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James Anderson Wasn’t Sure If He Was Good Enough To Play Int’l Cricket

James Anderson is set to be remembered as one of the best fast bowlers of this generation, but the England pacer has revealed he wasn’t sure if he was good enough to play international cricket when he started off in May 2003 against Zimbabwe at the Lord’s.

The 38-year-old James Anderson, already England’s most successful Test bowler with 616 wickets — the most by any pacer in the format — has had the far more physically demanding task of leading the attack.

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James Anderson (AP Photo/Andy Brownbill)

James Anderson Thought He Wasn’t Good Enough To Play

James Anderson drew level with retired former captain Alastair Cook’s mark of 161 Tests after playing the 1st Test against the Kiwis.

“I thought I wasn’t good enough. I thought it was a huge step up from county cricket. I remember Nasser [Hussain] didn’t have a fine leg for me and I went for quite a few runs. My first ball was a no-ball as well so there were a lot of nerves there and I did feel like this was maybe a step too far for me at that point,” he said as reported by ESPNcricinfo.

“I think I cleaned up the tail in that game. Until you play against the best players in the world and you’ve got them out, only then do you feel like you can compete and belong there.”

The senior campaigner feels the hurdles that have come in his long career have only made him stronger.

“I’m proud of the fact that I’ve overcome little hurdles throughout my career and they’ve made me stronger,” he said.

Sachin Tendulkar Photograph: Niklas Halle’n/AFP/Getty Images
Sachin Tendulkar. Photograph: Niklas Halle’n/AFP/Getty Images

“The stress fracture was like hitting the re-set button I guess. I’d gone through a lot of changes in my action before that and that stress fracture was probably a Godsend. It made me go back to my old action and since then I’ve felt really comfortable and got more consistent. That’s really helped me and makes me feel proud I got stronger from that and never looked back.”

James Anderson has played 161 Tests and is the 7th most-capped Test player only behind Sachin Tendulkar (200), Ricky Ponting and Steve Waugh (168), Jacques Kallis (166), and Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Rahul Dravid (164).

James Anderson And Stuart Broad Looks Back On The 2007-08 Tour

The pacer believes the second Test against New Zealand in Wellington during the 2007-08 tour was one game that deserves a special mention. That is where his partnership with Stuart Broad began.

“We both look back on that Test with great fondness,” he said. “I think it was a proper starting point in our Test careers. The fact that Peter Moores, the coach at that time, showed that confidence in us because he left out two senior bowlers who’d been extremely influential in the England side up until that point.

“He brought us in and gave us that responsibility, showed that faith in us. We still look back on that with great fondness and we’ve enjoyed every minute of it. Hopefully there will be a few more memories to come.”

England's Stuart Broad. (Photo by Jon Super / POOL / AFP)
England’s Stuart Broa. Photo Credit: AFP.

James Anderson admits that his growth from a good bowler to someone who could win games did take some time and it helped after he put in strong performances against the top teams.

“It took a few years. I think it was about putting in some performances against the better sides in the world. No disrespect to Zimbabwe, but playing against teams like South Africa and Australia and India, once you put in performances against the top teams in the world, that’s when you can feel like you can actually perform at that level. So it did take a few years and a few tours around the world to make me think I could actually do it,” he pointed.

Stuart Broad was named England’s vice-captain for the first Test against New Zealand at Lord’s which ended in a draw. Pacer Stuart Broad picked up his first wicket in Test cricket after going 81 overs without it. Stuart Broad picked up the wicket of Tom Latham on Day 5 of the first Test at Lord’s. He picked up his first wicket of the match and first since January 2020 when he got the wicket of Angelo Mathews in Sri Lanka.

Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar Photograph: Niklas Halle’n/AFP/Getty Images

Saeed Ajmal Recalls An Interaction With Sachin Tendulkar During ROW vs MCC Charity Match Held In 2014

Saeed Ajmal recalled that Sachin Tendulkar came running and told him to enjoy the game as it was a charity match and more funds will be collected the longer the match goes.

Former Pakistan spinner Saeed Ajmal recalled the interaction he had with Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar during the Rest of the World XI vs MCC in 2014.

