New Delhi: It is the dream of every cricketer that he must play cricket once for his country and earn a lot of name. But there were also 4 legendary Indian cricketers, who got a chance to play One Day International for India, but the same match proved to be their last match. Let’s take a look at 4 such cricketers:
1. Faiz Fazal
Born on 7 September 1985 in Nagpur, Maharashtra, Faiz Fazal is a left-handed batsman. Joe plays for Vidarbha cricket team, having previously played for Central Zone, India Red, India Under-19, Railways and Rajasthan Royals. In the 2015–16 Deodhar Trophy, Faiz Fazal scored a 112-ball 100 for India A in the final against India B. Faiz Fazal scored 127 runs for Rest of India in a successful run-chase of 480 against Mumbai in the 2015–16 Irani Cup. In July 2018, he was named as the captain of the India Blue team for the 2018–19 Duleep Trophy. went. Faiz Fazal played his first One Day International match against Zimbabwe, and in this he scored 55 runs in 61 balls at a strike rate of 90.16, but now this first One Day International match has also proved to be his last match.
2. Parvez Rasool
Parvez Rasool, 30, is an all-rounder player born on 13 February 1989 in Jammu and Kashmir. Parvez Rasool is a right handed batsman and off break bowler. Parvez Rasool was bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for 95 lakhs (US$140,000) in the 2014 IPL auction. Parvez Rasool was the first cricketer from Jammu and Kashmir, who got a chance to play in the IPL. Parvez Rasool made his ODI debut for the Indian cricket team against Bangladesh in Mirpur on 15 June 2014, but his first ODI match proved to be his last match. Parvez Rasool did not get a chance to bat in this match, but he There were 2 wickets in the bowling.
3. Pankaj Singh
Pankaj Singh played the first ODI of his career against Sri Lanka on 5 June 2010, but his first match proved to be his last match. Born on 6 May 1985 in Sultanpur, Uttar Pradesh, Pankaj Singh was a fast bowler. Pankaj Singh gave 45 runs in 42 balls against Sri Lanka, but did not take a single wicket.
4. B.S. chandrashekhar
B.S. Chandrasekhar played 58 Test matches, taking 242 wickets at an average of 29.74, in which he spent a career spanning 16 years. Chandrasekhar is the only cricketer in the world who has taken more wickets than runs in his entire Test and first-class career. He was awarded the Padma Shri in 1972. In 1972, Chandrashekhar was named as the Wisden Cricketer of the Year, in 2002 he won the Wisden Award for India. Now if we talk about his One Day International match, Chandrashekhar played against New Zealand in 1976, in which he took 3 wickets for 36 runs at an average of 12 in bowling and in batting he has scored 11 runs in 13 balls.