Check out these seven Cricketers who  play cricket for another country other than there own Country 

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There can be 15 to 20 players simultaneously in any country's cricket team, but apart from these, there are many talented players who do not get the opportunity to play cricket for their country. In such a situation, these players have to check other countries for their desire to play in the game of cricket. Today we will know about some players who play cricket for the other country.

1. Chris Jordan


Born in Barbados in 1988, and grew up, Chris Jordan is a very good player. This is an all-rounder and specialist baller. He is playing cricket for England since 2015.

2. Kevin Pietersen


This player was born in South Africa, but he never got a chance to play for the national team, but in 2004 he started playing with the England team.

3. Robin Singh


Former Indian player Robin Singh was born in Trinidad and Tobago in 1963. But later he settled in India and became the player of the Indian team.

4. Imad Wasim


He is the all-around player of Pakistan team at this time. He was born in Swansea but he plays cricket for Pakistan.

5. Andrew Symonds


This all-rounder from Australia team played first on behalf of Queensland, but later became part of the Australia team.

6. Imran Tahir


Part of the South African team was born in Lahore but this spinner was not part of the team. Today, the whole world is a fan of his bowling.

7. Andrew Strauss


England's most successful opener batsman was born in South Africa. Later, he settled in England and became part of the England team.

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