Cricket is like religion in many of countries and every player want to represent their birth countries but due to some reasons thry didnt played for their birth country.Some of the players who didnt played for their birth country are listed below
Kevina anna puttindi south africa lo puttadu aakada quota system nachaka england ki move ayyadu.
He broke through to the England ODI side in 2004 and the Test side a year later and went on to become one of the most important batsmen of the 2000s, playing match-winning knocks in all three formats of the game. In 104 Tests, he tallied 8,181 runs with 23 centuries, and hit nine centuries in a 136-match ODI career in which he scored 4,440 runs.
Prior to being dropped from the England team for good in 2014 when just 33, Pietersen scored 13,797 international runs and was the Player of the Tournament when England won the ICC World Twenty20 in 2010.
2. Andrew Strauss
Now the England director of cricket, Strauss is one of the most successful England opening batsmen and captains. Strauss was born in Johannesburg in 1977, and turned out for England for the first time in November 2003. He later became England captain and led the team to two Ashes wins.
He played 100 Tests, in which he scored 7037 runs at 40.91. He led in exactly half of them. He also made merry in one-day internationals, where he scored 4,205 runs in 127 games.
3. Andy Flower
Greatest batsmen of zimbambe team ever produced., Flower was the mainstay of the team through the 1990s and early 2000s.
Born in Cape Town in South Africa in 1968, Flower scored 4,794 runs in 63 Tests and 6,786 runs in 213 ODIs in an 11-year-long international career. Behind the stumps, he effected 160 dismissals in Tests and 173 in ODIs.
4. Imad Wasim
The first Welsh-born cricketer to represent Pakistan, Wasim is a major Pakistani cricketer at the moment. Wasim, now 29, was born in Swansea in 1988, and made his international debut as a left-arm spinner and reliable lower-order batsman in 2015 after starting out in first-class cricket in 2007.
Before making a career in cricket, Wasim was studying medicine. He changed his mind after getting an offer to represent Pakistan Under 19s. He eventually made his T20I and ODI debuts in 2015.
5. Imran Tahir
South Africa’s first-choice spinner in limited-overs cricket, Tahir was born in Lahore in Pakistan in 1979. He began his cricket career in Pakistan and played the 1998 ICC Under 19 World Cup for the country of his birth, but later moved to South Africa to be with the woman who later became his wife.
It took Tahir time to establish himself in the South African set-up, but he has been one of their stars since, especially in limited-overs cricket.
6. Moises Henriques
Mana andariki henriques Australia ki aaduthadu ani telsu but his birth place is portugal .He was the first cricketer born in portugal and playing for australia.
He played 4 tests , 11 odis, 12 t20 for australia. He played for new south wales , Sunrisers .
7. Ish Sodhi
New zeland ki aadutunna sodhi mama mana indian. He was born in ludhiana and later moved to NZ.
He is New Zealand first chouce spinner now. He debuted in 2013 against bangladesh and ranked no 1 t20 bowler in 2018.
8. Usman Khawaja
He became first muslim cricketer to represent Australia when he made his debut in the 2010–11 Ashes series.
He played 41 tests and 31 odi for australia and became important player for australia recent times.
9. Ben Stokes
Currently he is the best all rounder in the world and important player for england .Benjamin andrew stokes born in New zealand and later moved to englang when he was 12.
He made his odi debut against Australia on 5 December 2013 and odi debut against ireland in 2011. He played 52 tests and 85 odi for england .He plays for rajasthan royals in ipl.
10. Eoin morgan
Most capped england player and most run getter in odis for england was not actually england player .He represented ireland from 2003-2009.But his dream was to play for england and moved to england team 2009 .He debuted for england on 27 may 2010 against bangladesh. And later became captain for England .What england is now is all because of morgan
He play 200 odis and 16 tests for england and 22 odis for ireland.