Famous Cricketers Who Wore Spectacles
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All the cricketers in the world have unique traits, techniques, and qualities within themselves that separates them from each other. Hence, the distinction sets them apart and several fans identify them by the same.

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From the ancient era till the present time, cricketers have confined themselves to wearing shades to beat the heat. On the other hand, some players wore glasses for seeing or viewing the ball better. Over the years, there exist famous cricketers who have done the same.

We take a look at famous cricketers who wore spectacles at some point during their career:

Narendra Hirwani:

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Narendra Hirwani. Credits: Getty Images.

Indian spin-bowler Narendra Hirwani’s international career spanned from 1988 to 1996 while his first-class career extended to 2001, debuting in 1984. Hirwani’s debut Test saw him taking 16 wickets against a mighty West Indian batting line-up in Chennai.

The leggie often used to wear a headband and glasses while playing, which became his trademark. Hirwani played 17 Tests, the last of which came against South Africa in 1996, picking up 66 wickets. In 18 ODIs, the 51-year old snapped 23 wickets at 31.26.

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