Another superstar of Indian Cricket, VVS Laxman, hanged his boots from international cricket with immediate effect after rendering his services for 16 years.
The selfless batting sensation from Hyderabad has finally quit international cricket without any regrets as such, representing India from 1996 to 2012.
Here is more about how the Little Master went about, in the pursuit of reaching this historical milestone which is difficult for any batsman to reach in the future.
According to prominent bookmakers across the world, it is so; with the issue of match fixing highlighted once again these days.
Teams which have won a Test match series despite being defeated in its initial stages.
Teams which have suffered the most numbers of losses in Test cricket from the period of January 2008 – January 2012.
More on ‘The Nawab of Najafgarh’ who continues to remain the ultimate difference between India and the world in any format of the game.
If Hyderabad is popular in the world, it is for two reasons – Biryanis and VVS Laxman! Here is more about the ‘Very Very Special’ batsman India has seen over 15 years.
A tribute to how ‘The Wall’ of Indian cricket has remained strong since 16 years and made India proud on the world stage.
The future of Indian cricket for sure is in jeopardy, after losing seven Tests in a row away from home.