cricket betting quotes200 Best Cricket Quotes

cricket betting quotes200 Best Cricket Quotes

  I’ve always loved cricket.

  I grew up watching it nearly every day, and I’ve always been fascinated by what differentiates great players from average players.

  That love of the game has led to me continually researching and learning about the greats of the game.

  Over the years I’ve collected a large number of cricket quotes, and in this post I’m sharing them so you have an opportunity to learn from them, too.

  Here are the 200 best cricket quotes I’ve come across.

  “Whatever you want to do, do with full passion and work really hard towards it. Don’t look anywhere else. There will be a few distractions, but if you can be true to yourself, you will be successful for sure.”

  “I love playing under pressure. In fact, if there’s no pressure, then I’m not in the perfect zone.”

  “You have to stay fresh and blank in your mind when you go out to bat. You complicate things, and you’re gone.”

  “Never at any point did I feel like missing a training session. I was very keen on improving as a cricketer and as an international player.”

  “I get really motivated when I put on the India jersey. It is a responsibility, so I want to perform in the best way I can.”

  “No cricket team in the world depends on one or two players. The team always plays to win.

  “Self belief and hard work will always earn you success.”

  “I like to always lead from the front and set an example for whoever is playing with me or around me. I like taking responsibilities. That is my natural thing.”

  “The bat is not a toy, it’s a weapon. It gives me everything in life, which helps me to do everything on the field.”

  “Irrespective of whether you have talent or not, one has to work hard. Just being talented doesn’t mean anything; you can end up wasting it before you realise.”

  “I set great store in certain qualities which I believe to be essential in addition to skill. They are that the person conducts his or her life with dignity, with integrity, courage, and perhaps most of all, with modesty.”

  “I was never coached; I was never told how to hold a bat.”

  “Every ball went exactly where I wanted it to go until the ball that got me out.”

  “A good captain must be a fighter; confident but not arrogant, firm but not obstinate; able to take criticism without letting it unduly disturb him, for he is sure to get it, and unfairly, too.”

  “Every ball went exactly where I wanted it to go until the ball that got me out.”

  “The game of cricket existed long before I was born. It will be played centuries after my demise. During my career, I was privileged to give the public my interpretation of its character in the same way that a pianist might interpret the works of Beethoven.”

  “If it’s difficult, I’ll do it now. If it’s impossible, I’ll do it presently.”

  “May cricket continue to flourish and spread its wings. The world can only be richer for it.”

  “I see myself when I see Sachin batting.”

  “When you play test cricket, you don’t give the Englishmen an inch. Play it tough, all the way. Grind them into the dust.”

  “To me, cricket is a simple game. Keep it simple and just go out and play.”

  “A lot of people think of a spot on the wicket, I think about what shot I want the batsman to play.”

  “My only problem is the fear that opposition bowlers might go for my fingers and that’s why I was scared of the short ball. Now I am struggling with the ball pitching up and swinging away. I just keep nicking that one.”

  “I have always tried to move on from disappointments as fast as I can.”

  “Never give up, just absolutely never give up”

  “Part of the art of bowling spin is to make the batsman think something special is happening when it isn’t.”

  “Find a way to get back in to the game, find a way to build a partnership, find a way to catch a ball, find a way to stop it.”

  “You can’t just bowl leg break after leg break when it’s not turning a long way.”

  “The first thing is to be patient, which is probably the hardest thing to do. Don’t worry if blokes are whacking you out of the park because you still have the opportunity to get him out next ball, even if it’s not the same ball.”

  “Self confidence has always been one of my good qualities. I am always very confident. It is in my nature to be confident, to be aggressive. And it applies in my batting as well as wicketkeeping.

  “For me, opposition is just another opposition.”

  “For me, it’s important to build good partnerships rather than score centuries. Once you have those partnerships, you will also get centuries.”

  “Finishing is one of the most difficult things to do in cricket. A player can’t be a finisher in just 6 months or one year. You have to be used to that responsibility, keeping on doing what is required from you over a period of time.”

  “Never let success get to your head, and never let failure get to your heart.”

  “I believe in giving more than 100% on the field, and I don’t really worry about the result if there’s great commitment on the field. That’s victory for me.”

  “You learn a lot more when you’re going through a rough period compared to the good times when everything goes your way.”

