In a nation where cricket is a religion, there is a team that plays the gentleman’s game and yet feels the nation has turned a blind eye towards it.
Last month, the Indian Blind Cricket team defeated Pakistan by nine wickets to lift the T20 World Cup for Blind title for the second time in a row. And it was a political science professor who led this talented team to the top spot.
Neither a career coach nor a career sportsman, Patrick Rajkumar has been coaching India’s Blind Cricket team since 2012. Under him, the team has won the T20 World Cup, the Asia…
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