Cricket News sort by Rahul Sharad Dravid

While 2011 certainly belongs to England they have the top billing in Tests and, rightfully, lead the charts too -- the cherry on the cake is none other than Rahul Dravid.

The impressive performances in the first two Tests of the ongoing series against the West Indies saw Rahul Dravid break into the top 10 while VVS Laxman climbed to 13th spot in the ICC Test rankings for batsmen issued on Friday.

Rahul Dravid reciprocated well and provided a fitting end to his glorious one-day international career spanning 15 years and 344 matches when he hit a typically assured 69 against England in Cardiff, Wales, on Friday.

Here we look back at some of those moments of Dravid's career which make us to bewilder in awe about the peak the Karnataka batsman reached in his 15-year-long career.

Age doesn't matter until you perform well", is a line which is quoted often whenever a question is asked about a player who touches a threshold age, set not by the player himself but the so-called pundits of the game

Earlier, in the third Test, Dravid was ruled caught-behind off James Anderson in India's second innings even though his bat had hit his shoelace, and not the ball.

Veteran India batsman Rahul Dravid is set to play his first -- and last -- Twenty20 international in the one-off game against England at Old Trafford here on Wednesday.

ICC Player Rankings: Almost all the top Indian batsmen apart from Rahul Dravid slipped in the latest ICC Test Rankings for batsman released on Tuesday.