Navjot Singh Sidhu Cricket – Navjot Singh Sidhu, Warne’s All Time India XI, Captain Sourav Ganguly, aka Captain Shane Warne, took to Instagram to tag the team and pick all the players he played against during his career.
Australia legend Shane Warne on Wednesday included Navjot Singh Sidhu in his all-time Indian team against whom he has played and picked Sourav Ganguly as the team captain.
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Warne took to Instagram to name the team and pick all the players he has played against in his career.
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“I had to pick Navjot Singh Sidhu because he was the best spinner I played against. All the other spinners I played with, they also told me that Sidhu was brilliant against him,” said Warne, naming the team. On Instagram Live.
Sidhu played 51 Tests and 136 ODIs for India, scoring 3,202 and 4,413 runs respectively.
The legendary leg-spinner has picked Virender Sehwag and Sidhu as openers, followed by Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar, Mohammad Azharuddin and Ganguly.
He appointed Nayan Mongia as the team’s goalkeeper. Warne’s team also included 1983 World Cup-winning captain Kapil Dev, spinners Harbhajan Singh and Anil Kumble and Jawagal Srinath.
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“I only pick the players I have played against, and that is why MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli are not going to be part of the team. While Dhoni is the greatest wicketkeeper-batsman to have played the game, Kohli is one of the best. batsman in different formats,” said Warne.
The most notable omission from Warne’s Indian side was VVS. Laxman as he was to become Australia’s nemesis.
“I went for Ganguly because I wanted him to captain my team, that’s why Laxman missed out,” said the former Australian leg-spinner.
Warne’s All-Time India XI: Virender Sehwag, Navjot Singh Sidhu, Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar, Mohammad Azharuddin, Sourav Ganguly (captain), Kapil Dev, Nayan Mongia (wicketkeeper), Harbhajan Singh, Jawagal Kumble Srinath, Anil Srinath.
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Read all breaking news live and get latest news and updates in English from sports and cricket section Navjot Singh Sidhu Cricket Career: The Patiala-born opening batsman was known for his ability to hit huge sixes out of the park.
Cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu suffered a major blow on Thursday as the public mandate of the 2022 Punjab Assembly election results went against him, causing him to lose his seat to Aam Aadmi Party’s Jeevan Jyot Kaur by over 6 margins. 000 votes from Amritsar East.
Along with his political career that started in 2004, Navjot Sidhu also had some troubled days in his cricket career, making his first-class debut against Services in Punjab in November 1981.
An impressive domestic performance for the Punjab team that began with a half-century on debut, it took Sidhu just two years to get his first India call-up after scoring a century for the North Zone against the West in 1983. India.
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However, after scoring a few Tests against the Windies at home, the right-hander was dropped by the Indian team and did not make a comeback until exactly five years later against New Zealand in 1988.
Navjot Singh Sidhu made a grand return to the Indian Test team with an impressive century against the Bengaluru Kiwis.
During his Test career, which ended in January 1999, ‘Sixer Sidhu’, as he was popularly called, scored a total of 3,202 runs in 51 Test matches (78 innings) with 15 assists at an average of 42.13. Half a century and 9 d.
Before returning to the Indian Test team, the now 58-year-old made his ODI debut during the 1987 Cricket World Cup and immediately entered the record books.
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During the tournament, Sidhu scored consecutive half-centuries against Australia, New Zealand, Australia and Zimbabwe, becoming the first player to score four consecutive debut half-centuries in ODIs.
Sidhu played a total of 136 ODIs for India between 1987 and 1998, scoring 4,413 runs at an average of 37.08 with 33 fifties and 6 centuries.
In total, Navjot Sidhu has played 205 matches in his List A cricket career, scoring 7, 186 runs, 55 fifties and 10 tons at an average of 41.77.
