Dilawar Hussain pronunciation (help·info) ( born March 19, 1907, Lahore - died on August 26, 1967, Lahore) was an early Indian Test cricketer. Dilawar kept wickets for India in three Test matches. On his debut, Dilawar was made to open the innings against England on a green wicket in Calcutta in 1933/34. He was hit on the head by Morris Nichols and retired. He returned with a bandage over his head, was hit on the thumb by Nobby Clark, but top scored with 59. He made 57 in the second innings and is one of the few cricketers to top score in both innings on debut. He had started his first class career making 64 and 112 in his very first match. His last appearance came about in the 1936 Indian tour of England; Dilawar was in Cambridge at the time and joined the team in England. Cota Ramaswami has painted an exquisite picture of Dilawar  - He was a tall and bulky person with a
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