Harbhajan Singh pronunciation (help·info) (Punjabi: ਹਰਭਜਨ ਸਿੰਘ, born: 3 July 1980 in Jalandhar, Punjab, In
Harbhajan Singh joined an elite group of Indian cricketers, which consists the likes of Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and Sunil Gavaskar, as he took to the field in Chennai to play the first Test against Australia. A lot of of importance is attached to a first Test cap, but to get to 100 Tests means that you managed to get make the most of your potential as well.. Here's a look back at the statistics of nine other Indians to reach the milestone. Sachin Tendulkar:He needs no introduction, so we'll do away with that. Since 1989, Sachin has grown from India's wonderboy to a star cricketer to the man that symbolises the nation's love of the game. In 194 matches, Sachin has scored 15,645 runs at an average of 54.32. But his most remarkable achievement is probably scoring 51 centuries. He has also taken 51 wickets. Rahul Dravid:'The Wall' was literally that for 163 Tests for India. His presence in the batting order and solidity are unparalleled. He has scored 13265 runs at an average of 52.63. Just in case you didn't know, he also has a wicket to his name. Dravid retired in 2012 with 36 centuries to his name.
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