The man who led the West Indies to victory in the first Test in England has died at the age of 92.

sony ramadhin was a spinner who represented the West Indies from 1950 to 1961. He was 92 years old at the time of his death.

sony ramadhin has played 45 Tests for the West Indies, taking 158 wickets. His best innings was 07 for 49. The best bowling performance in a match is 11 for 152 runs. His average is 28.98 and his economy is 1.97.

ramadhin was the man who led the West Indies to their first Test victory in England in 1950. It was the second match of the series in which he took 11 wickets for 152 runs. West Indies won the toss and elected to bat.

West Indies won the third and fourth Tests. Right-arm spinner and spinner Ramadeen took 3 for 5 and 10 for one at the end of the tournament. He took 26 wickets in that tournament. His colleague Alpha Valentine was very supportive of him.

The exploitation of these two on this journey
Was the reason for the famous calispo song “Crycat Lovely Crycat”.

Sonny Ramadeen, who served the West Indies well, was 92 years old at the time of his death. His grandson Kyle Hogg tweeted:

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