Cricket and fashion go hand in hand. From endorsing brands to wearing the most stylish outfits, cricketers have done it all! Not only the game, but the life of the cricketers has also changed and evolved over time. Previously there was no option of playing fantasy cricket leagues, but now you can play along and win cash as well!
Not only off-field but there have been mentionable names who’ve redefined fashion on the fields as well. Although there’s very less scope of experimenting with gears, jerseys and pads, however, cricketers have still found smart ways of making distinguished style statement on fields. It is definitely thrilling for fantasy cricket lovers to know about the same.
If you have a close look, you’ll find a bunch of cricketers who’ve awesome moustaches! Let’s check out the list.
One of the greatest all-rounders and cricket commentator, Botham has been always famous among his fan followers for his stylish finish of a small moustache that exactly fits to his face. Although it was not funny, but his looks were the talk of the town then! His cricketing skills were surely unbeatable as he successfully took 383 wickets in his career. He would have surely made a great catch in fantasy sports.
Although Hughes was born long before and played during 1985 which was long before the concept of fantasy cricket game was even conceived, still he was famous for other reasons as well. he was a brilliant fast bowler and represented Australia in around 53 matches. However, with towering height and study built, this man had a Walrus moustache as well. He was so famous that sometimes the stadiums would be filled with fans faking his moustache style!
This Indian cricketer is not only a contemporary heartthrob, but also a celebrated player who has been a top choice for fantasy cricket in India. His moustache is a sign of masculinity and proudness among all his Indian fans. As we all know, Indians are in reality obsessed with moustaches!
Originally known as Frederic Robert he was famous by the name of demon bowler. He was undoubtedly one of the finest bowlers of Australian cricket team and took around 50 wickets. What was scarier was his moustache which made him a fearful bowler. Although he might be a good-hearted person by nature, however, his moustache played a major role in making him a fearful bowler of the Australian cricket team!
With the Zapata moustache in place, this man was commonly known as Zap. He was a very successful cricketer of the England team and his career started from 1973 to 2000. He also received the recognition of being included in ICC Hall of Fame in 2009 which made him a recognized name in the field of online fantasy games.