India won the Champion’s Trophy in England by beating the Australian team in the finals 4-0. The spot-fixing conspiracies were around at the time and were cleared by the time this edition of the book was released. When Mukul Mudgal was appointed as the head of the commission for the spot fixing charge’s investigation, advices in this edition that betting must be made legal in India as it is a country where Cricket is considered a religion. An entire section is dedicated to who is referred to as the God of Indian Cricket, the little master Sachin Tendulkar. It also covers the story of the now 97 years old B. K. Garudachar, a brilliant all-rounder, which might as well be the story of one of the two players inducted to the Hall of Fame. The Ranji Trophy turns 80! Hence the book covers the story of B. B. Nimbalkar. It also talks about how and why the Rajasthan Royals players carried pink dolls to the field and also outside during the IPL matches. This paperback edition is a must read for cricket zealots!
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