  “I have always believed that process is more important than results.”

  “I live in the present with an eye on the future. “

  “Face the failure until the failure fails to face you.”

  “I have always believed that one should not be scared of losing, I think that really is the key.”

  “But having set myself these goals, I had to work really hard to achieve them.”

  “Compromise for your dream, but never compromise on your dream.”

  “Just give it everything you’ve got and bowl as fast as possible.”

  “I wanted to be an outstanding player, that was my ambition.”

  “We should not allow fear or anxiety to stop us from doing something. If you think through something well and prepare thoroughly, you can do a lot of things you think you can’t.

  “Nobody goes undefeated all the time. If you can pick up after a crushing defeat, and go on to win again, you are going to be a champion someday.”

  “A lot of people will talk about mental strength, but it’s more about mental skills and adaptability than anything else. That’s what gets you through the tough times.”

  “Challenging yourself is the only way to ensure that you’re continuously learning and you’re continuously getting better.”

  “Cricket is a funny game, we have legends and living legends, but the game doesn’t stop for anyone.”

  “I think that it’s the responsibility of all players to try and leave cricket in a better place, and to leave the dressing room an easier place to come through, to set foundations and guide with advice.”

  “When you are faced with a situation, you need to ensure that you have experience, references, knowledge, and preparation behind you.”

  “Have pride in what you do.”

  “You must be able to make a decision, go out there, and make it right.”

  “I build myself up with confidence with aggression, and confidence to control the game. If you’re the bowler and you’ve got the ball in your hand you’re controlling the game, so you’ve got to make sure the batsmen knows who’s boss.”

  “The most important thing you need as a sportsman is to be clear on what you’re actually doing.”

  “I bowl my best when I am fittest and the best way to get fit is to bowl. That’s how you get your rhythm. You cannot really find a rhythm by bowling in the nets.”

  “My plan, when I walked out onto the field on Friday morning, was to just enjoy myself because when I’m smiling and having fun I generally bowl my best.”

  “As a Test cricketer you expect that at times you’re going to be heckled, and you must have a thick skin.”

  “I don’t think cricket is a game that people who have never played or been involved in understand the excitement. It’s a game that is full of excitement, because cricket lovers follow the game and understand the basic principles and rules. They become connoisseurs of the game.”

  “My whole obligation was to West Indies cricket. As I have always said, I have never made a run for me. Records meant nothing. The team was important.”

  “If you take five wickets, someone has to take the catches. If you score a hundred, someone has to be there with you. You haven’t done it individually. Some contributions may be small, but they are still tangible. You have to look at it from a team point of view. When you start looking at it as an individual, then you have no team.”

  “If I am talking to a youngster, I coach him what I feel is best for him to bowl, how to hold the ball, how to bowl certain things, and how to bowl to certain batsmen, how to position himself. I never talk to them about the rules.”

  “Concentration’s like a shower. You don’t turn it on until you want to bathe… You don’t walk out of the shower and leave it running. You turn it off, you turn it on… It has to be fresh and ready when you need it.

  “A coach should be a person who is able to help a player mentally.”

  “People call me a genius. I don’t know much about geniuses. But I do believe that what I achieved was not just because of the ability that I was born with but also because I worked hard.”

  “Records must not be the focus and that’s the most important thing. It mustn’t come at the cost of the team.”

  “Any active sportsman has to be very focused; you’ve got to be in the right frame of mind. If your energy is diverted in various directions, you do not achieve the results. I need to know when to switch on and switch off, and the rest of the things happen around that. Cricket is in the foreground, the rest is in the background.”

  “Before you lay a foundation on the cricket field, there should be a solid foundation in your heart and you start building on that. After that, as you start playing more and more matches, you learn how to score runs and how to take wickets.”

  “Enjoy the game and chase your dreams. Dreams do come true.”

  “It doesn’t always happen according to the way you have planned things out but I feel if you have covered most of the aspects, it does help out there in the middle.”

  “I have never believed in comparisons, whether they are about different eras, players or coaches.”

  “My point of view is that when I am playing cricket I cannot think that this game is less or more important.”

  “The key to handling pressure situations like these is to keep yourself steady, follow your instincts and think clearly.”

  “People throw stones at you and you convert them into milestones.”

  “At least with me, the match starts much, much earlier than the actual match.”

