|Biographical detail : ||Pakistani cricketer and coach
A medium-fast-bowler Khan Muhammad helped greatly towards Pakistanís early success at Test level in the 1950s. He established a record as the quickest to take 50 wickets for Pakistan, in only 11 matches, a record that stood until the end of 1990.
The newly formed Board of Control for Cricket in Pakistan sent him for coaching with the former England fast bowler Alf Gover at his famous indoor cricket school in London. He developed his skill playing in the Lancashire Leagues and for the Commonwealth side in England in 1950 and 1951.
Born in Lahore Khan Muhammad was the son of a timber merchant. He died of prostate cancer in London where he was living since 1960.