After quitting his job in the police and making his debut in cricket, the country changed after the Indian team lost, he started playing for another country’s team. Team West Indies Formar Cricketer Adam Sanford Birthday Today
The cricketer’s cricketing career took a different turn after his stellar performance in the opening match. After playing a few matches, he changed countries and started playing for a team from another country.
Mumbai: A player who plays cricket from one country suddenly changes teams and starts playing from another country. There are not many such examples but one of them is a player who did well in the opening match but after a few years left the country and started playing for another country. He also forced the Indian cricket team to suffer a humiliating defeat in a match. The player’s name is Adam Sanford and he was born on July 12.
Adam, originally from the West Indies, was born on July 12, 1975, in Dominica. The player, who plays for the West Indies Cricket Team, had previously worked as a policeman in Antigua. But then he became obsessed with cricket and got a place in the team on the strength of practice and excellent play. He made his international cricket debut in the Georgetown Test against India on April 11, 2002. He performed brilliantly in the match. He took 15 wickets in the series and snatched the series 1-2 from India, forcing them to face a humiliating defeat. Due to this performance, he was selected in the team for the tour of New Zealand and South Africa.
Cricket played for the 2013 US team
Adam Sanford played cricket for the West Indies from 2002 to 2004. This time he got a place in the team in 11 Tests. He took 30 wickets in 11 Tests. He then abruptly left the West Indies for the United States. There he started playing cricket for the US team. In 2013, he played three T20 matches for the US team. Sanford have taken 198 wickets in 57 first-class matches. His best performance was 7 wickets for 40 claims in an innings.
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(Team West Indies Formar Cricketer Adam Sanford Birthday Today)
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