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Meet 4-Year-Old Child Prodigy Who Plays Cricket Like A Pro (Video) 

Children are adorable gifts given to parents by the almighty. They are the young contributors to the progress and development of the country. In India, Children’s day is celebrated every year on November 14 in honor of the first Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru.Jawaharlal Nehru aka Chacha Nehru worked a lot for the education, welfare and progress of children of India. Thus, Children’s day is celebrated on Jawaharlal Nehru’s birthday to pay a tribute to the great legend of our country. Let’s check out the story of a child prodigy on this occasion.Generally, 4-year-old kids are busy playing with toys or video games. But there is a 4-year-old child prodigy who is making headlines as a young cricketer these days. Shayan Jamal, a Delhi kid, got selected as one of the batsmen to represent his school in the U-12 team.Read on to know the story of a 4-year-old child prodigy who is surely going to make India proud of his achievements in the future.Recommended story: This 2-year-old wonder child has better GK than a college pass-out (video)

At the tender age of 4, Shayan Jamal plays cricket better than many teenagers. 

This 4-year-old child prodigy got selected as one of the batsmen to represent his school in the U-12 team. 

Shayan Jamal's dad is a club level cricketer. 

While a 4-year-old kids can’t live without cartoons, Shayan is addicted to playing cricket. 

This young cricketer loves watching cricket matches on television. 

Currently, Shayan is receiving training from cricket coach Uttam Bhattacharya. 

Coach understood the wonderful talent of Shayan and got him admitted to his cricket academy. 

Uttam believes that Shayan is a wonder child who knows the nitty gritty of cricket at such a young age. 

Coach wishes to see this young cricketer playing for India one day. 

He explained, “Shayan is a child prodigy, a wonder child. He is special because at such a small age he not only bats but bats well with proper cricketing sense. Even the great Sachin Tendulkar, who ruled the cricketing world for nearly two and half decades, did not understand cricket at the age of four.”