20 October, 2020

Low Profile, High Skill

They are not superstars. Yet they can swing the fortunes of their teams.

Low Profile, High Skill
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Whether it is with the bat, the ball, in the field, or through a combination of quantity skills, all countries competing in the 1996 World Cup would have players with abilities superior to others on the same side. With an inspired performance, many of these players would ability to turn or win a match from any Because of their ability, these players relied upon by their team-mates and their supporters. They are also a focus of media which can put a lot of extra pressure on them.

These "superstars" often accept the extra challenges; however, this is what every do—they can all win matches. While India has superstars in Sachin Tendulkar and Mohammed Azharuddin and Pakistan in Wasim Akram Waqar Younis, Sri Lanka has Aravinda De Silva and the West Indies Brian Lara. Much has been  said about them, therefore I intend to take a closer look at other players in their teams, who are just as likely to make an impact in the 1996 World Cup .

In particular, I believe players like Manoj Prabhakar and Anil Kumble from India, Pakistan's Inzamam-ul-Haq and Mushtaq Ahmed,...

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