Many records and rare feet will be at stake as the world gears up for the upcoming ICC world cup, starting May 30. The first world cup was played in 1975 in England where a strong West Indies emerged victorious. Since then, there have been many historic occasions in the world cup history that makes it a most awaited cricketing event amongst the ardent fans. However, there have been occasions when four of the cricketers from the participating teams played for two different countries in the world cup. Here’s a look at them-
4- Anderson Cummins- West Indies and Canada
A bowling all-rounder from Caribbean, Cummins was part of the West Indies setup in early 90’s and went onto feature for the men in maroon in the 1992 world cup. He could not influence much and was ignored from the West Indies squad after which he decided to retire and make a move to Canada.
The Barbados born surprised many by getting selected in Canada’s squad which played in the 2007 world cup at the age of 40.
He played 63 ODIs for West Indies and 13 ODIs from Canada. He retired after the 2007 world cup.
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