The cricketer whose mother used to set up stalls

 Many cricketers have faced a lot of poverty in their early struggling days.

 Similarly, there is also T Natarajan, the young player of Team India, who saw a lot of poverty but never lacked in hard work.

 Known for his excellent bowling  the player's mother used to set up stalls on the roadside at one time.

 During the struggling days, Natarajan did not even have money for a cricket kit.

 While mother used to work hard for the family, Natarajan's father used to work as a porter at the railway station.

The 30-year-old left-arm fast bowler played tennis ball cricket before turning 20.

 After crossing the age of 20, he became very serious towards cricket. They worked hard day and night.

 Natarajan, who hails from Salem district of Tamil Nadu, is not interested in any identity today. Earnings are also very good.

 He has made his debut for Team India in all three formats. Apart from this, he also plays IPL.

 Natarajan has taken 38 wickets in 35 IPL matches. At the same time, 7 wickets in 4 T20 matches and 3 wickets in 2 ODIs.