GREATEST INDIAN CRICKETERS OF ALL TIME
Kapil Dev is also considered the finest all-rounder ever to represent the nation.
Gavaskar’s defense was considered almost puzzling, therefore dismissing him was one of the most prized scalps across the globe.
Mahi, known to be calm throughout the match, is yet destructive when it comes to finishing off the match.
Tendulkar’s on-drive which is perhaps the most iconic stroke in this game, a beautiful example of batting and that too at its finest.
Sehwag could reduce an opponent’s bowling attack to rubble within an hour.
Rahul Dravid was given the nickname "The Wall" as he was an owner of a virtually unbreachable defense.
He was quicker than traditional leg spinners, and used his unusual pace to regularly deceive batsmen.
Hazare held the highest score by any Indian at one point when he scored 164 runs not out against England in Delhi in 1951.