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This foreign cricketer wants to play in Team India, left the captaincy of his country and came to India

This foreign cricketer  wants to play in Team India, left the captaincy of his country and came to INDIA


The Indian cricket team is one of the best cricket teams in the world and perhaps every youth in India will dream of representing Team India internationally. But when we say that foreign players also dream of playing in Team India, it will not be wrong because today we will talk about a player who left the captaincy of his country for the dream of playing in India and came to India.




In the Asia Cup, the dhamal


We are talking about Hong Kong star cricketer and captain Ansuman Rath, who had won a lot of hearts for Indian fans thanks to his impressive performance in the Asia Cup, who presented a tremendous performance against the Indian cricket team during the Asia Cup. Now Ansuman Rath is wishing to play in India, which has led him to leave the captaincy of his country and come to India, though he is a player of Indian origin.



Ansuman Rath is an Indian-origin player


The house of Anshuman Rath is originally located in Satyanagar, Odisha, India, belonging to an Odia family. In the late 1990s, his father left India for business and settled in Hong Kong. Ansuman was born in Hong Kong in the year 1997. Left-hander batsman Anshuman Rath made a debut in ODI cricket on November 8, 2014 against Papua New Guinea in Australia for Hong Kong. He became the team's wicketkeeper and captain.




But now Anshuman Rath wants to play cricket for India, which has also come to India and Anshuman has also taken a rented house in Nagpur. At the same time, Anshuman Rath has also registered to play Ranji Trophy and Vijay Hazare Trophy from Vidarbha Cricket Association and in the coming year he can be seen playing Ranji Trophy on behalf of vidarbha cricket team.

According to you, will Anshuman Rath ever get a chance to represent the Indian cricket team, you give your feedback and judgment in the comment box?


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