#10 Shalabh Srivastava
Shalabh Srivastava was a promising left-arm medium pace bowler from Uttar Pradesh. In the U-19 Cricket World Cup in 2000, he was the most noteworthy wicket-taker with 14 scalps amazingly.
10 cricketers who were involved in Drug Use
1- Shane Warne
Without a doubt the greatest (and the least amazing) name in this rundown, Shane Warne is among those legends without whom cricket would not have had the intrigue that it has today. Having filled in as one of the mainstays of the powerful Australian side during the 2000s, Warne’s measurements in all types of the game say a lot about his gauge and status in cricket.
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2- Ian Botham
Officially an amazing figure in the English changing area, Ian Botham never dithered to have a showy existence off the field. The mallet, in any case, arrived after a frustrating West Indies visit in 1986 when Botham was cited in the Mail on Sunday conceding his cannabis use in spite of having denied so beforehand.