Former West Indian cricketer Shivnarine Chanderpaul is one of the most underrated players to be a part of the modern day cricket. The batsman who represented the West Indies in cricket for more than two decades is famously known for his ‘crab-like’ batting style. He played a true anchor’s role for the Caribbean team over the years.
But finally the rabbit is out of the box as we will reveal what the dark patches under Chanderpaul eyes were. The stickers were anti-glare patches used to reduce light entering the peripheral area of the eyes so that he could bat and field without being affected by the sun rays. If you're familiar with American football, you must have seen players using the anti-glare patches to get the sun glare out of players' eyes.
Well after this revelation, the mystery that bugged many 90’s kids is finally solved.