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10 Best Cricketer in The World

Cricket is always known as a gentlemen’s game, and it is one of the most popular games in the world. So there is a massive list of cricketers, and they are outstanding performers in batting, fielding, and bowling. However, it requires exceptional talent to be on the top of the list, so this article has the names of the best cricketers in the world, and these cricketers are the best of all time.  

10 Best Cricketer in The World

1. Sir Donald Bradman

Sir Donald Bradman was an Australian cricketer who is said to be the greatest batsman of the Test format, and the batting average of his test cricket career was 99.94, which is a big thing for any player to achieve.  Sir Donald Bradman scored the same level of pay for 20 consecutive years during his career. That’s why Australia’s former captain also called him worth three batsmen of Australia, which means that he alone scored equal to three batsmen. He made many records in his cricket career. One of them is making the fastest century in the world that Sir Donald Bradman completed in just 22 balls.


2. Sachin Tendulkar 

Sachin Tendulkar, who is called the God of cricket and master, has been one of the cricket world’s greatest players. Their cricket records, their batting, and their simple nature have touched people very deeply, and in today’s time, every young Cricketer is seen chasing their made records. Sachin Tendulkar is the only batsman to have scored more than 2000 runs in a single season of the World Cup. Sachin Tendulkar started his cricket career at the age of just 19, since then he has made many records, due to which his name appears in almost every batting record in cricket history. Sachin Tendulkar has scored 100 times in his Cricketer career, which no other player has done in history.


3. Garfield Sobers

Garfield Sobers started his cricketing career with bowling, and then after some time, he was seen mostly batting in the team. He has considered one of the greatest all-rounders in the world for his outstanding performance in the cricket world and 1958, the Sobers registered their Test century against Pakistan in which they alone scored not out innings of 365 runs on that day and With this, he also got the record of making the most runs by a single player.  Although in 1994, Brain Lara broke this record while playing an innings of 375 runs, many such records and innings gave Sobers a list of great players.

Garfield Sobers

4. Vivian Richards

Vivian Richards is considered one of the greatest players in the cricketing world, and he is regarded as the best batsman of the ODI format. In December 2000, Wisden selected him for the award of greatest ODI batsman of all time, and in the year 2000, According to the voting of cricket fans, Vivian Richards was named as the five best batsmen in the world when he was seen in 100 members of panel experts along with Sir Donald Bradman, Sir Garfield Sobers, Sir Jack Hobbs, and Shane Warne. His popularity increased, and his game was praised all over the world. Vivian Richards is considered the greatest batsman in the world after Sir Donald Bradman and Sachin Tendulkar.

Vivian Richards

5. Imran Khan 

Imran Khan managed the Pakistan team in the world cup as captain in 1992, and the team also won the World Cup. He started playing for the Pakistan team in 1971, and after that, he also captained the team from 1982-1992. If we talk about Imran Khan’s career, he made 3807 runs and took 262 wickets in his Test cricket career. Apart from this, the thing about Imran khan which makes him more famous is that he had taken retirement before the 1992 World Cup, then keeping in mind the needs of his country’s people and team, he came back and captained his team Handled. 

Imran Khan 

6. Jacques Kallis

Jacques Kallis, along with the world’s greatest all-rounder cricketer, got his name included in the list of players of the world’s great cricketers. Jacques Kallis’s hard work and records are proof of this. This is the first Cricketer who crossed the record of 11 thousand in Test and one-day cricket matches. However, today, many cricketers broke this record, but Kallis was the first player who crossed this mark. Apart from this, Kallis has taken more than 200 wickets in his career, and after putting 45 centuries in test matches, Kallis became the second player to make the most centuries in Test format after Sachin Tendulkar.

Jacques Kallis

7. Muttiah Muralitharan

Muttiah Muralitharan is such a bowler of his time from whom today’s bowlers improve their skills. In 2002, Wisden cricketer Almanack described him as the greatest bowler of all time in test cricket history. On 22 July 2010, Muttiah Muralitharan retired from Test cricket, and in 2010, he took the 800th wicket of his Test career. He took Gautam Gambhir’s wicket on 5 February 2009 and surpassed Wasim Akram’s 501 one day records. Apart from this, he became the highest wicket-taker in Test cricket when he overtook Shane Warne on 3 December 2007. Muralitharan had all out the entire team 22 times in his Test career. Besides, he alone took five wickets in every innings in his ODI career about ten times. These numbers and records show why Muttiah Muralitharan is considered the greatest player in his time’s cricketing history. 

Muttiah Muralitharan

8. Brain Lara

Brain Lara is one of the greatest batsmen in the cricket world, and he is also known as the best left-handed batsman in the world. Brain Lara used to play in the West Indies team, and in the cricket world, many records have been recorded in the name of Brain Lara, out of which 501 runs have been made in first-class cricket and the record of being out of the record and if it is talked about test records. Here comes his most famous record, which he made against England in which he scored 400 runs in a single innings by not being out. These records show that Brian Lara was the best batsman of his time. 

Brain Lara

9. Shane Warne

Shane Warne is one of the greatest spin bowlers in the history of cricket so far. The cricket experts panel also selected him for one of the five Wisden cricketers of the century in the year 2000. There was so much perfection in Shane Warne’s bowling that it was difficult for any batsman in the world to understand his bowling. He played on behalf of the Australian team, and he started his Test career in the year 1992. Shane Warne has won 1000 wickets in his test and International one day career and is the highest in the world after Muttiah Muralitharan. 

Shane Warne

10. Mahendra Singh Dhoni 

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the most famous captain of all Indian cricket team formats and captain of IPL team Chennai super kings who are seen wicket keeping as captain in the team. Mahendra Singh Dhoni has shown his excellent captaincy and batting power to the world many times. Our country India won the world cup in 2007 and 2011 when Mahendra Singh Dhoni was the team captain. But there was a time when India was the number one team in all ICC formats under the captaincy of MS Dhoni. His captaincy is probably the reason that makes him one of the greatest players in the world. During the match, every Indian cricket fan believes that as long as Dhoni is on the ground, we can win the match, and at the same time, the world’s fastest stumping record has also been made by him, which he has only Done in 0.08 seconds. 

Mahendra Singh Dhoni 


We have included these cricketers in terms of their career and popularity among cricket lovers. This article has a complete list of the best cricketers in the world, covering the best cricketers of all time. We hope you got complete details of these cricketers, but please let us know in the comment section if you have any queries.

Lokesh Joshi
Lokesh Joshi
My Name is Lokesh Joshi and I am Computer Science Engineer by the profession and I am passionate about technology and integrating it with innovative ideas to give startups the initial boost that they require.

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