Hanif Mohammad and the Nawab of Pataudi (Mansoor Ali Khan) chat at Lord's ahead of playing for the Rest of the World in 1965.
About the Mansoor Ali Khan : On 1 July 1961, he was a passenger in a car which was involved in an accident in Hove. A shard of glass from the broken windscreen penetrated and permanently damaged his right eye. The surgeon named Dr. David St Clair Roberts was called to operate on his eye, and was praised by Pataudi for saving one of his eyes. The damage caused Pataudi to see a doubled image, and it was feared this would end his cricketing career, but Pataudi was soon in the nets learning to play with one eye.
Courtesy : Hassaan Naushad
Pakistan and Australian Cricket Team, photographed with President of Pakistan Ayub Khan, during the Second Test played at Lahore in 1959. The President is flanked by team captains, Imtiaz Ahmad and Richard Benaud. Australia won the match by seven wickets.