Not Rohit or Virat, Jai Shah told who are his 3 favorite legendary cricketers?

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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New Delhi, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli are undoubtedly one of the best cricketers of the moment. He has earned a lot of name in international cricket. But BCCI Secretary Jai Shah's favorite legendary cricketer is someone else. During an interview, he revealed which players are in his favorite legendary list.

When Jay Shah was asked who are your 3 favorite legendary cricketers? On this, Jai Shah said, “Sunil Gavaskar, Sachin Tendulkar and Mahendra Singh Dhoni.” Looking at the current times, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Hardik Pandya are also in the list of my favorite cricketers. Gavaskar is the first player in the world to play 100 consecutive Tests. He scored 774 runs in his first Test series against West Indies. The record of scoring the highest number of 2749 runs in Test against West Indies is in the name of great cricketer Gavaskar. He has scored maximum 13 centuries against West Indies.

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Mahendra Singh Dhoni plays for Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League. The Chennai team, which has won the IPL trophy the most number of times in the history of the tournament, has equaled Mumbai's record this time. While captaining India, he has made the team win 2 World Cups. Under the captaincy of Dhoni, Team India has won the ICC trophy a total of 3 times.

Let's talk about the great batsman Sachin Tendulkar. Talking about Tendulkar's career, he has played 200 Tests and 463 ODI matches. He has 51 centuries and 68 half-centuries to his name in Tests, while in ODIs he has scored 49 centuries and 96 half-centuries. He is the only batsman to score 100 centuries in his international career. Apart from this, he also took 46 wickets in Test and 154 wickets in ODI. Sachin had scored a total of 10 runs in his only T20 International match.

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