored 709 runs without getting out and this world record is still intact. If we talk about KC Ibrahim’s cricket career, then understand that it ended as soon as it started. He played cricket for India only for one year and then left the country and settled in Pakistan. Today i.e. 26 January is the birthday of the same Indian cricketer. KC Ibrahim, born in Mumbai (Bombay) in the year 1919, though has now died. He died in Karachi in 2007 at the age of 88.

KC Ibrahim made his debut in Indian cricket in the year 1948. He played the first test match against the West Indies in Delhi. Opening with Vinoo Mankad, he scored 85 and 44 in the first two innings of Test cricket. However, KC Ibrahim, who scored 129 runs in two innings of the first Test, kept silent in the next three Tests. He scored only 40 runs in 6 innings of the next 3 tests. As a result, he had to salute cricket.

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left cricket and settled in pakistan

In the year 1950, KC Ibrahim retired only at the age of 31. After retiring from cricket, he went to Pakistan. In Pakistan, he married a relative of Mohammad Ali Jinnah. And, then started my business there.

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709 runs without getting out, made world record

Ibrahim was a top-order batsman, who made his debut in first class cricket in the year 1938-39. His golden period in first-class cricket began in 1941–42. During this, he was seen scoring runs. He played an inning of 230 runs for the Bombay team. After this, he scored 117 runs in Bombay’s victory in the Ranji Trophy final. Till 1947-48 Ibrahim’s star was seen touching the sky. In this season, he scored 1171 runs at an average of 167.29. In the same season, he also scored 709 runs without getting out. He scored these runs due to his 5 unmatched innings, which included scores like 218 not out, 36 not out, 234 not out, 77 not out and 114 runs. He was chosen Indian Cricketer of the Year because of making a world record of 709 runs without getting out.