Sons Of Former Indian Cricketers Who Can Possibly Represent The Country In The Future

Sons Of Former Indian Cricketers Who Can Possibly Represent The Country In The Future

Samit Dravid, Under-14
Samit Dravid continues to make the right noises in junior cricket, notching up a perfect performance at the Cottonian Shield tournament. Photo Credit: Web.
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Cricket, much like other facets of life, have frequently thrown up father-son duos who have gone on to represent their country at the highest level. Whenever a son of a hugely celebrated cricketer steps onto the cricket field, he is faced with the pressure of emulating the feats of his predecessor.

While some manage to carve out a different niche for themselves, a lot of them forever remain entangle under the shadows of their old man. As far as Indian cricket is concerned, we are currently seeing sons of a plethora of former Indian cricketers take strides in domestic and age-level cricket.

Here’s a look at sons of former Indian cricketers who can possibly represent the country in the future:

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Aryan Bangar

Aryan Bangar [Photo-Google]
Son of former Indian Test opener and batting coach Sanjay Bangar, Aryan has been raking up headlines in the domestic circuit courtesy his impressive performances.

Aryan has been showing a lot of promise and recently there were reports of him getting some tips from the current bowling coach Bharat Arun. Representing Puducherry in Cooch Bihar Trophy, Aryan Bangar racked up 300 runs in a mere five games which includes a 150 and two half-centuries. He also picked up 20 wickets.

Aryan is currently playing junior county cricket for Leicestershire and it will be interesting to see how his journey pans out in the upcoming years.

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Yash Mittal

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