  “The difference between a score in the 90s and a century is often reflected as the difference between failure and success. It may be illogical, but in cricket, a century has its own magic.”

  “I agree that my single-minded approach was a failing in life, but if I upset people, it was never intentional – it was just the unfortunate result of a burning desire to get the best out of myself and achieve as much as possible.”

  “Since I had cancer I’ve realised that every day is a bonus.”

  “To stay in, you’ve got to not get out.”

  “When I was playing the game we never had the benefit of TV or video to analyse our techniques or look at faults, we depended on other cricketers to watch us and then tell us what they thought we were doing wrong.”

  “I’ve known people with exceptional talent, and some have wasted it. Ambition spurs a man on.”

  “Good scores are valuable, but centuries stick in the mind. There are influential people who might not notice a good innings of 60 or 70, but they will react if you get a hundred.”

  “I usually tried to stay in the net for 45 minutes, half an hour longer than most batsmen would stick at the county nets. There was a reason for this so-called gluttony of practice: it was a conscious effort to make myself concentrate for long periods of time in circumstances as close to the real thing as I could make them.”

  “It’s nice to put your hand up and do the big things the team requires of you.”

  “Every decision you make in life, not just on the sporting field – a lot of time and energy goes into it. You think things through before you make decisions and you always think the decision you make at the time is going to be the right one.”

  “I was always fiercely determined and driven to succeed.”

  “It’s always good to win a Test match and if you win it comfortably, it can leave a few psychological marks on opposition sides.”

  “Every batsman surveys the field before taking the strike, and usually the fielders get imprinted on his mind. But in my head, I don’t see fielders. I only see gaps.”

  “If you were averaging 35 when I was playing, your dad would go and buy you a basketball or football and tell you to play that.”

  “To me, form is not about scoring runs but how you feel about your game. Sometimes the runs are not there, but you know you are batting well, and that is good form for me.”

  “Sometimes it’s important to get out of that comfort zone and, I think, try new things, and sometimes you can express yourself better. “

  “When I go onto the field, it is also like my office. I have to give my 100 percent, and I have to be really committed to it. It’s all about winning.”

  “Cricket is a team game. If you want fame for yourself, go play an individual game.”

  “My mood depends on how I treat my toothbrushes. Being a skipper is a strenuous job, and when you are going through a rough phase, obviously you start taking out your frustration. You can’t take it out on anyone: you can’t take it out on your teammates or your wife. The only person that is left is your toothbrush.”

  “I think a captain is someone who captains on the cricket field but, most of the leadership that happens is off the cricket field. It’s very easy to captain people on the cricket field, but if you can start leading them off the cricket field, and show them that trust, what you have in them.”

  “Any quality player can adjust well to the different demands. It is like a good tennis player who is expected to adjust to the clay at the French Open, the grass at Wimbledon, the hard courts of the U.S. and the heat of the Australian Open. A professional is expected to do all that.”

  “If I can live life the way I want to, why can’t you do it.”

  “Knowledge comes from playing in the middle.”

  “If someone wants to be a really good fast bowler, he will have to bear the scorching sun and heat. If he does that, only then can he become a good bowler and it’s a continuous process of learning.”

  “I used to lie awake at night, willing myself to put in the hard work, the determination, the passion.”

  “Once you have the support of the lads around you, you can’t ask for any more.”

  “Big players want to play in front of big audiences.”

  “I’d like to think that every captain around the world has a vision of how they want their teams to play and most of them are allowed to take their teams forward in their own way.”

  “It’s quite hard when you do fail and you don’t achieve what you want to achieve.”

  “Michael Jordan trained so hard that when he got to the game, he was on cruise control. And I felt the same way when I put myself through tougher things and got into the middle.”

  “Like most sportsmen, I am very nervous before I go on to bat. If someone is not nervous, I am not sure what sport they are involved in.”

  “I believe most records are destiny.”

  ” liked to bat at 20 for 3, when the opposition tail is up and I am going with my back against the wall. I relished those occasions.”

  “My first bat was shaped out of a coconut branch by my brother. And from that day, all I wanted to do was to be a West Indian cricketer.”

  “I am short of competitiveness”

  “The mental strength is important and that is really where i feel I come in as an experienced player, someone who’s played in a winning team and now plays in a team not doing so well.”

