In 2018, Dravid became the fifth Indian to be inducted in ICC’s Hall of Fame.
Mumbai: Both ICC and BCCI faced criticism on Twitter by Indian cricket fans on two separate instances-- firstly, for the ICC listing Rahul Dravid as a left-handed batsman on the 'Hall of Fame' section of their website and secondly, for the BCCI for captioning a photo of Dravid and Shastri as ‘two greats of Indian cricket’. Dravid was spotted at Team India's training session on Friday.
In 2018, Dravid became the fifth Indian to be inducted in ICC’s Hall of Fame. However, he is listed on the ICC website as a left-handed batsman, leading to many Indian fans getting irked.
Dravid played 164 Tests and 344 ODIs for India from 1996 to 2012 and scored a total of 24,177 runs across the two formats.
##shame on you @ICC . After 16 years of International cricket, 13,288 test runs with 36 centuries and 63 half centuries, 10889 ODI runs with 12 centuries and 83 half centuries you did not even know that, Rahul Dravid is right hand Or Left hand batsman!!!!— samir rout (@businessodisha) September 20, 2019
One of the great is Rahul Dravid, unable to find the other one https://t.co/Jwe7mjyBM4— PoRaPo | ಪೋರಪೋ (@urslikithbh) September 20, 2019