Here I am presenting you the list of those five cricketers who had promised to give their best at every match in their cricketing career instead of having the most crucial and horrifying disease, all of these players have done and achieved best in their career.
1) BRIAN LARA (Hepatitis ‘B’)
Brian Charles Lara, one of the finest lefty batsman in the golden era of West Indian Cricket was once diagnosed with Hepatitis ‘B’ which led him to leave the camps of “ICC Champions trophy 2002” and was also ruled out from the ODI against India, but he managed to overcome his crucial disease of Hepatitis and give his best to cricket, his knock of 400 runs in the test was the remarkable one and seems that his knock is on that point where is impossible to reach.
2) Yuvraj Singh (Lung-Cancer)
Yuvraj Singh the prolific batsman and a slow left-arm completely an all-rounder package for Indian Cricket Team, he was diagnosed with ‘Lung Cancer’ just after the end of World Cup 2011 (won by Team India) he played that ICC Cricket World Cup with the tumor between his lungs and managed to become the player of the tournament in the pool stage match between India and West Indies, he was collapsed on the pitch turf and had vomiting of blood but he didn’t go to dressing room instead he scored the remarkable century and was being awarded the man of the match award.
3) Martin Guptill (Two Fingers in Left Leg)
One of the promising and superstar opener for New Zealand Cricket team, he has never turned down his team motive and always performed well whenever New Zealand needed his contribution, he has the unknown fact that he has only two fingers in his left leg which made him in his childhood to run slower but he very practically overcome this flaw and become the best opener in New Zealand cricket by scoring 237 runs in ODI that too in a World Cup Match.
4) Michael Clarke (Back-Issues)
Michael Clarke the man who led his One day international side to captured ICC cricket world cup for the fifth time for Australia was also trying to captaining his ODI side till 2019 ICC CWC but he has some back pain issues called “Chronic problem” led him to retire from all formats of cricket just after Ashes 2016, but his resilience to world cricket is unbelievable he has recently opened cricket academy for the young children where he coaches themselves freely to polish good players.
5) Wasim Akram (Diabetes)
The real man behind the 1992 trophy for Pakistan of ICC cricket world cup is none other than Wasim Akram, he was the best left-handed medium-fast bowler which Pakistan cricket team ever had, his contribution to Pakistan Cricket team can never be denied, In 1996 he was being diagnosed with Diabetes, (the disease in which person’s pancreas doesn’t react anymore to dissolve sugar in the human body) which led him to retire from cricket after 2003 world cup.