  “I think we judge talent wrong. What do we see as talent? I think I have made the same mistake myself. We judge talent by people’s ability to strike a cricket ball. The sweetness, the timing. That’s the only thing we see as talent. Things like determination, courage, discipline, temperament, these are also talent.”

  “What drew me towards team sport were the camaraderie and friendship. The chance to celebrate victory and success with a group of other people is something I have enjoyed doing.”

  “No dream is ever chased alone.”

  “You don’t win or lose with the 11 you select. You win or lose with what those 11 do on the field.”

  “I have the kind of personality that I always look ahead than look at what’s happened. It does help a lot, especially when you’ve done badly or you’ve failed. It’s instinctive of me that I look at what’s next, I look ahead a lot, and start preparing for that, in victory and in defeat.”

  “One of the great joys of being a slip fielder who takes a catch is you are able to contribute to the bowler’s success. Yes, you are putting yourself in the firing line if you stuff it up, but you must want to be in that position to make a difference, and recognise sometimes that you might make mistakes. There are no easy catches in the slips.”

  “Sometimes fitness is a good thing to have, but you have to recognise that fitness takes you only so far, and skills are the most important thing. Fitness just helps you execute those cricketing skills for longer and more consistently, maybe.”

  “When you win the toss – bat. If you are in doubt, think about it, then bat. If you have very big doubts, consult a colleague then bat.”

  “A cricketer’s life is a life of splendid freedom, healthy effort, endless variety, and delightful good fellowship.”

  “Every cricketer knows that in the early stages of a batsman’s innings i.e. before he gets his eye in – luck plays an important part.”

  “I should like to say that good batsman are born, not made; but my long experience comes up before me, and tells me that it is not so.”

  “I want to stress again one aspect of the game which is most important. Never argue with an umpire.”

  “To me, it doesn’t matter how good you are. Sport is all about playing and competing. Whatever you do in cricket and in sport, enjoy it, be positive and try to win.”

  “Cricket is full of theorists who can ruin your game in no time.”

  “For many sportsmen, coming face to face with irrefutable evidence of their mortality is the moment they dread above all others.”

  “I half knew what to expect when I saw the cricket ground in the morning. It was when I started to talk to people working out there, I began to find what I was looking for.”

  “The interests of the team must always outweigh the interests of  any individual, including me.

  “No matter how hot the fire burns, a protea always survives.”

  “If everyone thinks you can’t do it, then you must do it.”

  “I really hate it when I can’t score runs from a ball.”

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  “When one is young, aspiring to play for the country, doing well, any hindrance, like injury or being out of form, can be frustrating and a cause of annoyance or even anger. But once you have a close encounter with death, you realise the real value of life.”

  “In sport, there is always room for improvement. Whenever I see my innings against the West Indies or Australia, I think, ‘Maybe, I could have done this better or should have changed that.’ See, cricket is a skill game, and one can always improve upon the impact one has on an innings.”

  Relationships survive on trust, and if that is broken at any point, it’s pretty much the end of the relationship. Besides, inability to communicate leads to problems.”

  “On the field, you have to be aggressive; you’re thinking how to get the better of a situation. It’s not that I don’t laugh on the field. In fact, I think it’s very important to laugh, especially when you are angry and aggressive, to just take the tension away, make the moment go away.”

  “Obviously, a lot of things play on your mind when you’re batting. This might happen and this might not. The best thing you can do when you’re batting is not to think too much, and wait for the next ball.”

  “Being the vice captain, you see a lot of things on the field. You have to try and help the captain as much as you can and lead by example on the field. Small things like getting a run-out or taking a catch makes the other boys try and lift their standards. So yes, I do have an important role, even if I’m not captain.”

  “I have stopped having goals. If you have many goals, and you don’t reach your goals, it is very upsetting, so I just think of keeping it simple, working hard and going and playing the game.”

  “The hallmark of a great captain is the ability to win the toss, at the right time.”

  “Any captain can only do his best for the team and for cricket. When you are winning, you are a hero. Lose, and the backslappers fade away.”

  “Captaincy is 90 percent luck and 10 percent skill. But don’t try it without that 10 percent.”

  “Out on the field you haven’t got anyone whispering in your ear saying all sort of things, you’ve got to do it yourself.”

