5 most unselfish acts in the history of cricket
One of the main attributes required to be successful in a team sport is to be a team person. This applies to all team sports and cricket is not an exception. A team is made up of 11 players and it will become weak even if one of them puts himself/herself ahead of the team.
After all, players are humans and there are several instances of players being selfish, especially in Football and Cricket, as they play for personal records instead of the team's victory.
There are several selfish acts in history which include David Warner playing a steady innings to cement his place in the side, Sachin Tendulkar costing India the match to score his 100th international ton etc.
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At the same time, there were instances when the players put their team and their teammates ahead of them for the betterment of the side and sometimes, allowing their teammates to create history. There are several acts of selflessness in cricket and here, we will take a look at top five unselfish moments in the history of Cricket.