Nasser Hussain- Former Cricketer (In a Nutshell)
- Nasser Hussain was born in India on March 28th, 1968.
- He was a Right-handed Batsman.
- At Domestic level he represented Essex.
- Hussain captained England in 45 of his 96 Test Matches and 88 One Day Internationals.
- He retired from cricket on May 27th, 2004.
- “Everyone should be decisive about what’s best for them and stick to it.”- Nasser Hussain
- “Learning how to win comes with switching the onus of pressure away from yourselves and then seizing your moment.”- Nasser Hussain
Nasser Hussain- Former Cricketer (Nitty Gritty)
- “Normally I don’t sleep much during a Test match.”- Nasser Hussain
- “It’s not an issue for me if I captain in 42 Tests or in 50. It’s a question of what is best for the team in Test and one-day cricket.”- Nasser Hussain
- “My philosophy is to respect the opposition off the field and play international cricket.”- Nasser Hussain
- “One-day cricket is about continuity, team ethic, understanding each other’s role, where everybody fields and bats, when and at which end they want to bowl.”- Nasser Hussain
Nasser Hussain- Former Cricketer (What set him apart)
- “I’m not naive and realise it doesn’t make good commentary or sell newspapers if you only say nice things, and the time does come when you have to say someone isn’t good enough and has to go. But commentators like Richie Benaud have shown that criticism can be made in a constructive or humorous way.”- Nasser Hussain
- “I’m never going to have a Test average of 50 like Tendulkar. All I want to be is the best that I can be.”- Nasser Hussain
Nasser Hussain- Former Cricketer (Final Thoughts)
- “I always used the media – if people were having a go I could use it as motivation to prove them wrong.”- Nasser Hussain