10 cricketers who were forgotten soon despite making a decent start to their International career

10 cricketers who were forgotten soon despite making a decent start to their International career

Cricketers who couldn't last long in the international circuit.

2. Varun Aaron

Varun Aaron
Varun Aaron. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

Varun Aaron, the right-arm-fast-bowler who was portrayed high by the Indian coaches for his express pace debuted for the Indian side way back in 2011. He is one of the very few fastest bowlers in the country.

This 32-year-old bowler debuted in 2011, but he was injured and came back only in 2014 and he bowled one of the fastest delivery of 152.5 Kmph in Indian cricket history.  He has played nine Tests and ODIs each and has taken 18 wickets and 11 wickets, respectively.

This player’s main enemy was his injuries. His career had many full stops because of his injury conditions. He was overshadowed by the other fast bowlers then, but still, he is confident to make a comeback again for the Indian team.