A video showing former Indian cricketers remembering Rahul Dravid, who retired from international and domestic first-class cricket on Friday.

 

Dravid has achieved truly staggering numbers over a glittering 16-year career, with the most remarkable being his 13288 Test runs, the second most aggregate in the game's history.

 

Nicknamed the “Wall” for his dour defence and technical proficiency, Dravid is one of the most successful Test batsmen overseas, accumulating 7690 runs at 53.03, which places him above West Indies' Brian Lara and Ricky Ponting of Australia.

 

With 8705 runs in 106 matches, only Sachin Tendulkar is ahead of Dravid.

 

The 39-year-old Dravid has an impressive average of 52.31 and aggregates second only to Tendulkar who has 15470 runs in 188 Tests.