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5 Most selfless acts in cricket

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5 Most selfless acts in cricket

Cricket is identified to be a gentleman’s game following its inception. Irrespective of the result, the performers of the two teams committed in the game are seen rocking each other’s cards recognizing their effort.

Here is a peek at some of these self-sacrificing performances in the previous forty years wherever the spirit of cricket was directed alive on the game:

1. Sir Richard Hadlee denying himself a 10-wicket haul:

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The New Zealand were competing Australia in 1985, the weather was a bit cloudy in Brisbane and Sir Richard Hadlee performed surely so personalities will remember him when this match will be discussed; not just for stupendous bowling of Sir Richard Hadlee as well further for reducing a once-in-a-lifetime occasion of achieving a discovery.

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Summary of Sir Richard Hadlee:
Hadlee had got the 8 wickets at first to fall the innings of Australia. And become the only second bowler after Jim Laker who takes 10 wickets within a single inning.

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