  “All you have to do is to dream big and try to fulfil it.”

  “As I enter a new phase of life and my circle broadens, I start learning new things.”

  “In the long run, I believe that honesty is definitely the best policy. One can get away by being dishonest for a short term, but ultimately, honesty is what pays.”

  “If your work becomes a source of enjoyment and a challenge, it will never seem like work – it will be fun. If you ever feel that your work is a burden, there is no point carrying on with it.”

  “I don’t look into negative things. Go past mistakes and look forward.”

  “If your work becomes a source of enjoyment and a challenge, it will never seem like work – it will be fun. If you ever feel that your work is a burden, there is no point carrying on with it.”

  “Sports should not become routine. It should be about passion.”

  “When you are growing up, everyone will help you. When you reach the top, everyone will start pulling you down. The same people who help you will be the same people who try to pull you down.”

  “Spirituality lies in what you do and how you do it and not what result you get.”

  “Every person gets negative things, they learn from those negative things, and you become a positive person.”

  “Virtue lies in the struggle, not in the prize”

  “A wise man learns by the mistakes of others, a fool by own.”

  “Winning isn’t everything, but wanting to win is. “

  “I would be comfortable to bat anywhere.”

  “The best compliment for me is when someone says they’ll pay to watch me play, And I can say that I’ll pay to watch MS Dhoni bat. MS is not the next Gilchrist. He’s the first MS Dhoni”

  “It’s a hard life as a professional cricketer. It’s not as easy as everyone makes out. To survive you need a tough hide.”

  “It doesn’t matter how pretty you look it’s how many runs you get.”

  “You’ve got to have dreams to keep you going.”

  “The minute you hesitate you are in trouble.”

  “I’d like to try to inspire the youth, that’s obviously where our future is and the kids are the ones you can mould and you can give them ideas and opportunities and I’d like to try to inspire all the young kids because I had a dream when I was young, that was to play for Australia.”

  “The key to handling pressure is to enjoy it when you’re confronted with it rather than worry about it too much.”

  “To me, being Australian is about looking after your mates, taking care of the less fortunate, supporting the underdog and enhancing the spirit that makes all Australians unique.”

  “I love watching Virat Kohli bat. I love his aggression and serious passion that I used to have. He reminds me of myself.”

  “Some folks will say ‘Oh, Winning ain’t all” But I know it is all. At the end of the day no one looks at the loser. So that is why we play to win”

  “Man, it doesn’t matter where you come into bat, the score is still zero.”

  “Never throw the first stone, but always throw the last one.”

  “I didn’t want to be rude to anyone, but anyone who was rude to me, then I was going to be rude in the right way: my bat was going to do the talking.”

  “There was a legacy a long time before I came in and it was my job to take the baton and make sure I held it tight and ran like hell.”

  “I don’t believe in technique, I believe in performance. If you are tough, whether you have technique or not, you’ll survive.”

  “Nothing is more thrilling than winning a match for your team.”

  “When a person becomes satisfied, he doesn’t run after things, doesn’t worry about it, and doesn’t make efforts.”

  “If you know your game, you can handle pressure; you can handle any kind of situation, back yourself, and play your own game and get success.”

  “I try to hit the ball along the ground, especially against fast bowlers. I also like the bat to come down in the right position and check if my body position is correct. If I’m really watching the ball carefully, then automatically I’m in a good position to hit it down the ground.”

  “One should always be happy, irrespective of what you achieve in a match or in life. That’s how I live my life.”

  “I think if you think so much, you simply cannot bat.”

  “If you are disciplined, it shows you are organised.”

  “The most important thing for any athlete is to know his ability. If you know your ability and have even a little bit of a strong mindset, you can get success, because your ability takes you to success.”

  “It doesn’t matter whether you move your feet or not; if your head is still and body is in balance, you can score lots of runs. This I learned from Tendulkar.”

  “I curse myself if I get out without making a 100 after crossing 40.”

  “If I had planned to score double and triple hundreds, I would probably not have made them ever.”

  “First of all, convince yourself that you are the best because the rest of your life is going to go proving this to others.”

  “Cricketers like Sachin come once in a lifetime and I am privileged he played in my time.”

  “Knowledge comes from playing in the middle.

