cricketer who played for two countries. Do you know? Player can play in two countries cricket team, it seems a bit strange. But it is possible. Players of different countries play together in T20. Apart from this, national players of one country have played in the national team of another country. Let us know,
10 cricketer who played for two countries
1. Amir Elahi
After partition, Amir was part of the Indian team. After that he moved to Pakistan and joined the Pakistan team in 1852–53.
2. Iftkhar Pataudi
Nawab Iftkhar Pataudi is the father of former Indian captain Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi. He was part of the England squad from 1932 to 1936. After this, he came to India in 1949. He played cricket for India in England tour this year.
3. Gul Mohammed
Gul Mohammad is the third cricketer to play for India and Pakistan. He became a citizen of Pakistan in 1955, after which he played for Pakistan.
4. Kepler Wessels
Kepler Wessels The former South African captain entered international cricket in 1972, playing for Australia in England. After the color distinction was removed in 1991, the ban was lifted and he played for the African team. In 1929, he was made the captain of the team.
5. Abdul Hafeez Kardar
Abdul Hafeez Kardar was an international cricketer and he has played matches for both India and Pakistan. He is one of the three cricketers representing both India and Pakistan in Test cricket.
6. Geraint Jones
Former English wicketskeeper batsman Jones was part of England for many years. Geraint Jones later played international cricket for Papua New Guinea from 2012 to 2014.
7. Luke Ronchi
Luke Ranchi entered international cricket in 2007. He first became part of the Australia team, later in 2015, he became part of the New Zealand team.
8. Eoin morgan
Eoin Morgan was part of the Irish team for the 2007 World Cup. And in 2011 he went to play for England. He also captained the English team in the 2015 World Cup.
9. Ed Joyce
Ed Joyce played matches for both England and Ireland. He was part of the England team for the 2006 World Cup. He played for Ireland in 2011.
10. Dirk Nannes
Australian left-arm fast bowler Dirk Nannes made his Australian debut in 2010. He first played for the Netherlands