Kepler Wessels To Eoin Morgan: 15 Cricketers Who Played For 2 Teams In International Cricket

EE madhya Ireland cricket la baga adutundi….monna mana meedha close calls lo matches odipoina Ireland team recent ga New Zealand tho kuda baga adutundi. Ippudu manchi form lo unna Ireland team players meeda England Cricket Board oka kannu esi unchindi. Adi enti Ireland players adithe ECB vallaki em sambandam anukuntunnara? Adi enti ante Ireland lo adina chala mandi cricketers ni ECB team loki teesukunna incidents unnayi past lo. England Team ki World Cup tecchi pettina Captain Eoin Morgan ila Ireland nundi England team loki occhina vaade.

Not Just Eoin Morgan, Here’s The List Of Cricketers Who Played For 2 Teams In International Cricket

1. Gul Mohammad – Played For India & Pakistan

Gul Mohammad, a shortman of 5′ 5 but a brilliant attacking left-handed batsman and fine fielder in the covers. He represented Indian Team before 1947 and he later joined Pakistan Cricket Team after the Indo-Pak partition.

2. Keppler Wessels – Played For Australia & South Africa

Keppler is South Africa born and started International cricket career representing Australia from 1982-85. He played 24 tests for Aus, and later captained South Africa from 1992-1994.

3. Abdul Hafeez Kardar – Played For India & Pakistan

He played for the Indian side in 1946 and left for Pakistan after partition. He captained the Pakistan Test team from 1952-58 during his tenure, Pakistan won six, lost six and drew eleven matches in a total of 23 Tests.

4. Ed Joyce – Played For Ireland & England

Joyce played 1 Test And 61 ODIs for Ireland, Later in 2005 Joyce qualified to play for England after he moved his permanent residence to the UK. On the England side he played 17 ODIs and scored 471 runs.

5. Amir Ilahi – Played For India & Pakistan

Amir Illahi appeared once for India, against Australia at Sydney in 1947, and 5 times for Pakistan.

6. Luke Ronchi – Played For Australia & Newzealand

Ronchi was Newzealand born but started professional cricket for Australian side & also played for NZ team.

7. Boyd Rankin – Played For Ireland & England

Rankin the Fast bowler who played for Irish side from 20007-2012 and for England side from 2013-2014 later returned to Irish side in 2016.

8. Xavier Marshall – Played For West Indies & USA

Marshall represented the West Indies at the 2006 U-19 Cricket World Cup in Sri Lanka. He played ODIS, scoring 554 runs at an average of 50.36, with a best score of 106. Marshall tested positive in a drug test and moved to the USA to play Cricket.

9. David Wiese – Played For South Africa & Namibia

Wiese made his T20I debut for South Africa against Sri Lanka on 2 August 2013. He played for South Africa side from 2013-16 and joined Namibia team after he made a deal with Sussex which made him ineligible to represent South Africa.

10. Hayden Walsh – Played For USA & West Indies

11. Eoin Morgan Played For Ireland & England

The World Cup Winning English Captain Morgan is Ireland born and started his cricket career with Ireland in 2006. Morgan played in 23 ODIs for Ireland, scoring 744 runs at an average of 35.42.

In 2012 Morgan got selected for England’s side and was named as Captain in no time. Morgan played 225 ODIs, 16 Tests with 6.957 runs and 700 runs in respective formats.

12. Van Der Merwe – Played For South Africa & Netherlands

Van der Merwe was selected in the South Africa team for the 2004 U-19 Cricket World Cup, he played 5 matches, scored 129 runs and took 3 wickets.In 2015, Van der Merwe secured a Dutch passport and was selected to play against Nepal in a four match series.

13. Dougie Brown – Played For England & Scotland

Brown was named in England’s one-day squad for four nations Champions Trophy at Sharjah in 1997. He got selected for Scotland in the 2005 ICC Trophy. He took 11 wickets in the tournament, and scored 59 runs in the final, to help Scotland win the competition.

14. John Traicos – Played For South Africa & Zimbabwe

He made his Test match debut for South Africa against Australia at Durban in February 1970 and he he was banned after apartheid racism issue By South Africa Cricket Board.

Later he joined the Zimbabwe Team in the 1983 Cricket World Cup, playing an important part of the side which inflicted a shock defeat on Australia. He captained the side for Zimbabwe in 6 matches at the 1987 World Cup.

15. Dirk Nannes – Played For Netherland s & Australia

The fast bowler who made his international debut for The Netherlands in the first match of the 2009 ICC World Twenty20, opening the bowling in their surprise win over England. After a few matches with Netherlands, he got selected to the Australian T20I team in August 2009.

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