There will always be those who fail to make the most of their talents or live up to early promise. Some are more frustrating than others, but none more so than Mark Lathwell, who Martin remembers in this feature
Hasan Raza debuts for Pakistan to become the youngest man to ever play Test cricket in 1996. Raza was officially only 14 years and 227 days old when he took on Zimbabwe at Faisalabad. A PCB official later said he could have been anything up to a year older but the record stands and Raza scored 27 in Pakistan's easy win.