Sachin Tendulkar. (Photo Source: Twitter
Sachin Tendulkar. (Photo Source: Twitter

Saeed Ajmal Was Told By Sachin Tendulkar To Enjoy The Charity Match Where More Funds Will Be Collected The Longer The Match Goes

It was a charity match in which some of the biggest names of the cricketing worlds were playing. While ROW XI was filled with the likes of Adam Gilchrist, Virender Sehwag, Kevin Pietersen, Yuvraj Singh, Shahid Afridi, and Shane Warne, the likes of Brian Lara, Rahul Dravid, and Sachin Tendulkar were playing for MCC.

In the first innings, ROW XI went on to bat, and MCC bowler Saeed Ajmal picked up four wickets quickly as ROW XI went five wickets down for 68 at the end of 12 overs.

Sachin Tendulkar (L), Saeed Ajmal (R) during 2014 MCC Charity match(HT Collage)
Sachin Tendulkar (L), Saeed Ajmal (R) during 2014 MCC Charity match(HT Collage)

Saeed Ajmal, in a video interview with Cricket Pakistan, recalled that Sachin Tendulkar came running and told him to enjoy the match as it is a charity match and more funds will be collected the longer the match goes.

“It was an MCC match. It’s supposed to be a friendly match. The players are required to spend some time in the middle because the longer the game goes on, the more funds will be collected. When the match started, I picked up four wickets in four overs,” Ajmal said.

“So, Sachin Tendulkar came running to me and he said, ‘Saeed bhai, you are not supposed to play this match too seriously. This is a charity match. This is for the people who have come here to enjoy, they will have food, drinks. This match has to not get over before 6:30’,” he further added.

“So I told him I was just bowling well to play in a positive way. So he said that ‘I agree with you, but this is a charity match, so funds have to be collected. So enjoy the match, play cricket and have fun’. So that’s what happened,” he signed off.

The Bicentenary Celebration match in July 2014 at the Lord’s created a tremendous buzz in the days leading to it, and rightly so. With teams made up of contemporary players and legends of the previous generation, it gave fans an opportunity to witness some never-seen-before clashes.

Yuvraj Singh And Aaron Finch Score Tons As MCC Defeats Rest Of World

Sachin Tendulkar’s words perhaps did the trick as Yuvraj Singh smashed 132 runs to take ROW XI to 293/7 in the match. As Aaron Finch smashed 181 runs in 145 balls, MCC chased down the total in 45.5 overs with 7 wickets to spare.

Sachin Tendulkar, Brian Lara, MCC v RoW
Batting greats, Sachin Tendulkar (L) and Brian Lara (R) at the MCC v RoW match at Lord’s

Saeed Ajmal ran through the RoW lineup, returning with four wickets from his ten overs. But it wasn’t enough to stop a rampaging Yuvraj Singh set up a counter-attacking 138 which propelled their innings to 293.

In response, Sachin Tendulkar and Aaron Finch set up an opening partnership of more than 100 in less than 16 overs. Sachin Tendulkar rolled back time by playing delightful strokes, but fell victim to another legend, Muttiah Muralitharan, before his half-century. Brian Lara and Shivnarine Chanderpaul contributed their part, but the bulk of the chase was completed by Aaron Finch, who remained unbeaten on 181.

Rahul Dravid fell for a first-ball duck, Shane Warne never got to bowl (owing to an injury), and Shahid Afridi failed to trouble the scorers, yet the match managed to fill cricketing hearts with the nostalgia of seeing their favourite cricketers play one more time.

Cricketers, 5 Cricketers Who Played With Most Number Of Different Players In International Cricket
Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid. Credits: AFP

Top 10 Batsmen With The Most Number Of Balls Faced In The International Career

While international cricket is more than 140 years old, we have seen many great batsmen in every format of the game. The legendary batsmen, who have put the special mark on the game and always remained in the memory of the cricket fans, have played the important roles to inspire the game to move to the better position with the time progress.

The successful batsmen, who played international cricket for a long time and scored many runs, actually faced huge deliveries to reach their present position.

