Today was a very special day in the history of Indian cricket

 Today was a very special day in the history of Indian cricket, Sourav Ganguly, Rahul Dravid and Virat Kohli did


Today was a very special day in the history of Indian cricket
credit: third party image reference


June 20 is a very special day in the history of Indian cricket.  In fact, on this day, three great players of the country made their debut in Test cricket. 



 First on 20 June 1996, the current coach of the country, Rahul Dravid and the current BCCI President Sourav Ganguly made their Test debut against England at Lord's.



  After this, the current star batsman of the country, Virat Kohli also played his first Test match against West Indies in Kingston on this day i.e. on June 20, 2011.



Talking about the performance in the debut Test of the three legends, former captain and current BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, batting at number three, managed to score a century in his very first Test match.



  Ganguly faced 301 balls for the team and played a century of 131 runs with the help of 20 fours.  At the same time, Dravid started his Test career from the same match,


 playing a fine half-century of 95 runs at number seven, but he missed his first century by just five runs.



Rahul Dravid faced a total of 267 balls for his best innings in this match.  During this, a total of six fours came from his bat.


  Apart from these two legends, the current star batsman of the Indian team, Virat Kohli, managed to score four runs in the first innings and 15 runs in the second innings of his Test debut. 


 Talking about this match, the Indian team won this match against West Indies by 63 runs.


-------------------------------------------------------------------
Special Information This entire article is Google Translated there may be a spelling mistake, read it wisely.


Post a Comment

0 Comments