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Former New Zealand captain Martin Crowe was inducted into the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Cricket Hall of Fame during the Blackcaps’ thrilling one-wicket win over Australia in Auckland.
Crowe induction ceremony came during the lunch break after Australia had been dismissed for 151.
Crowe represented New Zealand in 77 Test matches and scored 5,444 runs, which included 17 centuries and 18 half-centuries, at an average of 45.36.
He also played 143 ODIs and amassed 4,704 runs, which included four centuries and 34 fifties, at an average of 38.55.