According to the International Cricket Council (ICC), players under the age of 15 can no longer play international cricket.
According to the details, the ICC has introduced an age policy for players to play international cricket, according to which a cricketer must be at least 15 years old to be eligible to play at the international level.
To improve the introduction of minimum age restrictions policy for international cricket, which will apply to all cricket, including ICC events, bilateral cricket and U19 cricket, and this principle applies to each in men’s, women’s and under-19 cricket.
On the other hand, the International Cricket Council (ICC) says that if for some reason a country’s cricket board wants to give chance to the player under the age of 15 at the international level, they should have to inform to the ICC for all the reasons. After which the ICC will give permission to the player based on his ability. It should be noted that before this, there was no restriction of any kind regarding the age of the players by the ICC.
Pakistan’s Hassan Raza, who played seven Tests and 16 ODIs between 1996 and 2005, holds the record for the youngest player to play international cricket. The right-handed batsman began his Test career at the age of 14 years and 227 days.