Anantnag, January 13: Amir Hussain Lone, a 34-year-old differently-abled cricketer from Jammu and Kashmir, thanked legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar for praising him and expressed the desire to meet the batting maestro.
Tendulkar became a fan of Lone, who hails from Waghama village in Bijbehara. The ‘Master Blaster’ also expressed his wish to meet the inspiring cricketer and get a jersey.
The 34-year-old is captain of Jammu and Kashmir’s Para cricket team. He has a unique playing style, and he is an inspiration for everyone. Amir has been playing cricket professionally since 2013 after a teacher discovered his cricketing talent and introduced him to Para Cricket. Amir lost both his arms in an accident at his father’s mill when he was eight years old. He bowls using his legs while he bats using his shoulder and neck.
Talking to ANI following Sachin’s tweet, Amir said, “I am really
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