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Question: The (senior) Nawab of Pataudi achieved a one-off in Indian cricket history. What was it?

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  1. He played for England and India
  2. He played for India and Pakistan
  3. He never lost a game
  4. He played for Sri Lanka and India

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1. He played for England and India

The (senior) Nawab of Pataudi achieved a one-off in Indian cricket history as "He played for England and India".


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Mohammed Iftikhar Ali Khan Siddiqui Pataudi was born on 16th March 1910 in Pataudi, Punjab, British India.

Pataudi with a historic and rich legacy ambling behind senior pataudi, was trained in cricket by Oxford cricketer in school and later, coached in England by Frank Woolley.

In his cricketing career, he became the only Indian cricketer to have played for India and England.

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