Graham Gooch is a British retired cricket player. He was born on 23 July 1953 in Whipps Cross, Leytonstone, England.
He played for the Essex county team (1973-97), where he was a part of many victories, including six county championships during 1979-92. He has acted as captain for both England and Essex, one of over 25 players to score over 100 first-class centuries and is regarded as being the most successful international batsmen of his time. He has played 118 Test matches (8,900 runs and a top score of 333) and played in 125 ODI matches (4,290 runs and a top score of 142). Once he retired from competitive sport, he turned to coaching and commentating work.
Awards and Achievements:
Inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame (2009)
Received an OBE for his services to cricket
Second highest run scorer in Test cricket (8,900 runs)
Second most capped England player (118)
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