Published:1 September 2020
The recent influx of forced immigration has inevitably raised the level of cricket in Germany. The emergence of new players and clubs in the regional leagues has surged to 50 German Bundesliga and T20 DCB Club Cups. Indeed, in the 2019 Bundesliga final, the former Pakistan Premier League representative Musaddiq Khan and former Afghanistan international Izatullah Dawlatzai forward Kumodfeld SV won victory. Similarly, SG Findorff is a team composed of Bremen, headquartered in Bremen, composed of Pakistanis and Afghans, including former top Afghan player Hamid Wardak, who broke into the final of the European Cricket League (ECL) in 2019. In the process, they defeated the Danish champion Swanholm Cricket Club.
More and more players have also improved the quality of the German national team. For example, the former Afghanistan international, Amir Mangal and Asad Mohammad, have become refugees in Germany. Bringing valuable experience into an already diverse country, including skilled visa holders, immigration colleges, immigrants relocating to German families, and foreign passport holders of German descent. Like elsewhere, there have been many migrations in the portraits of the German national cricket team.