Ian Botham (left) as he looked two days at age 21, just after his Test debut against Australia on July 28. He had long hair and with no trace of facial hair. Picture on the right is when Botham was 57 years old, while addressing a press conference in Colombo regarding his hundred mile walk for raising funds in August 2013.
Now Sir Ian Botham, he has lost much hair and has a salt and pepper look. And after sporting a beard for a while in his career, he is seen here with an unkempt look.
Botham made his Test debut back in back in 1977 against Australia in Nottingham, where he made a big impact with the ball by picking five wickets in the first innings. He remains one of the greatest all-rounders in the history of the game with 14 centuries and 383 wickets in Tests. Botham is now active around the cricketing world as a commentator. He is also an avid golfer.
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