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"FIVE CRICKETERS WHO HAD A SUCCESSFUL CAREERS DESPITE HAVING A DISABILITY"


These cricketers have a big plans, and successful careers despite of their disabled conditions. Here's the list of the Best Cricketers you can admire.

MANSOOR ALI KHAN PATAUDI / NEW ZEALAND CRICKET TEAM

Former Indian Captain Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi lost his right eye in a car crash at the age of 20. He played cricket with one vision, and the disability never affected his game. Under his leadership, India registered it's first ever Test series win overseas in New Zealand in the year of 1968. Pataudi was appointed India's cricket captain at the age of 21, and described as "One of Greatest"

TONY GREIG / ENGLAND CRICKET TEAM

Tony Greig is was a formidable all-rounder for England and even captained the English side. He was suffered from epilepsy and developed a disease as a result of his accident at the age of 12. Despite of his disability he played over 50 Test each. Greig qualified to play for the England cricket team by virtue of his Scottish parentage. He was a tall all-rounder who bowled both medium pace and off spin. Greig was captain of England from 1975 to 1977, and captained Sussex.

MARTIN GUPTILL / NEW ZEALAND CRICKET TEAM

Martin Guptill would've never imagined achieving such feats after playing with just two toes on his left foot. Guptill had a tragic forklift accident and lost his three toes at the age of 13. Despite of this, Martin James Guptill is a New Zealand international cricketer who plays as an opening batsman in limited overs formats of the game. Thus batter has name for himself scoring a plethora of runs in both tournaments of ODI and T20Is formats.

SHIOAIB AKHTAR / PAKISTAN CRICKET TEAM

Shoaib Akhtar was the most of fearsome bowlers in the International Cricket of his Era. Akhtar was a flat footed which made running difficult, He further had a hyper extension in his joints causing the filling of fluids in his knees. Shoaib Akhtar is a Pakistani former cricketer and commentator. Nicknamed the "Rawalpindi Express", he was the first bowler to be recorded bowling at 100 miles per hour, a feat he achieved twice in his career.

JONTY RHODES / SOUTH AFRICA CRICKET TEAM

Jonty Rhodes is hailed most of best fielder of all time in International cricket. Rhodes famous run of Inzamam-ul-Haq is counted among the greatest moment in the Cricket World Cup. He was diagnosed mild epilepsy when he was a kid , the Doctors advised to him to don't go some other physical activity that could give him a head injury. But no one can predict our life, he was one of the successful cricketer and a great fielder at the same time to take 100 ODI catches.

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