Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi (b-1941)

Mansur Ali Khan Born into an Indian royal household, Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi completed his education at Winchester College after inheriting the titular dignity of Nawab of Pataudi upon his father’s death.

After playing for Oxford, he went on to captain the Indian national side at 21 and played 310 matches, scoring 15,425 runs, his highest being 203 (not-out).

Mansur Khan made his Test debut against England at Delhi in December 1961. Following his retirement, Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi became the Indian national cricket coach (1974-75) and later refereed ICC matches.

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