The Indian cricket crew chose to wear dark armbands in the Cricket World Cup 2023 match against Britain on Sunday. With the choice, the group planned to honor the country’s unbelievable spinner Bishan Singh Bedi who died a couple of days prior. The Leading group of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) affirmed similar through a post via web-based entertainment. “#TeamIndia will be wearing Dark Armbands in memory of the unbelievable Bishan Singh Bedi before the beginning of play against Britain in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023,” the BCCI composed on X (previously Twitter).
Brought into the world in Amritsar in 1946, Bedi played 67 Tests for India and took 266 wickets with 14 five-wicket takes and one 10-wicket pull.
He was essential for Indian cricket’s brilliant group of four of spinners that likewise had Erapalli Prasanna, Bhagwat Chadrasekhar and Srinivas Venkataraghavan. They shaped the center of India’s bowling unit for over 10 years somewhere in the range of 1966 and 1978.
Bedi was momentarily the administrator of the Indian cricket crew in 1990 during voyages through New Zealand and Britain.
He was additionally a public selector and tutor to numerous gifted spinners like Maninder Singh, Sunil Joshi and Murali Kartik, who all depended on his specialized knowledge.
Bedi was additionally quite possibly of the most respected Indian skipper and he drove the group for almost four years in Test cricket somewhere in the range of 1975 and 1979 after Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi’s retirement.
The large names of Indian cricket including World Cup-winning chief Kapil Dev, Madan Lal, Sehwag and Kirti Azad were there to offer their final appreciation.
Likewise present were Ashish Nehra, Ajay Jadeja, who is right now some portion of the Afghanistan support staff, and Murali Kartik, who gained the subtle strategies from the “Sardar of Twist”.