As Pakistan celebrated their 400th Test match with a 56-run over the West Indies in the pink-ball, day-night Test match at the magnificent Dubai cricket stadium in the UAE, we asked you about your greatest Test player in Pakistan's cricket history. Yes, it was our online poll. We gave you 10 options and you just had to pick one. Now after getting an overwhelming response from you, we are delighted to announce the winner. Yes, the winner is none other than the iconic Imran Khan. Pakistan have produced so many legendary players, but Imran's mythical standing still appeals to the fans. The 1992 World Cup-winning captain won the KT online pool with a staggering 56 per cent votes. Wasim Akram, arguably the greatest left-arm fast bowler cricket has ever seen, came second in the poll with 17 per cent. Younis Khan, who broke Don Bradman's record with 30 consecutive Test centuries without being dismissed in the nervous 90s in the ongoing Abu Dhabi Test against the West Indies, finished third with 12 per cent. Javed Miandad, one of the best batsmen in the world in the 1970s and 1980s when fast bowlers made run scoring such a difficult art on bowler friendly wickets, got only nine per cent.