Andre Fletcher, the spiceman

Why Andre Fletcher is called the spice man has an interesting story behind it. Unique talent Actually, Andre Fletcher has the ability to guess spices without even looking at them, just through their smell. His Big Bash League team Melbourne Stars once shared a video on social media where the wicket keeper batsman was blindfolded and was still able to guess the spices that were put close to his nose quite correctly. Fletcher has been on the sidelines of the West Indies team and also had a possibility of making it to the playing XI for West Indies at the 2021 T20 World Cup. A lot of competition He was locked in a lot of competition with the likes of Evin Lewis, Lendl Simmons and Chris Gayle all vying for the top three spots. Fletcher really made headlines when he did well for Melbourne Stars in the Big Bash League, something that got him noticed not only by the general public but also a great of the game, Brian Lara who personally called up the West Indian. Fletcher has represented West Indies in 54 T20 Internationals and has struck 6 half centuries with the best of 84 not out. The Lara phone call "He called me and I was surprised, to be honest," Fletcher said of the conversation with Brian Lara. "He was telling me that, looking from the outside, I've been striking the ball cleanly and he just told me to give myself that opportunity. Giving myself that chance and playing each ball on its merits. I'm an aggressive player so there's no need to go out there and look to [over] power the ball. To be honest, that's what I did today. I've met him before. He's a great guy." "I told him over the phone, after what he told me I was like, 'So Brian, now I understand the reason you were so great'. He told me, feel free to call him any time I wish to, he's there, he's open for anything and willing to give me advice. I signed a T10 deal a few weeks before the BBL so I'll have a think about it, speak to my agent and hear what he says. I would love to stay to be honest."