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Mohammad Azharuddin visits ISB

Mohammad Azharuddin visits ISB Mohammad Azharuddin, former captain of the Indian cricket team, visited the Indian School recently. He was received by Indian School Chairman Prince S Natarajan, Vice Chairman Muhammad Iqbal, EC Member Sports Jayafar Maidani, EC Member IT Saji Antony, EC Member Transport Bhupinder Singh, Principal VR Planiswamy, Vice Principals, Physical education teachers and students. The former Indian captain interacted with the schools Under 16 cricket team members and offered advise to the students to work hard to achieve success in the game. Azharuddin also said that he would plan an exchange programme for students in training in his cricket academy back in India. Azharuddin made his debut for the Indian cricket team in Test cricket in 1984 against England at Eden Gardens in Kolkata on 31 December 1984 and hit three centuries in his first three matches. Azharuddin scored a total of 22 centuries in test cricket, at an average of 45 and seven in ODIs at an average of 37. As a fielder, he took 156 catches in ODI cricket. He played 99 test matches with a highest score of 199, scored against Sri Lanka. He was also the first player to play in 300 ODIs. He too has the record for scoring most number of hundreds in consecutive test matches from debut. Photo caption : Indian School Chairman Prince S Natarajan presents a memento to Mohammad Azharuddin

16 OCT 2017, ISB
 Mohammad Azharuddin visits ISB


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