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He became the first captain to concede an international cricket match. In a One Day International match with 8 wickets in hand, only required 23 runs from 14 balls he, recalled his batsmen from the crease and conceded the match in protest at the bowling of opposing bowler who had bowled 4 bouncers in succession with not one being called wide by the umpires. Who was he?

Asked by Good Citizen, 28 Aug '08 11:43 pm
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Bishan Singh Bedi
Answered by amit kumar, 28 Aug '08 11:46 pm

 
  
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BS Bedi at Sahiwal Pakistan in 1978. Bowlers were Sarfaraz and Imran and batsmen were Vishwanath and Vengsarkar.

Some Pakistani ex player even suggested that Vishy should ride on Vengsarkar's shoulder to play those bouncers.
Answered by rajneesh Rediff, 28 Aug '08 11:48 pm

 
  
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