Soon the sons of these great cricketers can play for Team India, showed their talent to the world. Hindi News

New Delhi: There have been many such occasions in the history of Team India when both father and son have played cricket at the international level. The son of legendary cricketers like Lala Amarnath and Sunil Gavaskar also got a chance to play for the Indian team. Now there are 3 such former cricketers whose sons are knocking on the threshold of the Indian team. Let’s have a look at these.

1. Sanjay Bangar’s son Aryan Bangar

Former cricketer Sanjay Bangar has played only 12 Tests and 15 ODIs for Team India. However, he has been more successful as a coach. His son Aryan Bangar had shown the best game in the Cooch Behar Trophy some time ago. Aryan is an all-rounder, he has recently had contact with English county junior team Leicestershire, so it would not be wrong to say that he can knock in the national team.

2. Arjun Tendulkar, son of Sachin Tendulkar

Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar is counted among the greatest cricketers in the world, he has made many batting records in his international career. His son Arjun Tendulkar is also a professional cricketer. This year he has been included in the Mumbai Indians team of IPL. If he is able to show his bowling skills in the coming times, then the path of Team India will not be difficult for him.

3. Samit Dravid, son of Rahul Dravid

The former captain of Team India, Rahul Dravid, who is also known as ‘The Wall’ by the whole world, made his place in crores of hearts by performing well in the Indian cricket team for years. After his retirement, the fans missed him a lot on the field, but now his son Samit Dravid has started following in the footsteps of his father. Like his father, Samit is also working hard in preparing to become a brilliant cricketer.

In the year 2019, while playing in the Junior League organized by the Karnataka State Cricket Association, Samit played an innings of 201 runs and after that scored an unbeaten 94. Not only this, while bowling, Samit also took three wickets for 26 runs. The committee first came into the limelight in 2015 when he scored three half-centuries for his school Malaya Aditi International while playing Under-12 cricket in Bangalore. Due to these three innings, his team had won the victory.

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