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    Anil Kumble's Second Innings - the Legend is New India Coach

    • Nicknamed Jumbo, Anil Kumble made his ODI and Test debuts in 1990. (Getty Images)

    • Anil Kumble recorded his first 5-wicket against South Africa at Johannesburg in 1992. He picked up 8 wickets in that match. (Getty Images)

    • 6/12 is one of the memorable spells by Anil Kumble. He claimed the figures against a Richi Richardon-led West Indies in the final of CAB Jubilee tournament for the Hero Cup in Chennai in 1993. Kumble was awarded the Man of the Match for his spectacular performance. (Getty Images)

    • Kumble dismissed all the ten batsmen in a Test match innings, being only the second player to achieve this feat, after Jim Laker of England. He achieved this milestone against Pakistan in 1999 at Ferozshah Kotla. (Getty Images)

    • With a broken jaw and face bandaged, Kumble's spell against West Indies during the Antigua Test in 2002, will always be cricket's most inspiring moment. (Getty Images)

    • Kumble also captained India in Test cricket, and among the fondest of memories is the win over Australia in the Perth Test after the infamous 'Monkeygate' episode. (Getty Images)

    • Anil Kumble became the 77th member of the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame after his name was inducted in the prestigious list during India’s World Cup match against South Africa. Kumble is the fourth India cricketer to be inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame after fellow former captains Bishan Bedi, Kapil Dev and Sunil Gavaskar were inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame in 2009. (Getty Images)

    • Kumble was also bestowed upon the Arjuna Award in 1995, which was followed by him being named the Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1996. (Getty Images)

    • Kumble announced his retirement from International cricket in 2008. He played his last Test against Australia in Delhi's Feroz Shah Kotla stadium and claimed Mitchell Johnson as his last Test match. He claimed three wickets in the drawn Test. (Getty Images)

    • After retirement, Kumble was signed by Royal Challengers Bangalore in the 2009 edition. In the opening match of RCB, Kumble took 5 wickets conceding just 5 runs. He retired from IPL in 2012. (Getty Images)

    • Kumble took retirement from IPL in 2012. RCB appointed him as the chief mentor for the team. Kumble left RCB 2013 and moved to a similar role in Mumbai Indians, where he quit in 2015. (Getty Images)