Previous India chief and Baroda legend Dattajirao Gaekwad has died, matured 95. As per the Press Trust of India, Gaekwad, the country’s most established living Test cricketer at the hour of his passing, kicked the bucket in a Baroda clinic on Tuesday (February 13) old enough related sickness.

Gaekwad made his India debut at Leeds in 1952 during the nation’s most memorable post-Autonomy visit through Britain. On the whole, he played 11 Tests somewhere in the range of 1952 and 1961 getting done with a lone 50 years against the West Indies in Delhi.

Gaekwad, a first-class batsman who scored 5788 runs in 110 games, scored 17 centuries, including a best of 249* against Maharashtra, one of three double-century performances at this level. He was captain when Baroda won the Ranji Trophy in 1957-58.

Anshuman, Gaekwad’s son, went on to coach the national team in the 1990s and play for the country in 40 Test matches.