  “If someone wants to be a really good fast bowler, he will have to bear the scorching sun and heat. If he does that, only then can he become a good bowler and it’s a continuous process of learning.”

  “It is far more than a game, this cricket.”

  “Dear, lovely game of cricket that can stir us so profoundly, that can lift up our hearts and break them.”

  “A true batsman should in most of his strokes tell the truth about himself.”

  “We remember not the scores and the results in after years; it is the men who remain in our minds, in our imagination.”

  “I’ll still bowl after i retire, without question. Even at a baseball mitt at the end of the wicket. Just to see the ball do what I can make it do.”

  “There’s magic in being able to create something from nothing.”

  “There’s nothing better for me than bowling 25 overs in a day and everything’s killing. I like waking up hurting in the morning. It might make me grumpy, but I like that.”

  “sometimes you get into a rhythm immediately and sometimes you have to put in a bit of graft before it comes naturally.”

  “To experience different conditions, different styles of play, what works, what doesn’t, it allows you to make mistakes so you can get it right next time. I take something from each experience and, if i ever get in a similar position again, I can relate to it.”

  “There is a possibility that your ability as a player may well be analysed by future generations on your one day statistics. That’s the day I dread most.”

  “When your bowling is not firing, any captain is going to struggle.”

  “There is so much uncertainty in cricket. One day you can get a hundred, the next day you can be dismissed for a zero. It makes you become practical about things. Teaches you to accept both success cricket betting quotes200 Best Cricket Quotes and failure.”

  “There are no fears out there. There is nothing we cannot handle. It is just how we prepare ourselves mentally and physically.”

