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Gautam Gambhir's coming of age innings where he batted 10 hrs in 2nd innings of a test match in New Zealand to get a draw for India

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16th Dec 2003 - Rahul Dravid punched the air, raised his arms , kissed the crest on India's cap and touched Greatness ! #Adelaide #Legend

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One of the most touching moments for a NORTH STANDER from Wankhede ! An unbelievably noisy WANKHEDE Crowd gave a Masterclass in "How To Get Behind the Home Team ? " The "Dravid Dravid " Chant went on for 5 mins when Dravid was hit by a bouncer and was getting medical attention . After the match got over, Dravid stood in front of the North Stand and applauded the crowd ! Dravid clapping for you - That felt like something !

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That day when Curtly Ambrose produced one of the most devastating spells of fast bowling & England were cleaned up for just 46 runs

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On that pulsating evening at Lords, from 147-5,we chased down 325 ! Images of Ganguly and Dravid jumping over Mohd Kaif, Yuvraj Singh proudly holding his Indian Jersey in front of the Members Stand & Indian Flags flying all around "The Home of Cricket" still gives me goosebumps

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In Feb 2010, On a dead Nagpur track, Dale Steyn produced a Spell From Hell , Steyn got 7 & India went from 192 for 3 to 233 all out. This is a pic of him leading his team off the ground after one of the best exhibitions of Fast Bowling on a dead and placid track

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GOD TUSSI GREAT HO ! 50th Test Match Century for Sachin Tendulkar

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That Six by MS Dhoni .That night at Wankhede. That North Stand Crowd in background. #MyBeautifulLife

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Miracle in Mohali. Laxman did the Impossible - ONCE AGAIN

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An Indian cricket fan prays for her team as she watches the World Cup cricket semifinal match between India and Pakistan, in New Delhi, India on Wednesday, March 30, 2011. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)

India Wins 2011 Cricket World Cup

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