Cheteshwar Pujara captained India-A cricket team tour of England
Cheteshwar Arvind Pujara
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The brothers Mark and Steve Waugh have both captained the Australian national cricket side.
The inaugural Cricket World Cup was held in England, 1975 and won by the West Indies, who were captained by Clive Lloyd.
John Davison was the captain of the Canadian Cricket team in the 2007 Cricket World Cup.
Ajit Wadekar is a former Indian international cricket player. He was the first Indian one day international team captain. He captained Indian team in its first ODI match in a tour of England in 1974. He played only two ODi matches in that tour and retired from cricket subsequently.
Michael Atherton, England's seventy-first Test captain, was the captain of England for 54 Tests - of which 13 were won, 21 were lost, and 20 were drawn.
Rahul Dravid captained Indian Team in 2007 Cricket World Cup.
Sussex is the oldest Cricket Team of England.
England cricket team was created in 1877.
No one has ever captained England at both professional sports. Reginald ("Tip") Erskine Foster the only man ever to have captained England at both her national sports. He played 5 football internationals for England between 1900 and 1902 and captained England against Wales, with 10 professionals under him in 1902. He captained the England cricket team in 3 Test against south Africa in 1907. His 287 in his debut Test at Sydney in the 1903-04 Tour remains, in 2010, the highest Test score by an Englishman in Australia. He scored a series aggregate of 486 on that Tour, at the age of 25. Business pressure prevented him playing more than he did, and he died from diabetes, before insulin was discovered, at the age of 36, He was one of 7 brothers all of whom played cricket for Worcestershire.
Mark Waugh and Steve Waugh
Greg Chappell and Ian Chappell