Here we are talking about the top ten batsmen with the most number of balls faced in the international career

Steve Waugh – 32432 balls

Steven Waugh, batsmen, most number of balls faced, batsmen with the most number of balls faced in the international career
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Former Australian World Cup-winning captain Steve Waugh was one of the greatest batsmen in his country’s history. Serving for Australia between 1985 and 2004, Waugh played 493 international matches, where the right-handed batsman scored 18496 runs in 548 innings with an average of 41.65. During his international career, Waugh hit 35 centuries and 95 half-centuries.

The right-handed batsman Waugh faced a total of 32432 balls during his international career. He was one of the very consistent performers with the bat in international cricket.

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Yousuf bids adieu to the game too early. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

5 Cricketers Who Didn’t Get The Respect They Deserve

In any profession, respect is the utmost virtue that an individual toils hard for. Cricketers too, aspire to get the respect out of of their countrymen, teammates, and the society in general. Cricket is one of the most successful and followed sports in the world. Hence, cricketers do get their due respect more often than not.

However, there have been instances in the past when plenty of them have failed to grab the stature that they deserve in world cricket. Although these players’ contribution to world cricket has been enormous and still they ended up being on the opposite end.

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Today, we’ll take a look at the five cricketers who did not earn the due respect that they deserved and faded away in the glitz and glamour of world cricket.

5 Cricketers Who Didn’t Get The Respect They Deserve

5. Paul Collingwood

Paul Collingwood
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Paul Collingwood made his debut in 2000 and kept on playing until 2011, and during his stint in the international cricketing circuit, he established himself as an all-rounder for all seasons. Although his contributions faded away quite easily, no one can deny the fact that Paul Collingwood was one of the greatest English cricketers ever.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul
Shivnarine Chanderpaul (Image Credit: Twitter)

Shivnarine Chanderpaul Reveals His Present Favourite Batsman

Former West Indies cricketer Shivnarine Chanderpaul recently revealed his favourite batsman at the present moment.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul was one of the greatest cricketers in West Indies cricket history. While he was initially famous for his unorthodox batting stance, he gradually became one of the most consistent performers with the bat. The legendary left-handed batsman is the second-most Test as well as international run-scorer for West Indies.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul
Shivnarine Chanderpaul (Image Credit: Twitter)

Recently in an interview with Sportstar, Chanderpaul claimed his present best batsman is the Indian captain Virat Kohli. It is a very unsurprising name as many experts have given the same view in the recent past.

It’s not easy to stay at the top of your game for so long: Shivnarine Chanderpaul on Virat Kohli

The former Caribbean international cricketer believes that Kohli is working desperately in all the aspects of his game. Chanderpaul pointed out Kohli’s hard work to improve his fitness, batting skills etc. The former gave the full credit to the Indian captain to achieve the extra-ordinary feats in international cricket.

Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli (Image Credit: Twitter)

Chanderpaul told Sportstar, “Obviously, it’s Virat Kohli. He has been working on all the aspects of his game, and the results are showing. He is working hard on his fitness; he works on his skills. You see him putting in the hard work, and he is one of those guys who always wants to do well.

“He’s proven it, day in and day out. You have to give credit to him for that. It’s not easy to stay at the top of your game for so long. You got to put in your work, and the results are showing.”

At present, Virat Kohli is the no.1-ranked ODI batsman while he just lost the top position of the ICC Test batting rankings to the Aussie star Steven Smith. While Kohli is standing in the second position of the ICC Test batting rankings, he is also standing in the 10th spot of the ICC T20I batting rankings.

Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli (Image Credits: BCCI Twitter)

Since his international debut in 2008, Kohli has played 86 Tests, 248 ODIs and 82 T20Is where he has scored 7,240 runs (average 53.62), 11,867 runs (average 59.33) and 2,794 runs (average 50.80) respectively. He has already hit 70 international centuries.

Sehwag, India Legends
Virender Sehwag (Image Credit: Twitter)

Road Safety World Series 2020: India Legends Vs West Indies Legends – Virender Sehwag Guides To Safe Victory

Road Safety World Series 2020 has started with a comfortable win for India Legends. Opener Virender Sehwag safely guided the team to the victory after managing the solid opening partnership with Sachin Tendulkar.

