Legendary cricketer Rahul Dravid takes on the Lord’s Catching Challenge. Dravids’s volume of work over a 16-year period in Tests and ODIs combined is staggering: 508 matches, 24,177 runs, 48 hundreds and 396 catches. He was arguably the best Indian batsman after Sachin Tendulkar. Dravid is universally acknowledged as one of the finest and most respected ambassadors of the game. The invite to deliver the Sir Bradman Oration, which he did with aplomb, underlined the cerebral side of his persona. Dravid is an ornament to cricket. The end of his cricketing career was tragic. After three hugely successful series, Dravid had one poor series in Australia in 2011-12. Rahul Dravid is hit in the stomach by James Anderson’s delivery