India’s most noteworthy all-rounder and India’s first World Cup-winning commander Kapil Dev will turn 62 on January 6. Brought into the world in Chandigarh on 6 January 1959, Kapil Dev drove India to win the third Cricket World Cup title in 1983.
From his noteworthy presentation for Haryana in November 1975 against Punjab till 1994, when he resigned, Kapil Dev enchanted his and with his cricket. Here are a couple of things you should think about the cricketer.
He just entered cricket coincidentally. At the point when he was 13, one of the Chandigarh area groups ended up being a player short, and Kapil was gotten. He dazzled so much that he turned into a customary player.
Regardless of whether with bat or ball or in his part as commander, Kapil Dev assumed a critical job in a large portion of India’s Test wins in the last part of the 1970s and 1980s.
In one-day internationals likewise, Kapil Dev was similarly powerful and played in 225 restricted overs matches, scoring 3,783 runs and taking 253 wickets.
Dev is the primary player to take 200 ODI wickets.
He is the solitary part throughout the entire existence of cricket to have taken in excess of 400 wickets (434 wickets) and scored in excess of 5000 runs in Tests.
He wedded Romi Bhatia in 1980. The couple has a little girl, Amiya Dev.
After his retirement in 1994, Kapil Dev took up golf.
Dev was the solitary Asian establishing individual from Laureus Foundation in 2000. Laureus is a worldwide association that celebrates donning greatness and utilizations the intensity of the game to change the lives of individuals.
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