Decoding 5 unknown facts about different cricketers

We have heard a lot of interesting stories about cricketers and their life. Some are pretty interesting while few leave us in shock.

Virat Kohli tattoo
Virat Kohli tattoo. (Photo Source: Instagram)

Cricket is a sport that’s celebrated all over India. It’s played everywhere, from the biggest stadiums to the smallest gullies in the most remote villages.

And whether or not you’re a fan of the sport, every Indian possesses some basic knowledge of the game. Nearly every Indian knows the rules, a few famous players, and the different kinds of matches that we’ve all come to love and enjoy.

We have heard a lot of interesting stories about cricketers and their life. Some are pretty interesting while few leave us in shock. It’s impossible to live in India and not get affected by the love-wave of cricket. Here we bring you some interesting and unknown facts about the cricketers and the game.

Here are five unknown facts about different cricketers:

1. Why Mohammed Shami’s back has marks?

Mohammed Shami
Mohammed Shami. (Photo Source: Instagram)

Mohammed Shami has been in good form in IPL 2020 so far. The long-lay off from the game due to the coronavirus pandemic seems to have little effect on the India pacer as he has hit the ground running in the ongoing competition in the UAE.

Shami, nonetheless, recently left the fans confused with his latest Instagram post. On Friday evening last week, he took to Instagram to post a picture of him enjoying in the swimming pool. The eagle-eyed fans were quick to spot big spots on his back and bombarded the comment section with their queries.

The reason behind Shami’s spots is cupping therapy. The India international had undergone cupping days ago. During the therapy, special cups are placed on an individual’s skin for a few minutes.

The cups create suction and eventually make the muscles feel relaxed. The process is primarily used for reducing pain and increasing blood flow of the tissues.

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