The ICC Cricket World Cup is 12 editions old now. In these 12 editions, more than 1,100 cricketers have taken part representing 20 teams. Among those players, there are a very few players who represented two different countries in different editions. Here we are briefly discussing these players.
Players to Have Played World Cups for two different Countries:
Born in Union of South Africa, Kepler Wessels was a part of the Australian squad in the 1983 World Cup. Nine years down the line, Wessels was named as the captain of South Africa in the 1992 World Cup. It was the first tournament that the Proteas played after a facing an exile of 22 years away from the game due to the apartheid policy. Wessels led the South African side that had as many as 11 players who are yet to make their debuts and the list included Allan Donald, Jonty Rhodes and Hansie Cronje.