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At the start of Big Bash’s tenth season, the competition has a fair share of international stars.

From « Universe Boss » Chris Gayle to T20 King Lasith Malinga, Australian audiences have had the luxury of seeing global superstars pop up their shores and bringing crowds to the Big Bash.

But what about the other internationals we can’t remember playing in Big Bash? I searched thoroughly for many names and found the BBL XI of a forgotten foreigner.

Martin Guptill (Sydney Thunder)
The New Zealand superstar was signed by Thunder as a substitute for Chris Gayle at the start of BBL02 in BBL02. Guptill only played one game of BBL02 against city rivals Sydney Sixers, scoring a painful 20 out of 27 points. Since then, Guptill has never played a game in Big Bash, although he would still be a great signing if he signed out of international cricket.

Mohammad Hafeez (Melbourne Stars)
When Lasith Malinga was called up for national duties, Mohammad Hafeez signed late for the Melbourne Stars during BBL03. The Pakistani all-rounder played a game for the Stars against Perth Scorchers, scored four out of six points, went without a wicket in his three overs and took the catch from Simon Katich.

Faf du Plessis (Melbourne Renegades)
Du Plessis, one of the most underrated T20 players, has been signed for BBL02 by the Melbourne Renegades. On his BBL debut, he faced Melbourne Stars, took a catch and ran out of Brad Hodge before scoring 14 points out of 17.

Matt Prior (Sydney Thunder)
I had to choose a wicketkeeper in the XI, so Matt Prior gets the nod. Prior played four games for Thunder in BBL02 and scored 32 runs with a hit rate of 68. 08 and make a catch. Fair to say he was never considered for the BBL selection again.

Paul Collingwood (Perth Scorchers)
The former English skipper joined the Scorchers in BBL01. Collingwood scored 113 runs in the tournament and had a bad tournament by his standards when the Scorchers finished second in the first edition of the Big Bash.

Solomon Mire (Melbourne Renegades)
Mire made a name for himself in Victorian-class cricket as a hard hitter with the bat and was signed by the Renegades as a community rookie. Mire played two games for the Renegades and scored only two runs as he failed to impress his limited chances. Despite not having the impact he would have wanted at the Big Bash, Mire has made over 50 caps for Zimbabwe.

Abdul Razzaq (Melbourne Renegades)
Razzaq, the cleanest batsman in cricket ball after Shahid Afridi in Pakistan, was signed by the Renegades in BBL01. Razzaq played six games for the Renegades, scored 42 runs with a hit rate of 120 and took two wickets with an economy of 10. 1.

Nathan McCullum (Sydney Sixers)
Brendon McCullum’s older brother, Sydney Sixers, has signed Nathan McCullum as a substitute for Dwayne Bravo in BBL01. McCullum played three games, scored 23 runs with a hit rate of 96, and took three wickets with an economy of 6. 5.

Saeed Ajmal (Adelaide Strikers)
Adelaide Strikers fans in BBL02 must have felt at the top of the world when Saeed Ajmal was signed to the Strikers. The Pakistani off-spinner played a match in Big Bash, took 1-22 of four overs and sacked Tom Triffit.

Rana Naved Ul-Hasan (Hobart Hurricanes)
Rana was a cult hero in Tasmania before the BBL was a franchise tournament, having previously appeared in the BBL state competition for Tasmania. Naved Ul-Hasan, signed by the Hurricanes in BBL01, has picked up 15 wickets in eight games with an economy of 8. 1 when the Hurricanes were knocked out by the Sixers in the semi-finals of BBL01.

Alfonso Thomas (Adelaide Strikers and Perth Scorchers)
In-demand for bowling skills, Alfonso Thomas was signed by the Adelaide Strikers in BBL01 before joining the Perth Scorchers in BBL02 and BBL03. The right arm quickly played 23 games in Big Bash and took 21 wickets on an economy of 7. 12 and win a BBL title.

Notable mentions
Chris Tremlett (Sydney Sixers), Jeevan Mendis (Sydney Sixers), Sachitra Senanayake (Sydney Sixers), Jade Dernbach (Melbourne Stars), Cameron Delport (Sydney Thunder), James Franklin (Adelaide Strikers)

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