Indian duo Mohammad Kaif and RP Singh set to feature in Legends League Cricket 2022

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In the last few weeks, several former players from different countries have confirmed that they will be seen playing in the second edition of Legends League Cricket (LLC) tournament. Now 2 of the best cricketers of India have also included their names in this list, those are the veterans Mohammad Kaif and RP Singh.

Notably, both the cricketers had participated in the first season as well and made significant contributions to their team. Recently, LLC officials have confirmed that the second season of this tournament will be played in India instead of Oman, after which there is huge excitement among all the Indian fans. All the legendary cricketers have made this tournament bigger by including their names in this tournament.

Brett Lee, Dale Steyn, Jacques Kallis, Virender Sehwag, Shane Watson, Irfan Pathan, Yusuf Pathan, Muttiah Muralitharan, Monty Panesar, Badrinath and Stuart Binny have agreed to play in the tournament among many.

Raman Raheja, CEO and Co-Founder, LLC, said, “I sincerely hope that all the fans will be able to enjoy every aspect of cricket well. Every day many legendary players are joining this tournament and I am very happy that we are doing so much for our fans. We welcome all these players to the LLC family. This time there will be a lot of fun."

Mohammad Kaif and RP Singh are 2 veteran of the Indian cricket team. Kaif has been a captain of the Indian team while RP was a very important bowler for the Indian team.

Kaif has played over 130 matches for India and has scored more than 3000 runs. As for RP Singh, he has represented India in all formats of the game and has more than 100 wickets to his name in about 80 matches across format.

The list is not just of so many players. There are many other players in this list including Harbhajan Singh, Chaminda Vaas, Matt Prior, Asghar Afghan, Mitchell McClenaghan, Eoin Morgan. Last time this tournament was played in Oman but this time it is to be played in India.

Raman Raheja further said, 'Indian fans have supported us a lot. The first edition was most watched in India, followed by Pakistan, then Sri Lanka, and finally the rest of the world. Hope we can entertain the players too. This time everyone is going to have a lot of fun."

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