Every player wants to remember his debut. If there is a cricket ground, the batsman wants to score more runs, then the bowler wants to make that day memorable by taking the most wickets, but in spite of this many times, the first match is recorded in history. This happened today, on February 26, 1943, when Alimuddin made his debut in first class cricket.
Alimuddin made his first class debut in the Ranji Trophy match between Rajputana and Baroda. She was then 12 years old and 73 days old. Batting at number three, Alimuddin scored just 13 runs in the first innings, despite being the top scorer.
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The Rajputana team collapsed for 54 runs in 36.2 overs in the first innings. Baroda scored 543 runs in their first innings. Rajputana’s second innings was bowled out for 133 runs and Baroda registered a resounding victory by an innings and 356 runs.
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Born on 15 December 1930 in Ajmer, Alimuddin later represented Pakistan. He played 25 Test matches and scored a total of 1091 runs in 45 innings. He has 2 centuries and 7 half-centuries in Tests.