Even before his post-graduation in English Journalism from IIMC, Gurpreet was convinced that cricket should be the driving force behind giving him sanity and optimism in all aspects of life. Hailing from Ranchi and representing Jharkhand at the Under-14 level, he believes that the more you delve into the intricacies of the game, the more humble you become that you know nothing. 1996 Navjot Singh Sidhu caused a storm by pulling out of India’s cricket tour of England and going home after falling out with his captain Mohammad Azharuddin.
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A former cricket board official wrote in his recent memoir that Mr Sidhu, then one of India’s established players, was clearly hurt by the profanity used by his captain in “good humour”.
Two years later, Mr. Sidhu allegedly killed a 65-year-old man during a parking dispute in Patiala, Punjab. The man later died in hospital. In 2006, the court found him guilty of premeditated murder. He appealed and in 2018 the High Court sentenced him to a small fine for causing harm, but acquitted him of manslaughter.
A flamboyant and outspoken personality, Mr. Sidhu, 57, attracts endless attention and controversy. Earlier this week, he caused a political stir in his latest incarnation as the head of the Congress party in Punjab, one of three states where India’s main opposition party is in power.
Mr Sidhu, a liberal ex-soldier and veteran politician, resigned this week, barely three months after being elected to lead the party and days after the departure of his main rival and former chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh.
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He appears to be upset with the “inappropriate” appointments in the new Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Chani’s government. Mr. Sidhu’s move infuriated the party leadership and generated memes. “I am ready to sacrifice everything, but I will remain loyal to my principles. I am not seeking any position,” he said after resigning.
Sri Sidhu’s critics disagree. He says that after 17 years in politics, first with the Hindu nationalist BJP and now with the Congress, he is an “impulsive and self-centred” politician. “He is a very unusual politician. He is not very experienced, speaks out of turn, is not a team player, does not weigh his words and has a temper,” says political scientist Ashutosh Kumar.
Mr. Sidhu’s friends describe him as a protein freak who has successfully pursued multiple careers. He has been an international cricketer, a TV commentator, a regular guest on India’s biggest comedy show and a judge and reality TV contestant among others.
Peace-loving, he counts Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan among his friends. “My friend Imran Khan has made my life successful. He separated politics from religion,” he once said.
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Experts say that Mr. Sidhu’s cricket reflects his multifaceted personality. He was a rough batsman and bowler at the same time. (He played 51 Test matches for India between 1983 and 1999, averaging 42.13.) “He never went to parties, movies or indulged in any other bad habit to improve his performances,” wrote one news magazine: his List of “lesser known” qualities. Sri Sidhu is very religious and also a vegetarian.
In his second career as a commentator, the flamboyant Mr. Sidhu has built a cult following for his homely quips, with “unique, witty epilogues of tangled metaphors and twisted clichés,” as writer Amit Verma describes them. Take a few examples of “Sidhuism” as its words are known. “Anything positive is better than nothing negative” and “An idle mind is where evil lays its eggs.”
Anandi then began a career as a sharply dressed guest on popular comedy shows, where he donned bright turbans and color-coordinated suits. In 2019, he was fired from the show for his comments after more than 40 Indian soldiers were killed in a deadly attack in Indian-administered Kashmir. Mr. Sidhu’s comment that it was futile to blame Pakistan on the stupidity of “a few individuals” was unpatriotic and widely criticized.
Cricket writer Ayaz Memon said that Mr. Sidhu turned to politics, “using his popularity as a player and commentator to garner beneficial results as a vote-getter”. He has a flamboyant sense of humor and charms the crowd with his colorful eloquence.
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In 2004, he joined BJP and won from Amritsar seat in Punjab. In 2016, he resigned after the party denied him a ticket. He joined the Congress before the state elections the following year. “He is very ambitious and seems to have miscalculated his steps with his recent resignation,” said Rahul Verma, a fellow at the Delhi-based Center for Policy Studies.
With the state elections barely five months away, Mr. Sidhu has positioned himself as a principled politician who wants to “save”.