5 Instances when Indian cricket players helped the opposition
From Sachin Tendulkar to Rahul Dravid, the legends of Indian cricket have helped the opposition, thus enhancing their stature in the game.
Updated - May 15, 2021 4:44 pm
Cricket is often referred to as the ‘Gentleman’s game’. And, there have been many instances where cricketers have displayed excellent sportsmanship both on the field as well as off the field.
And, these heartwarming gestures that the cricketers indulged themselves in further adds to the respect we have for the players as well as the sport. And, Indian cricketers have offered a helping hand to the opposition as well.
From Sachin Tendulkar to Rahul Dravid, the legends of Indian cricket have helped the opposition, thus enhancing their stature in the game. In this article, let us take a look at 5 instances when Indian cricketers helped the opposition.
5. Rahul Dravid offers to help the Scotland cricket team learn the tricks of the trade
Rahul Dravid offered his services to a team clad in blue in the year 2003. While many of you might think that it is obvious as he played for the Indian cricket team, that is not what I am referring to here. After the conclusion of the 2003 World Cup, the Scotland Cricket Team wanted the iconic Sachin Tendulkar to help them.
However, the then Indian Head Coach, John Wright instead offered to send Rahul Dravid to the Scotland camp. And, Dravid readily agreed to offer his services to the Scotland cricket team.
Dravid in fact played 11 ODI matches for Scotland and scored a mammoth 600 runs. And surely, the players of the Scotland cricket team would have had an experience of a lifetime spending time with a man as great as Dravid in the dressing room.