A budding cricketer has defied the odds after mastering the sport despite having no arms. Amir hussain lost his both arms at the age of eight in an accident at his fathers mill. For Amir’s treatment his father had to work hard and sell the cricket bats .The amount that Amir’s father earned after selling the cricket bats would go for the treatment. But the injuries weren’t enough to stop Amir’s love of the game. Now aged 26 and captain of the Jammu and Kashmir state para-cricket team, Amir is able to bat, bowl and even catch out opponents using his feet. His unusual technique for batting involves holding the bat between his neck and shoulder. Amir, from Indian-administered Kashmir, bowls with his toes using a sweeping leg movement to launch the cricket ball.