Today we are going to share about those cricketers who are looks alike other persons. Now you won’t believe what I am going to share with you.

Dale Steyn and Daniel Craig:  Dale Steyn is the just the latest nuclear-tipped arrow that South Africa have drawn from their seemingly bottomless tremble of classy fast bowlers. He is a trouble for opponent batsmen. Dale has grown into a bowler who has a firm grip on all of the doctrine of the faith of the fast and the furious.

On the other hand he looks like Daniel Craig, an English actor. He first casted in Casino Royale as the lead role of James Bond. He appeared in other films like Love Is the Devil, The Trench, Some Voices attracted the viewers most.

Mohammed Asif and Gianluigi Buffon: These players came from different field but they looks a like. Not only that, the other similarities, they met controversies a lot.

One of the best Pakistani bowlers of his era. Few Pakistani fast bowlers have been as sharp and smart as Mohammad Asif, though fewer have been as susceptible to controversy and scandal off the field. Neither claim can easily be made given the rich competition.  

Buffon, every football lover knows his name as he is the goalkeeper of national Italy team. He is known for his “outstanding shot-stopping” and for being “a vocal organizer of the defense and a classy dressing room personality. He has been holding the Serie A Goalkeeper of the Year a record eight times.

Herschelle Gibbs and Pitbull: This barbaric proteas cricketer look like Pitbull. Not only their face matches, both make people dance to their tunes when in full flow.

Gibbs has played some of the most outrageous strokes yet seen. He has put all that together so many times that he cannot be accused of being some charlatan who deals in chance and luck. When South Africans thought who would take place Jonty Rhodes as a fielder of the most predatory type, Gibbs answered the call.

Armando Christian Pérez known as Pitbull. He is famous for his raps. Pitbull released his debut album titled M.I.A.M.I. Pitbull was born to Cuban expatriates in Miami, Florida.

Andrew Strauss and Ruben Barrichello: One is a slow, stodgy batsman and the other is a F1 racer.

 A compact left-handed opener, Strauss was acute on the cut shot, methodical off his glovess and workmanlike everywhere else. Though most comfortable with pace on the ball. Andrew Strauss made two tons against an Australian bowling attack that included Shane Warne in 2005 and firm back to back hundreds against India in Chennai in 2008.

Ruben Barrichello, the Brazilian car racer may be look like him but he don’t do the cover drive he ‘Drive’ the F1 car. In the year 2000, Barrichello achieved his first grand prix victory at the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim showing why he is rated as one of the best wet weather driver.

 Adam Gilchrist and Matthew Perry:   One of the classy player of Australia.  He imposed himself on the opposition with his stylish brand of stroke-play, fashioning sexy shots and grinding bowlers for fun. His style of batting was ruthless, compelling, charming.

On the other hand Matthew Perry one of the good actor of Hollywood. He is known for his Emmy-nominated role as Chandler Bingon the popular television series Friends.


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