Cricketers Who Faced Poverty Before Playing For India

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Cricket in India is not just a sport it is much more than it. Many aspiring youth dream to make it in team India but it is not that easy to be the part of it, as per due to huge competition and huge potential in Indian cricketers people find it a lot difficult to make their place in world’s best team India. But when a person has potential and dedication then no one can stop him from making big in his career. Still, you may not believe that many Indian legendary players have struggled a lot due to poverty and lack of resources. So, today we are gonna discuss about some players who have struggles a lot.

The Indian Cricket team

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Today team India is world’s best team in terms of batting, bowling and fielding. Every player from every part of country works hard alot to become its part and Indian players have a lot of potential that’s why their is no lack of talent in India.

Every player is gem

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We all know that no matter if he is our Captain Virat Kohli, or our openers Rohit or Dhawan, our wicket keeper MS Dhoni and Dinesh Kartik and our bowler Bumrah, Bhubneshwar, Chahal everyone performs their best in every match.

Our unbreakable records

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As our all the players are to talented that’s why Indian cricket team has dozens of unbreakable world records. But these players struggle story is too much inspiring so we must know them.

Our Star Bowler Umesh Yadav

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Umesh also had a very hard struggling life. His parents were daily paid labours in coal mine and they had to struggle a lot to earn for their daily expenses like house rent and two time meal.

Our opening 'Sultan' Virendra Shewag

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The best and hardcore opener of team India had also struggles alot in his initial days. He had to travel 84 kms from his village to city in his bicycle which took hours to travel. But when things start giving us results it becomes an addiction.

Highest wicket taker Harbhajan Singh

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The terminator of India also had lots of hurdels in his life. He belonged to a below average family his father was a truck driver. He had big dremas regarding cricket, but eventually he was rejected dozens of times in Punjab trials. There was a time when he decided to be a truck driver and taxi driver but destiny gave his cricket a chance.

The pace bowler Mohammed Shami

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The star pace bowler of India belonged to a very poor village which didn’t have any electricity and water for daily use. His school coach was impressed by his skills so he sent him to Kolkata for playing at a huge level but eventually he didn’t have a single penny to buy one time meal. So, he used to live in Masjid for food and shelter.

Our record breaker Vinod Kamli

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His father used to work under a mechanic for Rs. 500 per month and he has also worked for various part time jobs just for his cricket coaching fees and cricket bat money.

The Sir Jadeja

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Our ‘Sir Jadeja’ has also faced a lot of financial crisis. His father used to work as a security guard. The things got totally change when his father passed away at a very early age. Then he decided to quit cricket and work as a labour but her younger sister became his biggest support and fulfilled her dreams.

Fastest Bowler of India

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India’s fastest bowler Zaheer Khan’s parents didn’t have enough money to eat two time meals so they send her to his aunt. She was a helper in hospital and he used to live with her in a small staff room with no bed and space.

Munaf Patel the wicket taker bowler

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His parents were daily paid labours they didn’t have 3 times meals in a day. Even Munaf has also worked as a tea seller and cobber for helping his family. Buying shoes was his biggest dream, he used to play barefoot. But after his potential and talent appreciation his villagers collected donation and bought a kit for him.

The best all rounders Pathan Brothers

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They used to live and eat in mosque as they had no house to live and no money to buy food. There father used to work as watch man and used to get Rs. 250 per month as salary. After seeing his sons talent and dedication he worked for double shifts just make his children dreams come true. He used to collect torn sports shoes and stich them on his own so that his children can play properly.

Inspirational Story

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Every player do have a struggling story but dedication and hard work beats them all.

Chase your dreams

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We all have dreams in our lives like these players had in their lives. So, do set a goal and chase it to bvecome successful in your life. By above article we got to know about their struggle, so tell what’s your excuse?
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