Cricketing Career of V B Chandrasekhar
Consequently, V B Chandrasekhar was called to take part in the ODI for India, against New Zealand. In this India vs. New Zealand match, at Visakhapatnam, on December 10, 1988, Chandrasekhar went without making any special performance. However, he rose to prominence, in the 1989-90 seasons. He achieved two marvellous hundreds in the Duleep Trophy. In the initial phase of 1990, V B Chandrasekhar, made a comeback in the national squad. He underwent the expedition to New Zealand. Chandrasekhar made a stunning beginning with 92 and 71 in the First-class cricket. His last ODI was in the Australia vs. India match on March 8, 1990. Nevertheless, V B Chandrasekhar was one of the prime factors behind the rejoicing victory of the state of Tamil Nadu in Ranji Trophy, in 1987-88, with a mountainous total above 550 runs with over 551 runs.
Chandrasekhar has played 81 First-class cricket matches and made a total 4999 runs, with a highest score of 237 and average of 43.09. Furthermore, he has played 41 List-A matches, with 1053 total runs and a highest score of 88. His average in these matches is 26.32. Chandrasekhar has the proud record of procuring 572 runs in the 1991-92 seasons. He had worked as the captain of the Tamil Nadu team for some years, prior to his joining hands with the team of Goa.
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Retirement from Cricket by VB Chandrasekhar
VB Chandrasekhar retired from cricket in the late 1990s. With his sheer merit, he had bagged 3971 runs, at an average of 41.80 in the national contest. His topmost score was 237, not out for Goa, against Kerala. Presently, he maintains a cricket academy with good infrastructural facilities, at Chennai, which was established in 1997. The students at the cricket academy have profited greatly through the knowledge and experience of VB Chandrasekhar and his coaching methods.
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