Melbourne: Australian Keith Miller, rated as one of cricket's greatest all-rounders, died in Melbourne today. He was 84. Miller played in Don Bradman's Invincibles team on the 1948 tour of England. He was a magnificent attacking batsman, averaging almost 37 in 55 Tests and claimed 170 wickets at 22.97. He made his Test debut in 1946-47 against New Zealand. He retired after the 1956 tour of England. Miller was one of the game's biggest hitters and thrilled crowds with his adventurous play.
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