International Cricket Centuries at the Feroz Shah Kotla

International Cricket Centuries at the Feroz Shah Kotla

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Feroz Shah Kotla is a cricket ground in Delhi, India. The ground has hosted 30 Test matches, the first of these was in 1948 between India and the West Indies. 16 One Day Internationals (ODIs) have also been played at the ground, the first in 1982 between India and Sri Lanka. The West Indian Clyde Walcott became the first Test centurion at the Feroz Shah Kotla when he made 152 against India in 1948. The record for the highest Test century at the ground belongs to the New Zealander Bert Sutcliffe, Sutcliffe scored 230 not out against India in 1955. The highest score by an Indian at the ground is 227 which was made by Vinod Kambli against Zimbabwe in 1993. Sunil Gavaskar has scored the most Test centuries at the ground with more

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