ICC Celebrates Achievements Of Hall Of Fame
Anil Kumble, Former Indian cricket captain and leg-spinner was celebrated by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for his astonishing achievements for India that helped him get into the International Cricket Council (ICC) Hall of FAME.
“If you were a batsman facing Anil Kumble, you knew that he had a plan for you.”
— ICC (@ICC) May 20, 2021
Kumble played 132 Tests for India, picking up 619 wickets which included 35 five-wicket hauls. He also represented India in 271 ODIs, claiming 337 wickets at an impressive average of 30.89.
The International Cricket Council celebrated the contributions of former India captain, ace leg-spinner and ICC’s Hall of Fame inductee, Anil Kumble by posting his stats on Instagram#AnilKumble #ICCHallOfFamehttps://t.co/PTJob2X0HH
— CricketNDTV (@CricketNDTV) May 20, 2021
Leg-Spinner’s glorious playing days
the celebration of the best players of other countries, the International Cricket Council (ICC) brought back the leg-spinner’s glorious playing days and posted his statistics on Instagram.
— Shivam Kumar (@ShivamK60793053) May 21, 2021
“#ICCHallOfFame we have one of the greatest bowlers of all time, India spinner Anil Kumble. The third-leading wicket-taker in Test cricket.” ICC Instagram post.
Former Sri Lanka Captain
Kumar Sangakkara former Sri Lanka captain Kumble and referred to him as ‘An intense competitor’.
“Kumble has given me a few sleepless nights”.
“He was not your orthodox leg-spinner. This big, tall gangly bowler running in and bowling with a very high arm action. It was not at all easy to get him away for runs,” Sangakkara added
ICC HALL OF FAME MONTH
The ICC Hall of Fame month launch on Instagram to celebrate the great cricketers who elevate the sport.
“We’re launching the #ICCHallOfFame month to celebrate cricket’s finest. First up, @blackcapsnz’ Martin Crowe – an extraordinary batsman, and captain.” ICC posted