The best swing bowler in Indian cricket team was Irfan Pathan. At present, he may not be in the game, but we know at the start of the innings how dangerous he was. The left-arm pacer Irfan Pathan shared an interesting incident with us when he used to play; he shared an incident with the Indian team. This event happened in Nagpur. In the event, he answered too many questions to a wide range of subjects. At this time Irfan discussed his cricket life, and he shared something with us.
Irfan Pathan shared the incident which took place in Lahore; a Pakistani girl asked him why was he playing for India though he is a Muslim. Pathan gave an epic reply to this Pakistani girl,” It is a matter of pride for me to play for India. That incident still motivates me to do better. Although there are many moments during my career that do give me reasons to feel proud of my effort.” Indian Express quoted this first.
Pathan also shared his memorable moment, he said, when he got the Indian cap from skipper Sourav Ganguly is his memorable moment of his career. In 2003, he started playing when the Border-Gavaskar Trophy was there against Australia. Irfan Pathan then played 29 Tests, 120 ODIs, and 24 T20Is. In his cricket career, he scored 1800 runs and picked 301 wickets with the first-over hat-trick against Pakistan. In 2012, in August in an ODI he had his last international appearance.