Martin Crowe, New Zealand, 1992 World Cup, Imran Khan
Imran Khan who played against Martin Crowe tweeted and expressed his sorrow for the great cricketer

New Zealand’s greatest captain Martin Crowe who was hailed as a “hero” of ’92 world cup, where New Zealand reached semi-final for the first time, died at 53 on Thursday after fighting a long battle with cancer. He was diagnosed with cancer in September 2014 with terminal double hit lymphoma, a rare form of blood cancer, he passed away in Auckland.

Twitter paid homage to the Man of the series of 1992 World Cup:

— Bhupalreddy (@Bhupalreddy11) March 3, 2016


    Sports Crazy man, Live in cricket, Love writing, Studied English journalism in Indian Institute of Mass Communication, Chose sports as the subject for study, Born 24 years ago during the 1992 Cricket world cup. When he is not writing love to watch movies and reading books and novels.

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