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He made his Test debut in 1975 and cemented his spot in the side after successful series against New Zealand and England.
Karsan Devjibhai Ghavri pronunciation (help·info) (born 28 February 1951, in Rajkot, Gujarat) is a former Indian cricketer who played in 39 Tests and 19 ODIs from 1974 to 1981. He played in the 1975 and 1979 World Cups.
Despite making his debut in 1975, it was not until the season of 1976–77 that he cemented his spot in the side after series against New Zealand and England. He remained a regular member of the side until 1981. His most successful series came against the West Indies in 1978–79 with 27 wickets. One of his memorable spell came during India's tour of Australia in 1981 during second innings of the 3rd Test match of the series. On the 4th day of that match he got rid of Australia's opening batsman John Dyson and captain Greg Chappell in 2 successive deliveries which set up the stage for India's victory on the final day. India won that match by 59 runs with Kapil Dev doing rest of the damage on the final day of the match.
He was Kapil Dev's bowling partner when the future Indian great made his debut in 1978 against Pakistan at Faisalabad.
Ghavri started his career playing Ranji Trophy for Saurashtra, but later he played for Mumbai. In December 2019, Saurashtra Cricket Association appointed him Head Coach of their Ranji Team. In 2006 he was head coach of Tripra.
Currently, Karsan Ghavri is 70 years, 6 months and 25 days old. Karsan Ghavri will celebrate 71st birthday on a Monday 28th of February 2022.
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