In this tournament opener, India Legends captain Sachin Tendulkar decided to field first after winning the toss. While West Indies Legends scored 150/8 (20 overs), India Legends chased down that target in 18.2 overs after losing three wickets (151/3).

India Legends: Virender Sehwag started and ended in the same fashions

Sehwag, India Legends
Virender Sehwag (Image Credit: Twitter)


Indian opener Virender Sehwag started the chasing with back-to-back two fours in the first two balls. Sehwag and his opening partner Sachin Tendulkar batted the similar ways which the cricket fans were much familiar. They built up the 83 runs opening partnership before the skipper Tendulkar was dismissed by Benn on 36 runs off 29 balls (7 fours).

However, Sehwag controlled the innings and secured the safe victory. Sehwag and Mohammad Kaif put the 43 runs partnership for the second wicket. While Kaif (14) and Manpreet Gony (0) were dismissed by Carl Hooper in back-to-back deliveries, Yuvraj Singh comfortably finished the game with Sehwag.

Sehwag ended the match with a four as the right-handed batsman remained not out on 74 runs off 57 balls (11 fours). Meanwhile, Yuvraj scored 10 not out off seven balls.

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West Indies Legends: Shivnarine Chanderpaul continued his class

Openers Daren Ganga and Shivnarine Chanderpaul set the 40 runs partnership. But after Ganga lost his wicket on 32 runs off 24 balls, the Caribbean side was losing their next wickets at regular intervals. Captain Brian Lara scored 17 runs off 15 balls. However, Chanderpaul continued his batting and scored a fighting half-century which set up the challenging first innings total.

Apart from the openers, all other West Indies Legends batsmen failed to reach the 20-run marks. Chanderpaul lost his wicket in the 19th over after scoring 61 runs off 41 balls (6 fours and 2 sixes). In the late of that innings, Tino Best scored 11 runs off just five balls.

Among India Legends bowlers, Munaf Patel (2/24), Pragyan Ojha (2/27) and Zaheer Khan (2/30) bagged two wickets each while Irfan Pathan (1/21) got one wicket.

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Chanderpaul has even played with his son Tagenarine Chanderpaul. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul Extends Lancashire Contract for 2018 Season

Windies Test specialist and former skipper Shivnarine Chanderpaul signed a fresh deal with the Old Trafford based County Cricket Club Lancashire for the 2018 edition.

However, Chanderpaul expressed satisfaction to be the part of county cricket and has aimed to continue his rich form for his England-based club.

“I’m very excited to return to Lancashire for the 2018 season having thoroughly enjoyed last year’s campaign,” Chanderpaul was quoted in a media release by Lancashire County Cricket Club.

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Chanderpaul has been at the forefront to score the bulk of runs for Lancashire. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

(Read Also: Windies Shivnarine Chanderpaul And South African Dane Vilas Joins Lancashire On Kolpak Deal)

The Lancashire administration was delighted to avail the services of the batting mainstay Chanderpaul.

The Club is extremely ambitious and there is a group of hugely talented young cricketers in the squad,” Chanderpaul added.

It’s pertinent to mention that, the 43-year-old Chanderpaul opted for a one-year contract.

The Guyana-born batsman Chanderpaul wants to impart the knowledge among his junior teammates in a bid to make out of his experience.

“Hopefully I can continue to pass on some of my knowledge and experience to them,” Chanderpaul maintained.

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Chanderpaul has been on roll for his Lancashire club with the bat. Photo Credit: Web/Google.

In 2016 Specsavers County Championship, the left-handed batsman Chanderpaul amassed 819 runs at an average of little over 50

The batting veteran Chanderpaul smashed a hundred against Warwickshire, Yorkshire followed by Surrey.

Since lifting the coveted domestic professional title in 2011, Lancashire side was listed second best on points table in the Division One competition.

“I’ve really enjoyed playing my part both on the field scoring as many runs as possible, but also as a mentor to some of our younger players,” Chanderpaul further added.

