Former Indian Cricketer Deepak Shodhan has died aged 87. Shodhan passed away at his residence in Ahmedabad. He was suffering from lung cancer which was detected in February this year. Shodhan was given his first India captenship at 25 against Pakistan at Eden Gardens in 1952  Shodhan had long domestic career, playing for Gujarat and Baroda in the Ranji Trophy and was a title-winner in 1957-58. Shodhan had made his debut in 1946-47 had struck his first century.

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