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Not a single century, batting averages of 13 and became the US team coach

.Dayadra Mandal,Kolkata;



India's former Test wicket-keeper Kiran More has been appointed by the United States as the Chief Coach of its cricket team. More will replace Prabu DanaNayake of Sri Lanka. Tenanayake's tenure e…





.Dayadra Mandal,Kolkata;



India's former Test wicket-keeper Kiran More has been appointed by the United States as the Chief Coach of its cricket team. More will replace Prabu DanaNayake of Sri Lanka. Tenanayake's tenure ended in March 2019. His tenure was extended to December-2015 though.

Under the guidance of DanaNike, the team achieved the status of international team in ODIs by defeating Hong Kong by 84 runs. More has worked as a wicketkeeping consultant with the Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Apart from More, the United States has appointed Sunil Joshi of India as a spin bowling consultant, and Praveen Amre and Karen Powell have been made batting consultants.

Morey did not make one century, average 13

Former India wicket-keeper batsman Kiran More did not make a single century in his international career. He played 94 ODIs, scoring 563 runs at an average of 13.09. During this period, he did not make a single century or fifty. His highest score in ODIs is 42 runs.

At the same time, he played 49 matches in Test career and scored 1285 runs at an average of 25.70. It includes his 7 half-centuries, while he did not make a single century in Tests.

There were 16 catches in 3 Tests

More is remembered for the 1986 England tour. In the 3 test matches played on this Cricket Tour, Moree had made 16 catches by trapping Tehelka and became Team India's number one wicketkeeper.

Daboo in 1984

Born in Baroda in Gujarat in September, 1962, Kiran More has done wicketkeeping on International Lever for Team India. More debated in the ODI match against England played in Pune in 1984. He played 94 ODIs for Team India and retired from ODI cricket in March 1993.

In addition, he debuted in the Test against England at Lord's in 1986 and played 49 Test matches for India. After this, in August 1993, he said goodbye to the test.

BCCI had made the ban

In 2002, he was selected as the Chief Selector of Team India for 4 years. But in 2007, he abandoned the post and added a link to the ICL (Indian Cricket League). More than this, the BCCI's fire broke out with this move and banned them. However, in 2012, he removed the BCCI's ban on him and got him the ability to work in the Board (BCCI).

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