In the absence of their regular wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant, who suffered a concussion during the first ODI against Australia in Mumbai in January earlier this year, Rahul was handed the wicket-keeping gloves. In a man-of-the-match performance, he made 148 runs spanning nine hours and took India to their only draw of the series. His total came as part of a record second-wicket partnership of 331 with Sachin Tendulkar and led India to the second-highest ODI total at that time., here to join our channel (@indianexpress), India team physio wants 2-3 weeks’ rest for Rohit Sharma, Sunrisers stay alive: Warner & Bros. hand Delhi third consecutive defeat, SRH vs DC: Rashid Khan registers most economical spell of IPL 2020, KXIP vs KKR in Pics: From Mohammed Shami’s spark to Mandeep Singh’s tribute to late father, RR vs MI in Pics: Mumbai Indians’ 196 falls short before Ben Stokes’ prowess, IPL 2020: KKR, KXIP bank on bowling performances to defeat DC, SRH, IPL 2020: MI beat CSK by ten wickets, MS Dhoni’s side virtually out of competition, IPL 2020: Pandey, Shankar’s fifties help SRH beat RR by eight wickets, Centre throws open J&K for land sale, Gupkar parties term it huge betrayal, Indo-US 2+2 meeting: Act immediately on terror, Pakistan told, Irfan Pathan is Aslan Yilmaz in Vikram-starrer Cobra, Shah Rukh Khan talks about his next film, quarantine and cooking during #AskSRK, Elderly couple who run Baba ka Dhaba in Delhi undergo free cataract surgery, From the street to chic: The humble origins of Thai canine fashion influencer Moo Ta. “Both Rahul Dravid and Sourav Ganguly had made their debuts in England and incidentally we were also there at that point of time in 1996. After the match, Dravid asked ‘was I out’, and I said ‘no, brother, Mushtaq tang karta hai bohot (It’s Musthaq’s habit to appeal),” Latif said in a YouTube show ‘Caught Behind’.

Dravid scored his first Test century in January 1997 against South Africa. For all the latest Sports News, download Indian Express App. They both played well,” Latif asserted. Rahul Dravid disappointed after being wrongfully adjudged caught behind (Source: Youtube screengrab) Former Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Rashid Latif recalled an incident when the umpire’s misjudgment cost Rahul Dravid his wicket in the first ODI of Sharjah Cup in 1996. IPL 2020: Different match-winners is the story of Delhi Capitals' season so far,... 5 foods consumed during Navratri that you should be eating the whole year, Amazon Sale: Up to Rs 35,000 Off on laptops, desktops, internal storage & more, Exquisite Banarasi sarees for women for festive dressing, Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy. He followed that with six centuries in 1999, including two in the 1999 World Cup (against Kenya and Sri Lanka); in the latter he was involved in a then-record 318-run partnership with Sourav Ganguly. We met with the entire team when the Prime Minister invited us for lunch. Scoring 180 in a fifth-wicket partnership of 376 with VVS Laxman, in the Second Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in 2001, Dravid helped lead India to victory by 171 runs despite being asked to follow-on by the Australians. Leg-spinner Mushtaq Ahmed got the better of him with a delivery inviting him to drive. He repeated the feat in March 2005 when he scored 110 and 135 against Pakistan in another man-of-the-match performance, leading India to victory in the second of the three-match series. Nicknamed "The Wall" for his ability of "... fending off the fiercest, the fastest and the wiliest of bowlers around the world",[1][2] he scored 36 centuries (scores of 100 runs or more) in Test cricket and 12 in One Day Internationals (ODI) between his debut in 1996 and retirement in 2011.

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