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In case you missed it, this is the magic moment when Ravindra Jadeja revealed his 'Sirness' by forcing a nervous RP Singh overstep by miles and hand Chennai a famous victory. Click the picture for the scorecard.

In case you missed it, this is the magic moment when Ravindra Jadeja revealed his 'Sirness' by forcing a nervous RP Singh overstep by miles and hand Chennai a famous victory. Click the picture for the scorecard.

MS Dhoni plays a breathtaking innings against MI.

29 March, 2004, Pakistan v India, 1st Test, Multan: Virender Sehwag goes from 295 to 301 with one nonchalant shot and becomes the first Indian to get a triple ton in Tests. #thisdaythatyear

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March 25, 1992: Imran Khan and his forces win the Benson and Hedges World Cup for Pakistan. They beat favorites England by 22 runs at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Click the pic for the match at a glance.

March 16, 2013: An English fan surrounded by the Barmy Army during the second Test in Wellington on Day 3 of the second Test.

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GREAT FINISHES: New Zealand needed 550 in a touch over two days to beat England in Christchurch. Then, this is what happened: Nathan Astle scored 222 in just 168 balls - 200 of which came in 153 balls, a record for the fastest double-hundred in Tests. New Zealand made 451 in the fourth innings. And lost by 98 runs. But, boy, what a thrilling chase it was. Remember? No? Click the pic for the complete story.

March 15, 1877: Test cricket is born at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. This is what the MCG looked like in 1877. Click the picture to check out the scorecard of the first Test in the history of Test cricket.

Mohali, October 1, 2010 VVS Laxman despite a sore back becomes the hero of a nail-biting one-wicket victory for India. Click the picture for a look at that memorable scorecard.

September 18, 2010: Speaking of close ones, this game between CSK and Victoria ties for the top spot. David Hussey didn't want to bat in the Super Over. He also wanted Dirk Nannes to bowl the Super Over. Neither happened. Click the picture for the very balanced scorecard.

October 9, 1987: A little over a year after the famous tied Test in Madras, the same teams played out a lesser classic - an equally tight ODI - at the same venue, at the Reliance World Cup in 1987. A game that Australia won by one run after a dropped catch by Ravi Shastri, formely adjudged as a four, was declared a six during the lunch break. Click the picture for the complete story.

July 13, 2002: The venue is Lord's. The date is 13 July 2002. Shown here, moments after the thrilling game, Sourav Ganguly and team mob the star of the match, Mohammad Kaif after he leads India to a remarkable victory. Click the picture for the scorecard,

March 13, 2004: The opening ODI on India's first tour to Pakistan in 15 years. India put up 349. Inzamam-ul-Haq (122) and Yousuf Youhana (73) keep the hosts in the hunt for a great win. And then Moin Khan is out trying to hit the six needed to finish it off. Click the picture for the scorecard.

March 9, 2013: Members of the New Zealand cricket team stretch before the start of a training session at the University Oval in Dunedin.

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March 10, 1971: India beat the West Indies in a Test for the first time - at their 25th attempt. It also happened to be Sunil Gavaskar's debut Test. And a Test in which a West Indian spin bowler took 9/95 in an innings. Click the picture for the complete history.

March 8, 2013: Hamish Rutherford of New Zealand, on his way to a stroke-filled 171 at Dunedin, takes the record for the highest score by an opener on debut against England from Charles Bannerman of Australia, who set it way back in 1876-77 in the first ever Test.

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March 4, 1931: The West Indian fast bowler Herman Griffith hands the Australian run machine and the greatest batsman of all time, Sir Donald Bradman, his first duck in Tests, at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

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March 2, 2011: A man with purple hair smashes the fastest hundred in World Cup history (off 50 incredible balls) against good Old Blighty, and helps unfancied Ireland side pull off one of the great upsets in the game. His name? Kevin O'Brien.

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March 1, 1958: The most runs by a first-time Test centurion. The youngest to a triple ton in Tests. And the highest individual score in Tests. All three records fall on this day into the hands of a 21-year-old Garry Sobers, who ends up with 365 not out at Sabina Park. What a maan!

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Feb. 26, 1943: Alimuddin, the youngest player to play first-class cricket makes his debut for Rajputana against Baroda in the Ranji semi-final. What's more, he top-scores with 13. And how old was Alimuddin? All of 12 years and 73 days. Photo: Alimuddin (right) comes out to bat with Hanif Mohammad v Indian Gymkhana Club, May 4, 1954.

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A stadium security person tries to stop a man running on the pitch during the third day of the third Test match between South Africa and Pakistan on February 24, 2013 at Super Sport Park in Centurion.

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'This wonderful collection of stories showcases all the characters and events from the extraordinary life of an Aussie sporting immortal. In Chappelli: Life and Larrikins, 'Chappelli' takes us on a relaxed, often hilarious, always fascinating journey through his life in cricket and beyond, featuring encounters with everyone from Shane Warne to Sean Connery, from Bradman to Benaud.' Click the pic for more.

Feb. 23, 2013: David 'Jonty' Warner in action on Day 2 of the Chennai Test. What a flyer! Photo courtesy: BCCI

Feb. 22, 2013: Moises Henriques becomes the second Portuguese-born Test player in the history of cricket. Richard John Westcott (19/9/1927 - 13/1/2013) was the first. Richard was a stylish bat who bowled a bit of medium-pace for South Africa in the 50s. He played five Tests, scored 166 runs, and took no wickets. His achievements were remarkable considering that Richard suffered a serious injury to his left arm in a car crash early in his career.

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Robin Peterson kicks the ball away, South Africa v Pakistan, 3rd Test, Centurion, 1st day, February 22, 2013

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