In the late spring of 1982, Pakistan was visiting England for a three-coordinate Test arrangement. One-down in the arrangement as of now, having lost a generally low-scoring Edgbaston tie by 113 runs, Lord's needed something exceptional from a side driven by the alluring Imran Khan, who had any semblance of road brilliant Javed Miandad, the tormentor Zaheer Abbas and the mystical performer Abdul Qadir in his weapons store.
Be that as it may, it was the youthful Mohsin who stole the show. His capacity to judge the ball development on seaming conditions helped him see off the new ball and the risk of the sudden crease off the turf's harsh patches. What occurred next made his commitment undying.
On August 13, 1982, Pakistan's dashing opener Mohsin Khan raised his first twofold ton against England at the blessed place of worship of the amusement, Lord's.
“All The best”