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MS Dhoni to Andre Russell: Weirdest hairstyle of cricketers that their fans will never want to copy

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In their home nations, cricketers are fashion icons. Some of them even have international fan bases.

Their ardent supporters watch every move they make with rapt attention.

The way you play, how you dress, how you walk, and even how you talk are all factors.

Hairstyles are popular and are imitated by adoring followers all around the world.

There are, however, some haircuts that these fans may not want to copy.

MS Dhoni

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MS Dhoni has been the cool young icon in India ever since he made his debut.

Everyone recalls his long hairstyle during the 2007 T20 World Cup and his subsequent sombre short hairstyle.

He did, however, demonstrate how a terrible haircut may have a significant impact on your public appearance.

MS Dhoni appeared in a Mohawk hairdo at the CLT20 2013 and appeared to be influenced by punk culture.

Sunil Narine

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Sunil Narine’s mystery ball perplexed batsmen in the Indian Premier League when he came.

He was all over the batsmen, who didn’t know what to do with his new bowling technique.

That time, however, it wasn’t only the knuckleball that drew everyone’s attention.

It was the Mohawk, which was neat and tidy. Since the beginning of his career, this has been his signature hairstyle.

Colin Miller

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At the age of 34, Colin Miller made his Australian debut.

His bowling talents drew some attention, but it was his colourful head that drew everyone’s attention.

He’s done it all: blue, pink, turquoise, and yellow.

Courtney Walsh, the Windies captain, was amused by his blue hairs during the A Test match on Australia’s tour of the West Indies.

Kevin Pietersen

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On and off the field, Kevin Pietersen is a flamboyant cricketing personality.

He is an extremely unpredictable person who never holds back. His hairstyles follow the same logic.

He started his career with long hair and then switched to part blonde streaks running down the middle of his head in 2004. (which looked little weird).

Curtly Ambrose

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Curtly Ambrose was a cricketing giant in every way. He is often regarded as the first cricketer to sport an unusual hairdo.

Ambrose had a small bunch of dreads that looked like a giant spider sitting on his head, and he was known as the Spider.

He now has a completely different hairstyle than he did previously.

Andre Russell

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The players from the West Indies are colourful characters who are constantly enthusiastic and cheery.

He also had a striking beard and a hairdo that resembled a Mohawk.

In general, he stood out from the rest of his teammates.

Henry Olonga

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The hairstyles of Henry Olonga bear little resemblance to those of the Caribbean.

In 1999, he was a rising star for Zimbabwe.

His performances, as well as his wild haircuts, made him famous.

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Priti Yadav
Priti Yadav
An aspiring journalist with thirst of exploring new things. Enthusiastic in field of Cricket. Admirer of MS Dhoni and obsessed with his winning sixes.

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