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Birmingham: Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara and Zimbabwean Andy Flower were among the 10 new additions to the International Cricket Council Hall of Fame announced on Sunday.

The latest players to receive this honor, were unveiled just days before the opening final of next week’s India-New Zealand Test World Cup in Southampton.

They encompass over a century of test cricket for men, with Australian Monty Noble making his debut as early as 1898.

The newcomers were divided into five epochs, with the all-rounder Noble and the South African leg spinner Aubrey Faulkner from the years before the First World War being selected.

West India all-rounder Learie Constantine, who later became the first Black member of the House of Lords, and the Australian batsman Stan McCabe represented the interwar period

Vinoo Mankad, probably India’s greatest all-rounder, and the English batsman T ed Dexter were selected from post World War II players, with English fast bowler Bob Willis and West India opener Desmond Haynes selected from among the first to play in a day international and friendly.

Most recently Time the outstanding left-handed batsmen Sangakkara and Flower emerged from a « modern era » from 1996-2015.

Sangakkara, who retired from international service in 2015, remains Sri Lanka’s leading scorer in test cricket with 12,400 runs at 57.40 – the highest average of any batsmen with over 9,000 test runs.

He has remained loyal to the sport, with Sangakkara becoming the first non-British person to be named president of Marylebone Cricket Club, the owner of Lord’s, in 2019.

Flower is widely regarded as Zimbabwe’s all-time best player, with his 4,794 test runs at 51.54 points, including a game-securing unbeaten 232 against Indi en in Nagpur in 2000.

His international career ended during the 2003 World Cup when he and his teammate Henry Olonga wore a black armband to protest against the « death of democracy » in Zimbabwe.

Flower played for Essex County, England, and later coached the English men’s team, which topped the ICC test scores in 2011.

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Jemimah wrote the note after the unveiling of the team’s white jersey for India’s upcoming tour of England, where Mithali Raj and co are playing a friendly match after seven years.

Kohli, currently in quarantine ahead of the ICC World Test Championship in Mumbai, recently ran a fan-question-and-answer session titled « Ask me Anything » on his Instagram handle.

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