Indian Cricket Great Bishan Singh Bedi Dies At 77

Previous India cricket crew commander Bishan Singh Bedi kicked the bucket at 77 years old after a delayed sickness.


Indian cricket extraordinary Bishan Singh Bedi died at 77 years old after a delayed disease. Bishan Singh Bedi was a left-arm spinner who likewise captained the Indian group in 22 matches. Bedi was a functioning cricketer from 1967 to 1979, highlighting for India in 67 Tests, taking 266 wickets. He likewise played for India in 10 ODIs, sacking a sum of 7 wickets. Broadly viewed as perhaps of the best spinner India have had, Bedi was among the planners of India’s twist bowling transformation. He, alongside Erapalli Prasanna, BS Chandrasekhar, and S. Venkataraghavan, assumed a significant part in India’s very first ODI triumph. Bedi’s figures of 12-8-6-1 held East Africa to 120 runs in 1975 World Cup.


In homegrown cricket, Bedi fundamentally played for the Delhi group. After retirement, he functioned as a mentor and tutor for a few sprouting Indian cricketers. Away from the cricketing field, he likewise filled in as a reporter and savant in the Refined man’s Down.


Frequently seen as a pundit who would not mince his words, Bedi was a straightforward person while sharing his perspectives on specific subjects in the game.


Cricketers, including previous India all-rounder Irfan Pathan, honored the incredible spinner. “Bishan singh bedi One of our best is no more. It’s a misfortune to our cricketing crew. My profound sympathies to his family,” Irfan composed on X


Bedi was momentarily the chief of the Indian cricket crew in 1990 during voyages through New Zealand and Britain. He was likewise a public selector and tutor to numerous skilled spinners like Maninder Singh and Murali Kartik, who all depended on his specialized understanding.

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