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His cricket quote is as jolly as the man himself.A kid who held that branch as a bat became a cricket legend on 10 April 2004. On that day, history was made as Lara hit 400* in a single test inning against England. Nobody to date has been able to break that record, which is why his cricket quote inspires us beyond imagination.Kapil Dev was named the “Indian Cricketer of the Century” by Wisden in 2002. Dev was the first Indian Captain who led the Indian cricket team to victory in the 1983 Cricket World Cup and he has been a star cricketer for the Indian audience since then. Kapil Dev is one of the greatest all-rounders in the history of cricket and is the only player to have taken more than 400 wickets. Recipient of many prestigious awards, Kapil Dev is a gem in the history of Indian Cricket. This quote stresses the fact that you only need the determination to achieve a goal in life and the lack of resources will barely be a hurdle for you.When we talk of the greatest ODI batsman of all time, the name Viv Richards pops in our minds. In this cricket quote, we realize the amount of respect he has always carried for the game of cricket and for the other cricketers. Such a man deserves the same respect and admiration.Named one of the Wisden Cricketers of the 20th Century, Warne is considered a revolutionary in spin bowling. ‘That Ball’ is the moment in cricket history where Warne delivered a miraculous spin and bowled out Mike Gatting of England. Anyhow, this cricket quote suggests that the game is simple for a tricky spinner.Looking forward to some more inspirational and motivational quotes? Here are Best Funny and inspirational quotes about life to inspire you to keep going with ImagesRicky is by far one of the gigantic names in world cricket. Captain Ricky’s match-winning strategies were unlike any other. His passion for success and determination to dominate the sport led the Australian cricket team in its golden era of the 2000s.Applauded by millions, Rahul Dravid was a mastermind of cricket. Rahul Dravid faced more deliveries than any other batsman and is renowned as “The Wall”. Currently the Head coach of Indian cricket and the former captain of India, Rahul is a remarkable personality and an even great cricketer. Rahul Dravid is known for his subtle batting techniques and has scored 24,177 runs in international cricket. Four biographies have been written about his career so far. This exemplary quote by him draws a skillful distinction between the outcomes of your choice and sheer will.Gilchrist serves as an inspiration to every wicketkeeper trying to make a fortune. He hailed as the superlative man behind the stumps and his swift dismissals sparked terror in the minds of batsmen. This quote by a cricketer might sound very philosophical, but that is the wisdom Gilly has carried.The superman of cricket, Devilliers is an all-time favorite. World-renowned as Mr. 360, ABD is every bowler’s nightmare. His shot selections and batting performance earned him the title, ODI Player of the Year thrice in his fifteen years of an international career. For those who don’t know, ‘Protea’ is an evergreen shrub native to South Africa.[Article Recommendation ] Looking for inspiration from your favourite movies? We are here to help xD Here are 60+ Best Inspirational movie quotes with Images to get you back to LifeGreat souls are often awake at nights, planning for the next undisputed feat. A test cricketer by blood, KP’s extraordinary patience, and class strokes propelled him to score the fastest 5,000 runs. An inspirational cricket quote on determination is apparent to come from his side.Second highest run-scorer at the time of his retirement, Former Sri Lankan Captain Sangakkara has the perfect cricket quote on perfection. His statements have always been inspiring since the 2011 MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture at Lords. The youngest to deliver such a lecture, his insight on cricket has swayed millions of cricketers to instill self-confidence.The Sultan of Swing had convinced himself that he was always meant for glory. Wasim led the Pakistan cricket team into several victories, especially with his frequent hat-trick spells. This inspirational quote by a cricketer is no less than the truth for life.We all know how cricket runs in the blood of every Indian but don’t you think we have forgotten our national sport and their historical players? How many of them do you remember? Here are 25+ Best & Famous Hockey Players of India with Career StatsThe man who hit six consecutive balls over the ropes and inscribed his name in the golden book of cricket. He is a fighter against cancer and an epitome of perseverance. His struggle to build a success story is reflected in this quote.?Does one even need to introduce Sachin Tendulkar when you are entangled in the world of cricket? The name in itself is explanatory. Appraised as one of the greatest batsmen in the history of cricket, Sachin Tendulkar also holds the record for receiving the highest “Man of the Match” title. Sachin is known as the “God of Cricket” and is the leading scorer in Tests and One-day internationals. This quote by him fills us with the hope and promise that our dreams always have the potential to come true.The power of dreams is fueled by sacrifices. Imran was the one who led the Pakistan cricket team to victory in the 1992 World Cup. Today, he leads his country as the Prime Minister, which proves that dreams can come true if you stick to them.The first Indian batsman to post ‘100’ on the scoreboard in all the formats. Raina is lovingly called Chinna Thala for his records as the IPL superstar from CSK. He remains the second-youngest captain to ever lead the national team. This inspirational cricket quote by a cricketer is so fantastic that it motivates us to keep faith in God as well.Kumar Sangakkara is a former Sri Lankan cricketer and businessman. He is also the current coach of the Rajasthan Royals IPL team. He was officially rated in the top three current batsmen in the world in all three formats of the game at various stages of his international career. Also the former captain of the Sri Lankan cricket team, he is a great personality and is connected with cricket with his heart. He dwells on the fact that it is not always sure that you will succeed in your endeavors but what matters is that you never stop trying despite the fact that you fail. Perseverance is the key to a successful career.A man of all talents, Jonty is a revolutionary in cricket fielding. His catches and run-outs were gazed upon with mouths open! His belief in his inspirational cricket quote that a smile can boost up play is evident looking at his ever-happy face.An Australian cricketer with an astounding career, Shane Warne was a