The International Cricket Council (ICC), on Sunday, accepted three veterans into the ICC Hall of Fame during a service that was broadcast the world over by means of ICC’s computerized channels.
The three inductees incorporate previous South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis, Australia’s World Cup-winning all-rounder Lisa Sthalekar and Pakistani legend Zaheer Abbas.
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The service included various legends
The function, facilitated by reporter Alan Wilkins, included greats Sunil Gavaskar, Melanie Jones, and Shaun Pollock as the visitors. In the interim, any semblance of Wasim Akram, Graeme Smith, and Alyssa Healy participate to celebrate the current year’s inductees.
Words: The inductees will keep on rousing people in the future: Manu Sawhney
ICC Chief Executive Manu Sawhney saluted the three stalwarts.
“It is consistently a joy to declare the most recent arrangement of inductees into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame. These are on the whole players with a heritage that will keep on moving people in the future for quite a long time to come. I compliment Zaheer, Jacques and Lisa on their incorporation in the pantheon of cricket greats,” he said.
Rules to be drafted in the ICC Hall of Fame
The ICC has forced some exacting principles for passage into the Hall of Fame.
Batsmen more likely than not scored at any rate 8,000 runs and 20 hundreds, alongside a normal of more than 50, in one of the two primary configurations – Tests or ODIs. Bowlers more likely than not got up 200 wickets in one of these two arrangements, with their strike rate under 50 in Tests and under 30 in ODIs.