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Inspirational Cricket Stories That Will Leave You in Awe

By Ravi - April 17, 2023 - Last updated on Apr 17, 2023 03:43 PM
Inspirational Cricket Stories That Will Leave You in Awe

Inspirational Cricket Stories

Cricket is one of the most loved games in the world. In which there are some ups and downs all the time and the one who goes through this becomes successful in cricket, which makes even the impossible possible. And today we will talk about those players who have surprised everyone in the history of cricket.

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1. Ishan Kishan


Ishan Kishan was born on 18 July 1998 in a Brahmin family in Nawada district of Bihar. His father's name was Pranav Kumar Pandey's name was Suchitra Singh. Ishan Kishan started playing cricket at the age of 7. Ishan's coach one day Contacted his father and told him that his son plays cricket very well. Told him to take cricket seriously. Ishan Kishan you paid a lot of attention to cricket.

In the 2016–17 Ranji Trophy, Ishaan scored 273 against Delhi on 6 November 2016. In the Ranji Trophy, this was the highest score by a player for Jharkhand. After which Gujarat Lions bought Ishan during the 2016 IPL auction. And then he was bought by Mumbai Indians in the 2018 IPL auction. Ishan Kishan was selected in India's Twenty20 International (T20I) squad for the series against England in February 2021.

2. Mahendra Singh Dhoni


Mahendra Singh Dhoni was born in 1981 in Jharkhand. His father's name is Paan Singh and mother's name is Devki Devi. His father was a junior manager (a public sector undertaking under the Ministry of Steel). His mother was a housewife. Mahendra Singh Dhoni, along with his cricket career, did the job of TTE at Kharagpur railway station. His father wanted him to do a government job.

Made his international debut in 2004. His brilliance with the bat came to the fore in his match-winning 148 in the fifth international against Pakistan. Within a year he had joined India's Test team. Mahendra Singh Dhoni took over the captaincy of the one-day team in 2007 and led India to the Twenty20 (T20) world title.

3. Pat Cummins

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Pat Cummins was born on 8 May 1993 in Westmead, Australia. Pat Cummins lost almost a centimeter of his middle finger early in his life. As a child, his sister slammed the door on him, cutting the top of his finger. At the age of 18, the right-handed batsman made his Test debut in South Africa.

Cummins struggled with injuries early in his career, which kept him out of action for years, until he was able to play his second Test after a break of six years. But, since his return to cricket, he has not looked back. Today Pat Cummins is one of the best Test bowlers in the ICC rankings and is known for his excellent line and length.

4. Yashasvi Jaiswal


Yashasvi Jaiswal was born on 28 December 2001 in a poor family in Suriawan district of Uttar Pradesh. Now he plays for Rajasthan Royals. Yashasvi Jaiswal bats left-handed in the top order and bowls right-arm leg break. He has five siblings and his father owns a modest hardware shop.

After not getting a place to stay, Yashasvi was forced to live in a tent with the groundsman at Azad Maidan. Yashasvi Jaiswal used to practice in the morning and had to sell pani puri in the evening. In the auction in 2020, RR picked up Jaiswal for INR 3.2 Crore. This IPL salary changed the life of him and his family

5. Thangarasu Natarajan


Thangarasu Natarajan was born on 4 April 1991 in Salem district of Tamil Nadu state to S. Thangarasu and mother Santa Natarajan. These are four siblings His wife's name is Pavitra Natarajan Thangarasu Natarajan Life has been full of ups and downs for Thangarasu Natarajan, the son of a daily wage laborer and a street vendor. The speedster from Chinnappampatti, a small town 36 km from Salem, overcame all odds to reach the top.

Natarajan, who was bought by Kings XI Punjab in 2017 for INR 3 crore, now supports his parents and four younger siblings. Thangarasu Natarajan On 5 January 2015, he made his first-class debut for Tamil Nadu in the 2014–15 Ranji Trophy. He made his T20I debut for Tamil Nadu in the 2016–17 Inter State T20 tournament on 29 January 2017. On 20 September 2018, he made his List A debut for Tamil Nadu in the 2018–19 Vijay Hazare Trophy.

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