Former Indian captain Mohammed Azharuddin shared photos of his “green scooter” on Twitter “in the early days of his career”. He revealed how the skateboard was given to him as a “recognition” of his Talent. Azharuddin noted that skating was a “great luxury” compared to cycling or walking to the stadium. The title of the post was: “Good memories of my first career when I got this scooter in recognition of my talent. It was a great luxury to walk or get to the stadium to practice for miles on some lucky days. Hours.”
In one of the photos, Azharuddin is seen sitting on the scooter, while the last photo shows the headlight of the scooter printed ‘Azar’.
Good memories of the early days of my career when I got this scooter as a recognition of my talent. It was a great luxury to get to the training stadium in the wee hours compared to walking or cycling a few miles in a lucky few days. pic.twitter.com/GNH9wYlGlr
– Mohammed Azharuddin (@azharflicks) June 4, 2021
Azharuddin, president of the Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA), frequently posts Cricket-related posts on official social media handles.
Recently, a photo of India winning the World Cup in England in 1999 was published. Through this photo, his followers were asked to name him the Man of the Match.
The 99th World Cup on May 30, we got a hard-fought victory over England. We played in very tough conditions and had to move to the d the next day. Our vessels took advantage of the covered conditions for our benefit.
Do you remember “The Man of the Match”? #worldcupcricket pic.twitter.com/sNKhrYPDPf
– Mohammed Azharuddin (@azharflicks) June 1, 2021
Earlier, a nostalgic Azharuddin shared a photo of the 1992 Cricket World Cup, which brought together all the captains of the competition teams who were on a boat in Sydney Harbor.
The opening ceremony of the 1992 Cricket World Cup was on a boat docked in Sydney Harbor with nine captains in attendance! How many of the nine cricketers in that frame can you identify? #tbt #ThrowbackThursday pic.twitter.com/Owul2Nt1cI
– Mohammed Azharuddin (@azharflicks) May 20, 2021
Other captains in the photo include Graham Gooch (England), Imran Khan (Pakistan), David Houghton (Zimbabwe), Aravinda de Silva (Sri Lanka), Allan Border (Australia), Kepler Wessels (South Africa), Martin Crowe (New Zealand), and Richie Richardson (West Indies).
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