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Zak Crawley Appears a Class Participant, Says Sourav Ganguly

Zak Crawley in action during his knock on Day 1 (Image: ICC)
Zak Crawley in action during his knock on Day 1 (Image: ICC)

Zak Crawley scored an excellent 267 within the third Check towards Pakistan and has received accolades from all around the world. Former India skipper Sourav Ganguly too has lauded the efforts of the 22-year-old, and has gone on to say that Crawley ought to look to signify England in all three codecs.

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“England have discovered an excellent No. three in Crawley,” former India captain Sourav Ganguly tweeted through the innings. “Appears a category participant .. hope to see him in all codecs commonly.”

Crawley, who’s enjoying his eighth Check solely, Shared a partnership of 359 with Jos Buttler. The latter too scored a 150. The latter scored his second ton in Exams. He’s the third youngest England participant to attain a double ton, after David Gower and Len Hutton.

In the meantime, Ganguly has mentioned that India are all set to host England subsequent yr, and 2023 World Cup. “The BCCI and the Indian cricket crew will proceed to fulfil its FTP commitments. The senior Indian males’s crew will journey to Australia for its collection beginning in December this yr, and can come again to the nation for a collection towards England beginning February subsequent yr.

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“This will likely be adopted by IPL 2021 in April,” Ganguly mentioned in an e mail to all of the affiliated items. “The BCCI is making all efforts to make sure that home cricket resumes as and when the circumstances allow. The well being and security of gamers and all different concerned in home cricket is of utmost significance to BCCI and we’re continually monitoring all features,” Ganguly wrote within the letter.

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