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In any profession, respect is the utmost virtue that an individual toils hard for. Cricketers too, aspire to get the respect out of of their countrymen, teammates, and the society in general. Cricket is one of the most successful and followed sports in the world. Hence, cricketers do get their due respect more often than not.
However, there have been instances in the past when plenty of them have failed to grab the stature that they deserve in world cricket. Although these players’ contribution to world cricket has been enormous and still they ended up being on the opposite end.
Today, we’ll take a look at the five cricketers who did not earn the due respect that they deserved and faded away in the glitz and glamour of world cricket.
5 Cricketers Who Didn’t Get The Respect They Deserve
5. Paul Collingwood
Paul Collingwood made his debut in 2000 and kept on playing until 2011, and during his stint in the international cricketing circuit, he established himself as an all-rounder for all seasons. Although his contributions faded away quite easily, no one can deny the fact that Paul Collingwood was one of the greatest English cricketers ever.