ICC features NZ’s Marin Crowe on the first day of ICC Hall of Fame month
ICC recently introduced the Hall of Fame month where it will feature the legendary players .
International Cricket Council (ICC) surprised the cricket fans by featuring the New Zealand legend and the former captain of the team Martin Crowe on the first day of its ICC Hall of Fame month on Sunday.
ICC recently introduced the Hall of Fame month where it will feature legendary players. Martin Crowe was the captain of the ODI and the T20 team has also been considered one of the greatest players of all time. Named one of Wisden’s Cricketers of the Year in 1985, he was a player of the tournament at the 1992 World Cup, scoring 456 runs in nine matches. Crowe passed away on 3 March 2016.
Crowe’s legacy has still been considered unmatchable to many players.
ICC took to Twitter to feature the first in its Hall of Fame month.
“We’re launching the #ICCHallOfFame month to celebrate cricket’s finest First up,
’ Martin Crowe – an extraordinary batsman, and captain.”
We’re launching the #ICCHallOfFame month to celebrate cricket’s finest 🎉
— ICC (@ICC) May 16, 2021