right-arm leg spin bowler and a right-handed batsman. Warne held the record for taking the most wicket in Test cricket and is widely appreciated as cricket’s greatest-ever bowler. Warne was also kind towards others and is also known for his humanitarian efforts. Warne is the one who revolutionized cricket with his leg-spin techniques and his performances in the Ashes series against England were always spell bounding. This quote reflects a part of his life and inspires us to never let go of our dreams.One of the most enlightening quotes by a cricketer ever. Curtly is a West Indian fast bowling legend. He knows what it means to be good, for he serves as an example to every aspiring fast bowler even today.This is a special cricket quote. Edmund Blunden was not a cricketer but a WWI veteran poet who expressed his fondness for cricket. He deems the sport of cricket parallel to religion.The Iron Duke, Douglas was one of the premier English batsmen who set the standards for test cricket. When he had given his inspirational cricket quote, the game was still an emerging sport. We can say that he predicted correctly.Ricky Ponting led the Australian National Cricket team as the captain during its golden era and is regarded as the most successful captain in the history of cricket. He is the second-lead scorer of most centuries in International cricket and is currently an Australian cricket coach and also the head coach of Delhi Capitals in IPL. Ponting has been indulged in writing various books on the accounts of cricket and his autobiography was published in 2013. This quote helps us relate to the dilemma we face when we are making a life-changing decision.Former captain of the Kiwis, McCullum is the name of a popular explosion. His fours and sixes are recounted as the most memorable to date. He recorded the fastest test century of all time. McCullum’s inspirational cricket quote focuses on criticisms and how we must deal with them.The Whispering Death examines a cricketer’s spirit of character when confronted with the toughest challenges. Holding was once the most dreaded fast bowler and his bouncers flew right by even the best of batsmen. This quote by a cricketer inspires us to face hardships with our heads held high!Don remains the greatest batsman of all time. His test batting average of 99.94 stands as the greatest achievement by any sportsman in any major sport. Don’s promise to beat the impossible is where every legendary story begins. His cricket quote is one of the most famous in the sport’s history.The most incredible all-rounder in cricket history spreads a message on concentration by his inspirational cricket quote. Sobers’s aggression on the field gave cricket its meaning as a dynamic sport. King Kohli is the current captain of the Indian cricket team. He hails as Wisden’s Leading Cricketer of the world and we can understand why. The amount of importance he has given the sport is outstanding. This quote by cricketer so zestful stimulates us to give the best in our lives.One of the best cricket commentators came forth to deliver his view on the game. His sarcastic statements have made him the master of his craft. Bhogle’s approach to life is easy going and learning throughout the journey.The most successful captain in cricket history comments on how to handle the pressure. Steve led the Australian cricket team through 16 consecutive test victories. When his cricket quote suggests the best way to handle pressure is to give up worrying.Gambhir leads as a Lok Sabha MP, similar to how he jostled the Indian cricket team to victory at the 2011 World Cup. His inspirational cricket quote is very deep to interpret. In this quote, he makes complete use of symbolism to forward an analogy of good and bad times.For most of us, It’s football that we are crazy for right? Here are some Famous Football Players in India of all Time with Career Stats & Achievements – God of Small ThingHe holds the honorary rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the Indian Army. He is the only captain to have won the World Cup, One-Day International World Cup, and Champions Trophy. With 444 dismissals in 350 games, including 321 catches and 123 stumpings, he is the third most successful gloves man in ODIs.The right-handed Indian batsman is still the fastest to score 8000 runs, 9000 runs, 10000 runs, 11000 runs, and 12000 runs in one-day international cricket. He was the number one ODI batsman for 3.4 years. Kohli broke Sachin Tendulkar’s record for the fastest 20 ODI centuries in history.Shane Warne?resurrected the art of leg-spin bowling, adding substance, style, and glamour to the most intriguing of cricketing crafts, thereby writing a new chapter large enough to warrant its own book.Sourav Ganguly scored centuries in ODIs against ten opponents, including all of the cricketing nations with permanent One Day Worldwide status except the West Indies. At the R., he scored his first ODI century against Sri Lanka.Vivian Richards was one of the greatest batsmen of all time, representing the West Indies Cricket team between 1974 and 1991. Richards was a right-handed batsman with power being the key to his attacking batting style. He is renowned as the most physically devastating and exciting batsman who ever played the game and he played his entire 17-year career without a helmet. He says, “I didn’t wear a helmet because I wanted to show that the bowler wasn’t intimidating me, and also that’s just the way I liked to bat.Steve Waugh was a cricketer from Australia who held the record for the most international Test appearances. From 1999 to 2007, Australia won three World Cups in a row. While Steve Waugh captained Australia to victory in the 1999 Cricket World Cup, Ricky Ponting led Australia to victory in the 2003 and 2007 Cricket World Cups.Giving exceptional performances from the beginning of his career, Virat Kohli is a cricket sensation and rules the hearts of millions of fans all around the globe. A devoted personality, Virat Kohli’s batting is pure bliss to watch and his aggressive attitude toward cricket makes him the fieriest cricketer. He is one of the world’s most famous athletes and is among India’s top most-followed personalities on Instagram. This quote by the legend himself is empowering and suggests that pressure is not always a disadvantage.?Now, let us take an opportunity to dig further. We wish to list the top 5 anonymous inspirational cricket quotes that describe the sport completely.Source: Orwell FoundationSource: Brainy QuoteSource: Your QuoteSource: Quote FancySource: Sports Feel Good StoriesSince you are here till the very end, we would recommend you some cricket betting quotes200 Best Cricket Quotes other amazing quote related articles for you to check out and get inspired.

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