Playing international cricket is the biggest dream of any player, as he gets a chance to represent his nation at the highest level. This also requires a lot of effort and hard work over the years to achieve this milestone. When a player makes his debut in international cricket, it is the most important day for him.
While many players have lived this day, there are only a few players who have enjoyed this day multiple times. There are some players who went on to play cricket for two different countries. So far, there are 33 such players who have played international cricket for two nations. In this article, we take a glance at 5 of them.
5 Players Who Have Played International Cricket For 2 Different Countries
1. Luke Ronchi (AUS & NZ)
Luke Ronchi is the first player on this list. The wicketkeeper-batsman played international cricket for both Australia and New Zealand. The right-handed batter played for Australia from 2008 to 2009 and then played for New Zealand from 2013 to 2017. For Australia, he played 3 T20I games and 4 ODIs in which he scored 47 and 76 runs respectively.
When he was out of the Australian team for a long time, he started playing for New Zealand’s domestic team. After a good show in the domestic circuit, he was picked by New Zealand for the national team. He played 81 ODIs and 29 T20Is, in which he scored 1321 and 312 runs respectively.
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