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ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Surprising Superstitions of Indian Cricketers

India Vs Pakistan Champions Trophy 2017: Apart from their massive runs, Indian cricketers also the holders of some funny-yet-real superstitions

India TV Entertainment Desk India TV Entertainment Desk New Delhi Updated on: June 05, 2017 13:09 IST
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Here are the some utterly-surprising superstitions of Sachin Tendulkar

As the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 India vs Pakistan match is going on, discussing cricket has become needlessly mandatory. We've already spoken a lot about batting prowess of our players, but let's discuss something different this time. Cricketers are known for their highs and lows on the cricket pitch, and often for the runs they make or the wickets they take. But do you know that even our hot-shot cricketers follow some bizarre, insane superstitions. Many of the cricketers, including Indian, hold peculiar beliefs about the ball, bat or the foot-pad they use. Here are some Indian cricketers and their weird superstitions. (INDIA vs PAKISTAN - LIVE Updates | SCORECARD)

Virat Kohli 

The popular Indian batsman and captain of Indian cricket team used to wear the same pair of gloves that he considered to be lucky for himself. He believed that those gloves helped him score high in the matches. 

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Virender Sehwag 

Even Viru paaji is not immune from superstitions. He used to wear Number 44 jersey but that turned out to be unlucky for him. So, he started wearing a numberless jersey as advised by his numerologist.

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Sourav Ganguly 

The Bengali cricketer always kept a picture of his Guruji in his pocket. He believed that putting his Guruji’s picture in his pocket will bring him good luck. 

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Yuvraj Singh 

Have you ever noticed his jersey? The aggressive cricketer has his birth-date printed on his jersey. He was born on December 12, hence he wears No. 12  jersey. He also wears a holy kalava to ward off ‘evil eye' also known as 'buri nazar’. 

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Sachin Tendulkar 

He always puts his left pad first. Reason? He believes it brings him Good Luck. He also got his lucky bat repaired before the 2011 World Cup to win. And the rest as they say is History!

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Mahendra Singh Dhoni 

Even our former Captain Cool is superstitious. He believed number 7 to be lucky for him. His birthday falls on 7th of July and hence this number on the jersey.  

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