Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Indian:
Indian Cool captain Dhoni, who won India’s World Cup, is arguably the greatest batsman of all time.
In the 301 ODIs, he has scored more than 50 runs and also has 270 catches.
Dhoni is a great cricketer of this modern era,
he crushed Kumar Sangakkara’s 99 stumping world record by placing 100 stumps in 301 ODIs.
Sachin started playing cricket at the age of 16 and Sachin’s name is the highest record of the cricketing world.
He is considered the greatest player of cricket in the world after Sir Bradman.
Sachin’s name is the first record of making 10,000 runs in ODI’s and when he retires,
Sachin has a record of 18,426 runs, which is the highest in the world.
It is the world’s first batsman to have a record of first double century, a record of 50 Centuries, 100 international centuries in Test matches.
During his career, Tendulkar fiercely smashed all the small bowlers of the world, including Waqar Younis, Shoaib Akhtar, Shane Warne and Muttiah Muralitharan.
The brutal style of Virender Sehwag is typical of the modern-day approach to cricket – score as many runs as quickly as possibly and give your side every chance of victory.
His amazing record has seen him average 49.34 in Tests and 35.05 in ODI’s at a strike-rate of 82 and 104 respectively, testament to his nature when at the crease.
His lack of footwork and “classic” textbook technique has seen him fall down the list compared to his contemporaries, however,his amazing eye to pick up the line-and-length means he he able to play his shot to great affect despite not always getting to the pitch of the ball.
Kapil Dev Ramlal Nikhanj was captain of the 1983 Cricket World Cup winning Indian cricket team, a former Indian cricketer.
He was a right-arm fast bowler and was famous for the outswinger. As a batsman, Kapil hooks and drives efficiently.
He was the highest wicket taker in India in both Test and ODI formats. He has taken more than 400 wickets and has scored more than 5000 runs in the Test.
Kapil took 5 wickets in Test cricket 53 times 53 times.
Sunil Gavaskar (India)
Sunil Gavaskar has been a former Indian cricketer who is considered the greatest opening batsman of cricket history and is also counted in the top 10 batsmen.
Gavaskar has the record of making the most runs in the Test matches and the record of making the most century in Test matches is also Gavaskar’s name.
He made 34 Test centuries in his career in almost 20 years, which was broken by Sachin Tendulkar in 2005.
Sunil Gavaskar was given the prestigious ‘Colonel CK Nayudu’ for the year 2012.
Sunil Gavaskar is fifth in the list of the world’s greatest batsmen.