U19 World Cup: Indian-origin cricketers playing for various other countries

Harkirat, Australia's youngest player in the U-19 World Cup, is another spinner in the squad. Harkirat is known as 'Melbourne's Turbanator' after Harbhajan Singh, who idolizes Ravichandran Ashwin.

U19 World Cup: Indian-origin cricketers playing for various other countries
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The Indian U19 team will be marking their presence at the U19 World Cup in the Conaree Sports Club, West Indies, which is scheduled to start this week. There will be a host of other Indian-origin cricketers in action for the other teams. A minimum of six of the 16 countries taking part have Indian-origin representation.

Australia has Nivethan Radhakrishnan, one of the most famous Indian-origin cricketers playing in other countries. Last year, the spinner was picked as a net bowler by IPL side Delhi Capitals. Radhakrishnan has played in the Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL), besides turning up in several other TNCA tournaments.

Cricketer Nivethan Radhakrishnan Credits - Twitter