Legacies are a funny thing. In one sense what you leave behind acts as a catalyst for progress, instilling in future generations a sense of admiration and ambition. A legacy can show to others that through hard work and determination it’s possible to achieve great things. Take Imran Khan. Considered one of cricket’s greatest all-rounders, he scored almost 4,000 test runs and took 362 wickets. His 138 not out against India in Chennai in 1987 was a glorious and defiant knock. Only a few months later he took every English wicket for just 77 runs. For these and many more feats he was inducted into the exclusive ICC Cricket Hall of Fame.