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Domestic cricket lays the foundation of any cricket team. If a player wants to represent the national side, he has to do well in the domestic circuit. Likewise, the Indian domestic circuit is also pivotal in shaping the cricketing standards in the country.

In the Indian domestic circuit too, players fight to create a name for themselves so that they can go on to represent the senior national side in the future. However, India is a populous country and the chance of talent meeting the opportunity is quite less here. The same thing takes place in the cricketing spectrum as well.

Today, we’ll tell you about those 4 players who did well in the Indian domestic circuit but when they did not get a chance to play for the national side, they went on to represent other countries on the international stage.

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4 Indian Cricketers Who Later Represented Another Country

1. Krishna Chandran (UAE)

Krishna Chandran
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Many players dreamt of representing the Indian cricket team while playing domestic cricket. Krishna Chandran from Kerala has been one of them. Krishna Chandran started playing domestic cricket for Kerala and played for many years. But when he did not get a chance to move ahead from domestic cricket here, he turned to UAE and managed to play from there. He has played a total of 12 ODIs for the UAE.

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