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The SCG (the Sydney Cricket Ground) and Lord’s (England) have developed to not only become two of the most famous cricket grounds in the world, but are widely acknowledged as hallowed grounds where the greats of the game have demonstrated their considerable skills, and where some of the greatest cricketing rivalries are played out for all to see.

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The West Indies became a full member of the Imperial Cricket Conference (now the International Cricket Council) on 31 May 1926 at the same time as India and New Zealand were made up to full membership and played its first Test match in 1928 against England at Lord's. Aug 06, 2014 · Rohit Sharma became the 14th Indian to score a hundred on Test debut. Abhishek Mukherjee looks at all the Indian batsmen who started their career with a hundred in their first Test.

Dec 25, 2019 · Team India star spinner Ravichandran Ashwin ended the decade as the with the most number of international wickets to his name. The off-spinner knocked out 564 wickets to his name and topped International Cricket Council's (ICC) list of bowler, with other great names like James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Tim Southee, and Trent Boult behind him. Makes highest score in Test history of 375 against England in Antigua on 18 April Age 25: Becomes first player to score seven centuries in eight first-class innings on 3 June. Dec 19, 2019 · List of fastest Centuries in T20 International Cricket The fastest century of T 20I was scored by the three players namely; David Miller, Rohit Sharma and S Wickramasekara. Cricket live score, updates and coverage of cricket series including cricket match schedule, photos, videos and more only on Firstcricket. Get all latest and breaking cricket news. Back to Back to