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Former Indian Spinner Bishan Singh Passes Away

By Ravi - October 23, 2023 05:51 PM
Former Indian Spinner Bishan Singh Passes Away

Former Indian captain and spinner Bishan Singh Bedi, who made all the batsmen of the world dance on his finger, died on Monday. Bishan Singh said goodbye to the world at the age of 77. Let us tell you that Bishan Singh Bedi was ill for a long time.

Bishan Singh Bedi

Bishan Singh Bedi International career

Bishan Singh Bedi played Test cricket for India from 1966 to 1979, captaining India in a total of 22 matches, while playing a total of 67 Test matches and taking 266 wickets. He also took 7 wickets in ODI matches. Bishan played an important role in India's first ODI win. He bowled out Africa for 120 runs in the 1975 World Cup match.

After the demise of Bishan Singh Bedi, fans' eyes became moist

Former Indian spinner Bishan Singh Bedi was born on 25 September 1946 in Amritsar, Punjab. Bishan Singh Bedi used to be a left-arm spinner of the Indian team, who played Test cricket for India for 12 years.

He was one of the best spinners in the history of Indian cricket, who single-handedly won many matches for the team. In such a situation, after the news of his sudden death, there was a wave of interest in the entire cricket world. Fans are continuously giving many types of reactions on social media.

Anurag Thakur gave this statement on the death of Bishan Singh Bedi

Anurag Thakur looked very emotional on the death of Bishan Singh Bedi. Anurag Thakur said that Bishan Singh Bedi, the former captain of the Indian team and the bowler whom the country remembers, is no longer among us. This is very sad news. He is a big personality in the cricket world. When the Dharamshala grounds were newly constructed, they kept setting up their new camps for two years.

He used to stay in India's dressing room only. Didn't even go to the hotel. He used to stay here on the ground and prepare the players and before that he used to come to Himachal for selection and set up his camp. Although he had deep connections with Punjab and Delhi, after retirement he shifted his camp towards Himachal. In this hour of grief, I would like to tell his family that the entire cricket world stands with them.

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