Cricket is one of the most popular games in the world. Did you know that this is the second most popular game in the world with 2.5 billion followers (first one is a football/soccer)? From year to year, this sport becoming more popular in the various countries, so that’s why we decided to gather around cricket motivational quotes from the legends. And here are a few best of the best cricket quotes that shows the real passion of this game.
Spirit of cricket is not about just the guidelines provided — MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni — one of the top performers in the cricket world, who has numerous records in Test cricket, ODI cricket and T20 cricket.
I just keep it simple. Watch the ball and play it on merit — Sachin Tendulkar
Yes, this words comes from the person who regarded as one of the greatest batsmen in the cricket history. Yet, one of the most famous sayings about Sachin is made by his fans — “Cricket is my religion and Sachin is my God“. So it’s really hard to ignore his advice, isn’t it?
The bat is not a toy, it’s a weapon. It gives me everything in life, which helps me to do everything on the field — Virat Kohli
Yes, and this is another legend of the cricket world. Kohli became the most consistent all-format performer of his time, making jaw-dropping chases look easy, and finding, in his own words, the safest possible way to score runs. A lot of them, to be honest.
You don’t play for the crowd, you play for the country — MS Dhoni
Nothing to say more, nothing to add more. It’s all about the dignity and proud. In other words, don’t spread your talent and energy for something unworthful, pay attention to the most important things.
I don’t believe in technique, I believe in performance. If you are tough, whether you have technique or not, you’ll survive — Virender Sehwag
One of the best performing batsmen in ODI cricket. Dozens of international records. A bunch of international centuries. This player knows the things, when it comes to perfomance, so we just can’t disagree with him.
Where do you think I learned it? — Imran Khan
This was an answer after Phil Edmonds called his play “dashed unsporting”. Khan, of course, was educated at Royal Grammar Worcester – one of the most prestigious private schools in England.
A wise man learns by the mistakes of others, a fool by his own — Adam Gilchrist
Many people knows Adam as a cricket commentator, but just a few knows that he is one of only three players to have won three World Cup titles. So he really knows what he is talking about.
Take risks, if you win, you will be happy; if you lose, you will be wise — Hardik Pandya
This cricket motivational quote is look like a form of the latin phrase Fortis fortuna adiuvat — Fortune favours the brave. So it’s not just about the cricket — it’s about the life rule.
I don’t think age matters. In cricket, if you have the skill, you can go on playing — Dale Steyn
Dale have been in the professional cricket for about two decades — from 2003 to 2021. Almost 20 years of sport career and often regarded as one of the greatest fast bowlers of all time and the best Test bowler of his generation.
Every day every hour turn that pain into power — Mitchel Starc
We just can’t made the cricket motivational quotes list without mentioning Mitchel Starc. You can even use it as your slogan for the team, sounds really great!
Individual brilliance wins a few games, unity wins championships — Rohit Sharma
Yes, and another one outstanding quote: you’re nothing without your team. Let’s make it clear: champion cups are given to the teams, not just one person. Cricket is a team game, and one person can’t play with 11 players of team members.
No matter how hot the fire burns, a protea always survives – AB Devilliers
Another one perfect quote can be used as your slogan for the cricket team.
My job is to perform, enjoy cricket and thank God for whatever he has given me – Suresh Raina
Do we need to say more about Suresh Raina and his perfomance level? Probably not, so you know that the person behind this words is definitely knows what he’s talking about.
If you’re good enough, you don’t need to say anything to win – Curtly Ambrose
A man of few words during his career, he was notoriously reluctant to speak to journalists. As of 2020, Ambrose’s 405 Test wickets place him 15th on the list of leading Test wicket-takers.
Cricket is battle and service and sport and art – Douglas Jardine
Jardine was seen as “the most reviled man in sport”, as said Gideon Haigh. Despite that, he is a legendary person and may be considered as one of the godfathers of the cricket.