Overseas cricketers with a Desi twist

India is a place where cricket is a religion and cricketers are their god. Many overseas players consider India as their 2nd home. February 13, by Syed Yusuf (Image: Instagram)

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Matthew Hayden

The former CSK player has a mass fan base in Southern India. He was seen in a traditional dress and has also celebrated few festivals here. (Image: Matthew Hayden/Instagram)

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Brett Lee

He has shown his love for India several times. He runs a charitable trust here. He has acted in a Bollywood movie – Un-Indian and has also sang few songs for Indian fans. (Image: Brett Lee/Instagram)

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Jhonty Rhodes

He just loves Indians and the culture. He named his daughter India. Jhonty also wanted to coach the Indian team. (Image: Jhonty Rhodes/Twitter)

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Dwanye Bravo

Another CSK player who got unconditional love here. Bravo is a pure entertainer on and off the field. He has also collaborated with an Indian singer. (Image: CSK/Instagram)

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Chris Gayle

The Universe Boss got immense love while playing for RCB. He posted a photo wearing tricolour suit showing his love for the Indian fans. (Image: Gayle/Facebook)

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