Photo: English speedster Liam Plunkett enjoying the exquisiteness of Taj Mahal

Cricketers live a life full of hardship and efforts; they do get their share of limelight but behind it comes a huge amount of sacrifices. One of the benefitting factors for a cricketer can be a lot of travelling, as they keep touring different places for matches and tournaments. On this occasion, English speedster Liam Plunkett made the utmost use if his leisure time as he visited one of the Seven Wonders of the World – The Taj Mahal in Agra.

As the ICC World T20 is underway, teams across the globe are in India and as England have their next game scheduled at Delhi against Sri Lanka, Plunkett decided to take some time off and visits Taj Mahal which is in the vicinity.

Plunkett was ecstatic as he posted a fantastic picture of his right in front of the Taj Mahal on Twitter and wrote, “Another privilege of been a cricket playing, getting to travel and see wonders of the world #wt20 #eng #TajMahal”

Plunkett finds himself privileged as a cricketer as he gets to travel a lot and explore the world. England have been on the hunt for the semi-finals as they have returned from the dead and won couple of games against South Africa and then Afghanistan. They will now lock horns with Sri Lanka on March 26 at Delhi.