5 cricketers who changed their countries in recent years!!

Change is constant!

But how and when it happens, that’s the skill to observe!

We’re back with the names of fab-five cricketers who changed their countries in recent years!

Cricketers who don’t receive proper opportunities in their hometown countries will play for other countries to develop their cricketing skills.

So, let’s Check their names!

First is talented South African speedster Moren Morkel, who played 247 internationals and took 544 wickets. The 36-year-old charm also showed his presence in 70 IPL matches and represented different teams like KKR, RR and Delhi Capitals.

But last month, this super talented cricket changed his country from South Africa to Australia and become a permanent resident. He’s also signed by the Big Bash League for the upcoming season and easily gained the residency because of his Australian wife!

Second is Corey Anderson, well known enthralling Kiwi performer who had won everyone’s heart with his performance. He showed his presence in 2014 IPL, playing for five times winning team Mumbai Indians and scored stunning 95 runs. 

He also changed his country from New Zealand and signed a 3 years contract with USA’s Major League Cricket because of lack of opportunities to play at international level. 

Third is Anshuman Rath who’s a former captain of team Hong Kong and known after his team gave the Indian cricket team a run for their money in Asia cup 2018. 

He was based in Nagpur and represented his team in 38 international games, but later on he changed his mind and decided to return to India.

Fourth is Pakistan’s leg-break pacer Usman Qadir who made his debut against Zimbabwe and showed his skills to everyone in his first three T20I games against the African country. 

His father was also a great spinner of his time but recently Usman showed his interest to represent Australia rather than Pakistan.

Australian coach Darren Berry motivated him to join their team as they saw his performance in domestic cricket of Western Australian team. He also got a BBL contract from Perth Scorchers and will be seen in the BBL! 

Last but not the least is Sami Aslam, who’s the former Pakistan Test match opener and represented his country in 13 Tests and 4 ODIs. But he was disappointed as the selectors didn’t give him another opportunity in 2017 Test match to show his worth against Sri Lanka.

Recently he also faced some problems with his domestic team Southern Punjab due to which he decided to plying his trade for Balochistan.

So, let’s see will the country changing cricketers will be satisfied in future on not!

Until then, keep reading the updates and keep observing the change.

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