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Chanderpaul is hopeful to replicate his previous season. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Interestingly, between 1994 and 2015, Chanderpaul registered 30 Test hundreds which further saw him smashing 76 hundred in 370 first-class matches which are further spread over 602 innings.

Chanderpaul also struck 139 half-centuries which show how the Caribbean star has had enjoyed the game gentleman’s game.

“The 2018 season is going to be another exciting one for Lancashire Cricket and hopefully we can have some more success in all competitions under the leadership of Glen Chapple and Mark Chilton,” Chanderpaul concluded.

So much so, in 2012, Chanderpaul scored around 700 runs in eight matches for the Emirates club which left a significant impact on the team.

Chanderpaul, who is listed at seventh in the all-time leading run scorers, scored 11,867 runs in 164 Tests at an average of 51.37.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Lancashire, County Cricket Club, Old Trafford, 2018 Season, Windies, Glen Chapple
Glen Chapple succeeded Ashley Giles as Lancashire head coach in January 2017. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Moreover, the Lancashire chief coach Glen Chapple has lauded the efforts of Chanderpaul with the bat while adding his addition will boost the morale of the Red Rose for the next season.

“I’m really pleased Shiv will be back next season. He has been fantastic both on and off the field for us this season and his appetite to score runs is as high as it’s ever been so we’re delighted he’s returning in 2018,” Chapple asserted.

While concluding Chapple remarked Chanderpaul has been a huge asset for the side and has backed the youngsters in the change room, as he revealed his experience would play an imperative role for Lancashire in the Division One.

“He brings a vast amount of experience to our young and exciting batting line-up,” Chapple concluded.


Chanderpaul also played 268 One-day Internationals for Windies and 22 Twenty20 Internationals.


2017 ICC Champions Trophy: Most Matches Played By A Player In The History Of The Tournament

Ever since its inception in 1998, the ICC Champions Trophy has witnessed some of the biggest cricketing stars featuring in it on a consistent basis.

Originally, all the ICC’s full members took part, and from 2000 to 2004 associate members were also involved. But from 2009 onward, the tournament has only involved the eight highest-ranked ODI teams as of six months prior to the tournament. The past eight editions, nevertheless, have been graced by some big names of modern day cricket.

And now that only a few days are remaining before the ninth edition of the tournament kicks off in England we are taking a look at the players who have played the most never of matches in the Champions Trophy. Interestingly, there is not a single player in the top 20 of this list who will play in the upcoming tournament in England. At the 23rd position, Pakistan’s veteran batsman Shoaib Malik is the highest-ranked player who will be playing in the upcoming tournament.

Former Sri Lanka skippers Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara holds the record of most number of matches in Champions Trophy with 22 matches each. Jayawardene, who played in six Champions Trophies, scored 742 runs at an average of 41.22 while Sangakkara, who too featured in a similar number of Champions Trophies, scored 683 runs at an average of 37.94.

Third in the list is also a former Sri Lanka skipper Sanath Jayasuriya. The former opening batsman played 20 matches and scored 536 runs at an average of almost 30. Jayasuriya is followed by former India skipper Rahul Dravid at number four who played 19 matches and scored 627 runs at an impressive average of 48.23.

Player Span Matches
Mahela Jayawardene 2000-2013 22
Kumar Sangakkara 2000-2013 22
Sanath Jayasuriya 1998-2009 20
Rahul Dravid 1998-2009 19

Brian Lara and Ricky Ponting come next on the list with 18 matches each. The batting legends are followed by seven players who played 17 matches each.


Player Span Matches
Brian Lara 1998-2006 18
Ricky Ponting 1998-2009 18
Marvan Atapattu 1998-2006 17
Mark Boucher 1998-2009 17
Chris Gayle 2002-2013 17
Jacques Kallis 1998-2009 17
Muttiah Muralitharan 1998-2009 17
Daniel Vettori 1998-2013 17
Shane Watson 2002-2013 17

The above players are then followed by five players who have played 16 matches each and 4 players with 15 games to their name.


