This day in history: 21st March
1971: Sunil Gavaskar scored his first ever Test century, 116 against the West Indies.
1998: Australia’s heaviest post-WWII defeat, an innings and 219 run loss to India.
1935: Birthday of Brian Clough, one of the greatest managers of English football, who led Derby and Nottingham to European glory.
1980: Birthday of Brazilian star and 2-time FIFA Footballer of the Year, Ronaldinho.
1960: Birthday of Ayrton Senna, one of the greatest drivers F1 has ever seen. He would have been 53 today.
1980: U.S President Jimmy Carter announces boycott of Moscow Olympics.
1985: Arthur Ashe is named into the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
1941: Joe Louis knocks out Abe Simon in 13th round for the World Heavyweight title.
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