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SW’s Long Leg Tales: From Sunil Gavaskar Breaking Bradman’s Record To Introduction Of Women’s Test Cricket

Gavaskar's 174-ball innings still a hot topic
Sunil Gavaskar of India became the first batsman ever to score three hundreds in both centuries of a Tests three times.

In the second edition of the Sportzwiki’s Long Leg tales, we on December 28 bring you few memorable moments that went down into history books. From India’s best batsman of post independence era Sunil Gavaskar breaking Sir Donald George Bradman’s record to the birth of Pakistan’s renowned leg-spinner Intikhab Alam, the list contains few interesting numbers too.

Apart from this, Martin Guptill’s heroics against Sri Lanka in Wellington happened on this day an year ago while the introduction of women in Tests took place on the same day:

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