Player Span Matches
Shivnarine Chanderpaul 1998-2006 16
Brett Lee 2000-2009 16
Ramnaresh Sarwan 2002-2013 16
Sachin Tendulkar 1998-2009 16
Chaminda Vaas 1998-2006 16
Dwayne Bravo 2004-2013 15
Tillakaratne Dilshan 2004-2013 15
Kyle Mills 2002-2013 15
Shoaib Malik 2002-2013 15
Rahul Dravid

Stats: Top 5 Players With Most Fifties In ICC Champions Trophy

ICC Champions Trophy is one of the most coveted tournaments in cricket as it is played among the best of the cricket playing nations once in every four years.

Also dubbed as mini world cup, all the participating teams give their best and have always featured the best talent in the world since its inception in the late 1990s. The likes of Australia and India have managed to win it twice in the last seven editions and the tournament has so far seen six different winners.

The 2017 edition will yet again see eight best teams clashing against each other in the major event in England as they look to take the prized trophy back to their home. Bangladesh is set to make their debut into the tournament for the first time as they growing on a consistent basis in the ODI format.

Champions Trophy has proved to be the stage for some stellar knocks and incredible spells over the decades and here we look at the players who have to manage to score most fifties in the tournament’s history.

#5. Ricky Ponting- 4

The Australian right-handed batsman has managed to notch 4 fifties in the tournament as he has played part in four editions of the tournament.

Ponting has played an impressive 18 innings in the tournament and has also led Australia to two ICC Champions Trophy wins in 2006 and 2009. He has also scored another century apart from four fifties in the tournament. Sri Lankan cricketing legend Kumar Sangakkara also notched four fifties in Champions Trophy.

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Family Smash: Shivnarine, Tagenarine Chanderpaul Enter Record Books After Scoring Half-Centuries In The Same First-Class Match

The famous proverb ‘the hen scratches and the chicken learns’ has been proven right yet again, but this time in the field of cricket, where a son has followed the footsteps of his father by taking guard while making a mark with the use of a bail like his father has done with his unorthodox stance at the crease.

Throughout the decades since the inception of the game in England, spectators have witnessed many cricketers putting up spectacular performances with both bat and ball and have also witnessed father-son playing for their respective countries in different eras, which include Sunil Gavaskar and Rohan Gavaskar (India), Chris Broad and Stuart Broad (England) and there are several others which further fit in the list, but we have come across a surprise where the father and son from the West Indies have become the centre of attraction in a regional game in the West Indies.

In past, cricket has sprung many chances from time-to-time and has also witnessed brothers participating in the same game for their national and state side, which particularly includes Yusuf Pathan and Irfan Pathan from India, Steve Waugh and Mark Waugh from Australia, Kamran Akmal and Umar Akmal from Pakistan, Hamish Marshall and James Marshall from New Zealand and Morne Morkel and Albie Morkel from South Africa and so on.

Interestingly, Shivnarine Chanderpaul played alongside his son Tagenarine Chanderpaul in a first-class game at their home in Guyana, which has further turned out to be a great thing for cricket and families in the first sight.

The 42-year-old Shivnarine and his 20-year-old son Tagenarine scored fifties in the same innings for their side against Jamaica in a regional four-day game at Sabina Park in Jamaica.

Both share same kind of the similarities being the left-handers, they deflect the ball with soft hands as son aims to replicate what father has done during his illustrious career for the West Indies in nutshell.

Interestingly, the record books also suggests the duo have become the first-pair after 1931 to register individual half-centuries in the same-match at first-class level after George Gunn and his son George Vernon registered hundreds for Nottinghamshire.

Tagenarine scored 58 runs off 135 balls while spending exact 200 minutes at the crease. His father scored 57 off 175 balls with four boundaries.

While sharing notable traits, both put on 38 runs in 12 overs for fourth wicket for Guyana.

Given this, in 2012, both father and son notched individual hundreds while putting up a 256-run stand for their local side in Guyana.

Tagenarine has played 16 first-class games so far, in which he has scored 756 runs at an average of 25.20. However, his father Shivnarine is the second highest Test run-scorer for the West Indies after Brian Lara.


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