Cricketers are worshipped by their fans in their respective countries. They are looked as icons of the game and not only they represent the people worldwide but also the country. Their actions are and their personal life is being very closely followed.
Apart from their performances on the field they also set an example of the field with their style statement. Their playing style, dressing sense, walk and even talking manners are seen and followed by fans.
When you talk about style statement cricketers hairstyle is something which is copied by enthusiastic fans all over the world. Today we look at former cricketers whose weird hairstyle have grabbed eyeballs and have been followed by fans.
Sir Curtly Ambrose
The 55-year-old former West Indian pacer was a very weird hairstyle. The former pacer has a shoulder-length strand of braided hair from the center with beads stuck on them and no hair on the sides which left everyone surprised. Even before he had a hairstyle that resembled like a spider sitting on the head.
The former Australian all-rounder has been surrounded by controversies throughout his cricketing career. He is more famous due to the monkey-gate scandal. His disciplinary issues too kept him in headlines but nobody could question his cricketing skills.
However, apart from cricketing skills, he was also known for his hairstyle. Symonds had a hair which had long thick golden locks which stood out among all those out on the field.
As he edged closer towards the end of his career he decided to go for an all-new bald look and since then he continued to keep the look.
Colin Miller made debut for Australia at the age of 34 is remembered more for of his weird hairstyles than his achievements in the game. In 2001 during a test match against West Indies, he had dyed his hair blue. This former Australian cricketer who was nicknamed ‘Funky’ appeared so funny that even opponent captain Courtney Walsh could not stop laughing.
He may not be a cricketer from Carribean nation but his hairstyle resembled much like them. The former Zimbabwe pacer came into limelight after dismissing Sachin Tendulkar during a tournament in UAE. He was a rising a star for Zimbabwe in 1999 and not only his performance with the ball made him famous and so did his funky hairstyles.