Dilawar Hussain Age, Height, Weight, Bio & Family

Dilawar Hussain

Dilawar Hussain was an Indian cricketer in the pre-independence period. He was a wicketkeeper- batsman who played three Tests for India. He opened the batting in the second Test against England at Calcutta in 1933-34. He was struck on the head by a delivery from Morris Nichols and was forced to retire hurt. He returned to the crease the next morning with grit and determination and top scored with 59. In the second innings, when India was forced to follow on, he again top scored with 57. He was among the few cricketers who top scored in both innings on debut. On the 1936 tour of England, he appeared in the Oval Test scoring 35 and 54 batting at No. 3. In his first class career that extended from 1924 to 1941, he amassed more than 2000 runs including four centuries. He was a founder member of the Cricket Control Board in Pakistan and a Test selector.

Dilawar Hussain

Dilawar Hussain Age, Height, Weight, Bio & Family

Biography
Born Name Dilawar Hussain
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Occupation Indian cricketer
Personal Life
Date of Birth 19 March 1907
Died 26 August 1967
Place of Birth Lahore (now in Pakistan)
Nationality Indian
Ethnicity Indian
Zodiac Sign Pisces
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Career Highlights
International Debut Test – 5 January 1934 vs England at Kolkata
Domestic/State Team Northern India, Uttar Pradesh, Muslims, Central India
Stats No. of Test played – 3

Runs scored: 254 (scored 3 half-centuries); Highest score: 59

Education
Education Qualification Doctorate in Philosophy
Double M.A.
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College Cambridge University
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