10 Superstitions in History of Cricket

Posted by: Cricket Heaven Staff

Advertisement

Superstitions in History of Cricket

Cricketers are a superstitious also.Here are the list of 10 Superstitions in History of Cricket:-

10. Not Out, Not Accessible

michael-atherton
Michael Atherton

If Mike Atherton remained not-out at the end of day’s play, then he would have avoided the media. No interviews or comments; nothing would come out of his lips as he would keep himself from cursing his innings.

Advertisement

09. The Red Handkerchief

Steve Waugh (Australia) vs Partiv Patel (India)
Steve Waugh

His grandfather gave him a handkerchief that stayed as a loyal companion throughout his career. It proved lucky for him or senior Waugh was that talented – we’ll never know! Many have copied him but none have got his skill, art & courage.

Advertisement
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5
If you wish to continue reading, Please Scroll to next pages by using above or below buttons

Share your thoughts

Are you a cricket expert or cricket lover? Then why you're stopping yourself from commenting. Let us know your thoughts.

About Cricket Heaven Staff

Cricket Heaven Staff
CricHeaven is the fastest growing website in cricket world. It publishes news, articles, stats, videos, analysis, critics, and highlights, past history, the schedule of ICC Events and cricket rankings.To work on this there is a young and enthusiastic team of writers. We have a whooping fan base on the social media.