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SW’s Long Leg Tales: From David Shepherd’s Magic To Feroz Shah Kotla’s Misery

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    Famous novelist Mark Twain once said,’History doesn’t repeat itself but it does rhyme’, and in cricket, it does make sense. Going by the game’s curious past, it has been scripted in one of the most magnificent manner. From its origin in England in early 19th century to its revolution by the Caribbeans in mid twentieth, Cricket has transformed eminently over the years, and so has its journey.

    At Sportzwiki, we take you back in time to relive few of the greatest moments that were captured on the cricketing field on this day down the years. On December 27, we bring you the tale of one of the greatest umpires to officiate the game to the misery of a sub-continent track, that nearly shook everyone, even the caretakers of it:

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