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Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Tribute To Dilip Sardesai

Dilip Sardesai @HitmeSix

Here Are Some Career Stats.



Type
Matches
Runs/Wickets
Highest
Average /Economy
Batting
    30
2001
212
38.48
Bowling
    30
   0
3/0
0.0

Test Debue- vs England at Green Park ,1961.
Last Test- vs England at Feroz Shah Kotla ,1972.


Storyline Of Dilip Sardesai

Famous for his spin-tackling skills, Dilip Sardesai, was a 

former Indian Test cricketer regarded as one of India's best

batters against
spin bowling, Sardesai was, and remains, the 

only Goa-born cricketer to represent the men's national 

team. 


 In a match against Barbados, Sardesai got out moments before Indian captain, Nari Contractor, suffered a career-threatening injury after a Griffith bumper pinned him above the right ear. With Contractor's injury, Sardesai found a place in the team. Opening the batting, he made 31 and 60 in the Bridgetown Test. But can’t make to next match team11.

Early career: Sardesai's talent came to the fore in the Rohinton Baria (inter-university) trophy in 1959–60 where he made 435 runs at a staggering average of 87. Playing for Indian Universities, he made his first-class debut against the touring Pakistani side in 1960-61. His score of 87 in the game earned him a place in the Board President's XI as well and he scored an unbeaten 106 against the same team. After he scored 202 against  Madras University, he was selected to play for Bombay (now Mumbai) in the Ranji Trophy.

 So This was the summary of Dilip Sardesai.
By-Surya Saharan