Do you think you love cricket? I'm sure you are nodding your head right now.
World of cricket is just amazing and all of these great moments and records are registered in the history of cricket in golden letters. Go on and enjoy the thrilling ride.
I assure you, this story will make you a cricket expert.
Sourav Ganguly celebrated by taking his shirt off after winning Natwest Series 2002 defeating England. This was Sourav's reply to Freddie Flintoff's charging topless in Wankhede Stadium a few months back. Flintoff's terrified expressions were aptly captured.
Only Rahul Dravid and Laxman can achieve the impossible. Aren't we really proud of them?
Bapu's figures were 32-27-5-0 which is economy rate of 0.15 per over. His economy rate is best where 10 or more overs were bowled.
Sachin scored his first century against Australia in England. This fact was a shocker for most of you.
Indeed this is a fact to be proud of.
This World Cup win is most special because we went London as under-dogs but came back as winners. India defeated two time world-champions West Indies in a thrilling final. This game is the reason why we all love cricket now.
Virat Kohli lead the U-19 team to world cup victory in 2008 at Malaysia.
Sachin Tendulkar, greatest batsman of all time. Whatever i say for Sachin would be an understatement.
On August 22, 1896 KS Ranjit Sinji while playing for Sussex scored two hundreds at Hove on a single day against Yorkshire. Yorkshire was one of the best bowling sides at that time.
Wilfred Rhodes took 4,204 wickets and scored 39,969 Runs in his first class career.
Dada, don't we want him back in the field?
This happened during Australia v/s Pakistan, world T20 2010. Destructive over for Australia by Mohammed Aamer.
Let's score more 200s again and again.
The 2000 Lords between England and West Indies saw all the four innings being played on the same day.