Blind Cricket profile: Mohammed Faisal
January 21, 2017
Faisal was born in 1994 and is currently studying in college. He is a B2, or partially blind, category player who got inspired by blind cricket while watching seniors play at his school, called the Uttar Pradesh Blind School.
He played his first district-level tournament in 2003. His first national game was in Bengaluru in 2013.
He has played around 45 tournaments and was awarded Man of the Series award 15 times.
He credits Zeeshan Haider, who is the captain of the UP state team, for encouraging him to take up cricket.
Faisal is looking forward to prove his talent in an international match.
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