5. Dirk Nannes

Dirk Nannes made his debut for Netherlands and the right-arm pacer impressed with his spells. To add more, the fiery pacer made his debut for the Dutch in the year 2009 against England in the 20-20I format. However, soon after, Nannes moved to Australia and went on to receive his only ODI cap in August, of the same year. 

4.Luke Ronchi

Luke Ronchi, the wicketkeeper, eventually made his debut for Australia in the ODIs and 20-20Is in 2008 and surprisingly, both of his debuts for the Kangaroos came against West Indies. However, Ronchi ended up playing for New Zealand and received his first-ever Test cap while representing the Kiwis in 2015. 

3. Tim David

Tim David, the right-handed batter, was eventually a part of Singapore squad initially and went on to rise in stature post participating in the domestic leagues across the world. Eventually, David made it to the Australian squad and was included in the national squad for the 20-20 World Cup 2022. 

Dawid Wiese was an active part of the South Africa squad and due to a lack of opportunities and signing of a Kolpak deal with Sussex, the player eventually moved to Nambia in 2021, which gave him the best platform to play freely, the sport that he has loved since his childhood. 

2. David Wiese

1. Eoin Morgan

Eoin Morgan, the left-handed batter, eventually made his debut for Ireland in the year 2006 against Scotland. However, Morgan made his Test and 20-20I debut only for England, unlike the 50-over format.  the left-handed batter grew up in stature, was tasked to lead the side