Bishan Singh Bedi, the previous India chief and unbelievable spinner.
Bishan Singh Bedi, has died in Delhi, matured 77, after delayed sickness.
Bedi, is the best left-arm spinners, was a piece of India's popular twist group of four comprising of B. Chandrasekhar, Erapalli Prasanna and Srinivas Venkataraghavan during the 1970s.
In a heavenly five star vocation, Bedi got 1560 wickets - more than some other Indian cricketer.
Bishan Singh Bedi Making his Test debut in 1967 against the West Indies.
Bedi proceeded to play 67 Tests and ten ODIs for India.
Bishan Singh Bedi picked just seven ODI wickets in cricket.
Bedi was a most memorable success. That success came in the 1975 World Cup against East Africa, a game in which Bedi enlisted dazzling figures of 12-8-6-1 to assist with bowling out the resistance for only 120.
In Tests, Bedi figured out how to wrap up with 266 wickets, including 14 five-wicket .
The left-arm spinner also had a very successful stint in County Cricket with Northamptonshire.
Bishan Singh Bedi led Delhi to their Ranji Trophy titles in 1979 and 1980.