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Know 10 facts about the classy indian batsman Ajinkya Rahane.

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Ajinkya Madhukar Rahane is an Indian international cricketer who is the vice-captain of the Indian Test team. He is a right-handed batsman who made his international debut in a Twenty20 International against England at Manchester in August 2011 and made his Test debut against Australia in March 2013.

 

1. Humble beginnings 

Rahane experienced childhood in a family in Dombivali, a removed suburb of Mumbai. His dad used to work for Mumbai's transportation organization while his mom was a housewife. In a meeting with Forbes India, Rahane uncovered that he had joined a cricket institute when he was just seven years of age. Rahane stated, The objective was that I’d get some exercise and stay fit instead of wasting time at home.

 

2. Black belt

Rahane is known for his in fact strong batting and his electric handling. He also pursued karate and has a black belt in it. His mild mannered nature perhaps masks the dangerous qualities within.

 

3. India under-15s and under-19s

In 2002, Rahane represent India under-15s in a global competition in Dubai. Rahane's partners included PiyushChawla and TanmaySrivastava. They had played a match against Sri Lanka under-15s, who had Angelo Mathews. In 2007, Rahane was a piece of the India under-19 group that ventured out to New Zealand. ViratKohli, RavindraJadeja and Ishant Sharma were his partners on that visit.

 

4. First-Class debut

Rahane had an exceptionally uncommon First-Class make a big appearance as he initially played for Mumbai against Karachi Urban in 2007. This was for the Mohammad Nissar Trophy, a competition challenged between the household champions of India and Pakistan. Rahane opened the batting on introduction at the National Stadium, Karachi and scored 143.

 

5. Highest score in List A cricket for an Indian before Sachin Tendulkar’s double ton

Since 1999, Sachin Tendulkar's 186 against New Zealand remained the most elevated score by an Indian in List A cricket for somewhat more than seven years. Rahane crushed 187 in a Vijay Hazare Trophy coordinate in March 2008 against Maharashtra. His innings of 187 fell off just 142 balls, involving 17 fours and eight sixes. Rahane's record remained for around two years before Tendulkar hit the twofold ton against South Africa.

 

6. IPL

Rahane was a part of the Mumbai Indians amid the initial couple of periods of the Indian Premier League (IPL), With them having a solid top-arrange, he thought that it was difficult to soften up and played just a couple diversions crosswise over seasons. He was additionally brought by Rajasthan Royals, where Rahane played under his idol Rahul Dravid in 2015.

 

7. First man to hit six fours in an over in T20 cricket

Utilizing all his touch and beauty, Rahane has stroked enormous keeps running in T20 cricket. When he crushed a ton against Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL 2012, he had hit six fours in an over off the knocking down some pins of SreenathAravind. This was the first occasion when somebody had done it in T20 cricket.

 

8. Sachin Tendulkar high praise

In his initial years in worldwide cricket, Rahane invested more energy in the seat than on the field.When Sachin Tendulkar drew curtains on his career after his historic 200th Test in Mumbai, he had words of encouragement for Rahane. In his book Playing it My Way, Tendulkar wrote, “I had known Rahane for years and had seen how much he loves the game. He has served cricket with finish devotion and responsibility throughout the most recent couple of years.

 

9.An interesting story of his childhood

It is said that Rahane was hit by three consecutive bouncers on his head defender at 8 years of age, while playing at Dombivili by a bowler who was thrice his age. Rahane started crying yet after sooner or later, he stood up and pulverized a comparable bowler for five consecutive cutoff points limits.

 

10. Confusion over his birth date

His birthday happens to be in June 6 consistently yet there was a slight disarray over that the same number of his fans began wishing him one day before the genuine date. Most likely, everything began in view of off base birth date being refreshed on couple of trustable locales however Rahane cleared everything by tweeting one day before his 28th birthday celebration.

posted May 4 by Rahul Prashad

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1. Best bowling figures by an Indian in World Cup

In what was really one of the best bowling performances of all-times, Nehra knocked down some pins India to a triumph against England in Durban in World Cup 2003. His playing spell of 6 for 23, is scratched in the chronicles of Indian cricket always and is reviewed with awesome euphoria. He played well all through the World Cup, timing 90 mph reliably, and was one reason for India’s success in that campaign.

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Sehwag's current Nehra-ji tweets have taken the social media space by storm. Sehwag and Nehra have been colleagues for a long time — be it Delhi or India or in the IPL. In a meeting with Indian Express in 2009, the couple talked about each other. Sehwag stated, "There is a great deal of discuss how Gauti (Gautam Gambhir) and I are great companions, yet Nehra and I backpedal much more remote. Despite everything I recollect the two of us going to play matches sitting on a bike, one of us driving, the other holding the unit sack on the rearward sitting arrangement. He used to convey only a little sack, the greater one was forever mine. It's (the bike) is exceptionally extraordinary to me, a token of our holding." Nehra was cited as saying, "Viru toh yaaron ka yaar hai (Viru is an incredible companion)."

4. Only Indian to take six wickets in ODIs twice

Six wickets don't come simple in One-Day cricket and on the off chance that you believed Nehra's spell against England was only an irregular ponder, it was definitely not. In 2005, against Sri Lanka in Colombo, Nehra took six wickets once more, this time 6 for 59.

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1. Three tons in initial three Tests 

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3. Relationship with Eden Gardens 

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4. Driving India in three World Cups 

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6. Most productive defender in ODIs 

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7. Century in his first Test and last Test 

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8. Celebrity connection

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9. Sons playing cricket 

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10. Member of Parliament 

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11. Match-fixing allegations 

Azharuddin was banned for life in 2000 for his charged part in match-settling. In any case, in 2006, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) denied the boycott. In 2012, the Andhra Pradesh High Court additionally vindicated Azharuddin by saying that the boycott forced on him was untenable. Promote in the year 2015, it came into news that there is a film going to be made on his life which will concentrate on his life furthermore coordinate settling assertions. His part will played by Emraan Hashmi and the motion picture is set to discharge on May 13, 2016.

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