Former Pakistan captain and Prime Minister Imran Khan has been sentenced to 14 years in prison by a Pakistan court.

The sentencing comes after Khan and his wife were accused of retaining and selling state gifts. It is also one day after he was sentenced to a ten-year bid by a special court for leaking state secrets.

The court has also disqualified Khan from holding any public office for the next decade. After being ousted from the Prime Minister position, this makes his third conviction and sentencing since 2022.

"Another sad day in our judicial system history, which is being dismantled," Khan's media team said via ABC.

"No cross questioning allowed, no final argument concluded and decision pops up like a pre-determined process in play.

"This ridiculous decision will also be challenged."

Before becoming the 22nd Prime Minister of Pakistan in 2018, Khan was a former captain and all-rounder of the national team between 1971 and 1992.

During this time, he played 88 test matches, scoring 3,807 runs and taking 362 wickets after his international red-ball debut in 1971 against England.

In the international limited-overs format, he competed in 175 matches and would go on to score 3,709 runs and take 182 wickets.

Regarded as one of the best all-rounders in cricket at the time, he was inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame and helped guide Pakistan to a 1992 ODI World Cup victory - the first and only win Pakistan has had in the competition.