List Of Top 10 Cricket Players Who Have Played For Two Nations

Cricketers, at the present time, are regarded as the most vital thing. The sport for which they get broadly distinguished all over the globe has always been a trendy game since its beginning by the Englishmen during the 19th century. Here are some cricketers who have showcased their skills for two nations -

Abdul Hafeez Kardar:

He was a global cricket player who featured in Test cricket for both the nations including India and Pakistan. After independence, Abdul Hafeez Kardar switched to the Pakistan cricket squad and turned out to be Pakistan’s first Test skipper.

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John James Ferris:

John James Ferris, commonly acknowledged as JJ Ferris took birth in Sydney. He made his matchless debut for New South Wales in opposition to England that was against the English squad headed by Alfred Shaw.

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Gul Mohammad:

Gul Mohammad is one of the players who have played Test cricket for both India as well as Pakistan. In spite of being short, he was an superb left-hand batter and a well known fieldsman in the covers.

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Billy Midwinter:

Born in England, Billy Midwinter made his Test debut during the first ever Test game for Australia in the year 1877, in opposition to England. Billy Midwinter played total 8 Test matches for Australia.

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Amir Elahi:

He was born on 1st September 1908 in Lahore, Pakistan. For the very first time, he played for India. Afterward, Amir started playing for Pakistan after bagging the status of a Test playing country in the year 1952-53.

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Dirk Nannes:

Dirk Nannes turned famous after playing for Delhi Daredevils in IPL and was afterward called by Netherlands side.

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Iftikhar Ali Khan Pataudi:

Iftikhar Ali Khan Pataudi — dad of the well known personality Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, played for both India and England. He was the captain of the Indian cricket squad for the tour to England in the year 1946.

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Kepler Wessels:

He was the first cricket player to have played ODIs for two nations, South Africa and Australia.

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S M J Woods:

S M J Woods also called Sammy Woods was an Australian cricket player who symbolized both Australia and England in Test cricket and afterward played 13 times for England at rugby union.

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Albert Trott:


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One of Australia’s terrific cricket players, Albert Trott burst onto the scene playing against England in Adelaide.

by Neetu Panwar | Wed, Apr 24 - 03:29 PM

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