Imran Khan in paine after India beat Pakistan in ICC Champions trophy 2017. Former Pakistan skipper Imran Khan has said it was "painful" to watch Pakistan "being thrashed" by India in the ICC Champions Trophy at the Edgbaston Stadium. Virat Kohli-led India defeated Pakistan by a big margin of 124 runs. Imran did not like Pakistan players' performances as he said they failed to put up a fight against India. He tweeted, "As a sportsman I know winning & losing are part of the game but it's painful to watch Pak being thrashed by India without putting up a fight,". He called for restructuring of Pakistan cricket. "Unless Pak cricket structure is totally revamped/reformed, despite an abundance of talent the gap between Pak & India will keep increasing," he wrote. The 64-year-old Imran, who led Pakistan to World Cup glory in 1992, is one of the greatest cricketers. He played 88 Tests and 175 One Day Internationals. He is now a politician.