1 Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar, widely known as the "Little Master," is a former Indian cricketer and one of the greatest batsmen in the history of the sport. Born on April 24, 1973, in Mumbai, Maharashtra, Tendulkar's talent and passion for cricket were evident from a young age. He made his international debut at the age of 16 and went on to have an illustrious career spanning 24 years. Tendulkar holds numerous records, including being the highest run-scorer in international cricket. His impeccable technique, incredible consistency, and ability to perform under pressure made him a role model for aspiring cricketers around the world. Tendulkar retired from international cricket in 2013, leaving behind a legacy that is unlikely to be surpassed.
No doubt he is the king of Indian Cricket. He was the solo entertainer during his first few years until Dhoni and other new players started entering in to the cricket team. He amazed people of all ages. Entire matches depended on his batting. Now you have multiple options of players, Dhoni, Kohli, Sharma, Yuvraj...
I think Sachin Tendulkar made over 100 centuries and scored more than 1708 runs and he is a good bowler in cricket. He has taken 5 wickets twice on the Australian Stadium Pert. He is my one of the favorite player.
He is the best. He is the manager, director and producer of Cricker. Got it!
He is the right hand of Sir Don Bradman. His shots are same like Sir Don Bradman. He is always cool. He had many strength problems but he never gave up till he holds the World Cup Trophy, his dream was just to hold the World Cup. For chasing his dream he became the best cricketer also.
2 Mahendra Singh Dhoni
Mahendra Singh Dhoni, known as "Captain Cool," is a former Indian cricket player who served as the captain of the Indian national team. He was born on July 7, 1981, in Ranchi, Jharkhand. Dhoni is considered one of the best wicket-keeper batsmen in the history of cricket. He made his international debut in 2004 and played a crucial role in leading India to several memorable victories, including the 2007 ICC World Twenty20 and the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup. Dhoni's calm demeanor, exceptional leadership skills, and remarkable finishing abilities earned him immense respect from fans and teammates alike. After a successful career, Dhoni retired from international cricket in 2020. He remains an iconic figure in Indian cricket history.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
He's one of the best players in the world. After he took over the Indian team, he slowly changed the mindset and confidence levels of Indian cricketers. In the past, if the star and legend player didn't score runs, the rest of the players would collapse, and no one would score, resulting in the Indian team losing the game, most of the time.
But now, the situation is not like those times. Even if a star player is not performing well, other players come up with more confidence and score runs for the Indian team, leading to victories. Now, the Indian team wins most of the games.
Thank you, and I salute you, Mr. Dhoni, for your efforts in building the strongest Indian team.
More than only a batsman & a wicket-keeper! He's the mastermind of winning any match. I don't think there is anyone else other than MSD who has a better understanding of ongoing game. No doubts, he has degraded his batting strength for the team by coming down the order. But when it comes to batting, there is no comparison in running between the wickets and the power he has in his magical hands, which can scare any bowler in this world, no matter how dangerous he is in front of others. Love you MSD... from the day you hit 183*, your highest score, on my birthday to save India against defeat from Sri Lanka.
MS Dhoni Was The Best Wicketkeeper of all time. He made the fastest stumping (0.07 seconds) against Keemo Paul. He is Also The Best IPL Captain of all time and scored 5000+ runs despite batting at No. 5, No. 6 or No. 7.
Long live Dhoni... And long live his captaincy... Because he is the only captain who can lead the Indian team to glory... He is a true legend...
3 Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli, known for his aggressive style of play, is a prominent Indian cricketer who was born on November 5, 1988, in Delhi. Kohli's dedication, exceptional skills, and fierce competitiveness have propelled him to become one of the top batsmen in the world. He has shattered numerous records and achieved remarkable milestones throughout his career. Kohli took over the captaincy of the Indian cricket team in 2017 and has since showcased exceptional leadership qualities. His passion for the game and commitment to fitness have inspired many aspiring cricketers. Kohli's aggressive batting style and remarkable consistency make him a force to be reckoned with in the cricketing world.
An awesome player nobody can beat him
He is the only batsman to score 5 centuries in a row
He is the fastest to hit 13 hundreds
He scored 1000 runs the fastest
He is the next Sachin tendulkar
He is an awesome player. Nobody can beat him. He is too handsome. He is the next sachin tendulkar. Virat is the best & HE will be the best captain in future. Nothing more to say.
Classy player and is a rather vicious hitter and slams his shots with supreme power and speed. He will for sure be a cricket legend later in his career
He is the best and a wonderful cricketer he make team India to a best team in the world. No anyone beat him and no anyone bowler face him. Really he was our second Sachin Tendulkar. When he play all batters and bowlers are down. He make records and beat everyone in this earth. Virat Kohli is the only player who beat all records in one time. And he's 1st 200 runs make him a Indian Best Cricketer...
To all those who say that Kohli is better than Sachin.
Sachin played against tougher bowlers. The pitch was tougher too. Nowadays the pitch are batsmen friendly and bowlers are not even 50% good as the bowlers of Sachin's era. When Sachin played even 250 is a big total in ODI. Sachin still piled up runs. Kohli do not have challenge. So, don't compare God with King.
He is the best cricketer. He is the best fielder, in my opinion he is the best. He is the best batsman all over the world. I love his style of batting. He is much better than Abe devilers, David Warner, Chris Gayle or other batsmen in the world. He is the best captain too and I think he will be much better than Sachin Tendulkar in a few days. I am proud of him
4 Kapil Dev
Kapil Dev, born on January 6, 1959, in Chandigarh, Punjab, is a former Indian cricketer and captain who is widely regarded as one of the greatest all-rounders in the history of the sport. Dev played a pivotal role in India's historic triumph at the 1983 ICC Cricket World Cup, where he led the team to victory with his exceptional batting and fast bowling skills. He was known for his aggressive batting style, powerful hitting, and ability to swing the ball. Dev's charismatic leadership and determination inspired a generation of cricketers in India. After retirement, he continued to contribute to the sport as a coach and commentator. Dev's impact on Indian cricket and his achievements make him an icon in the cricketing world.
The best all rounder and truly best in al the areas , batting ,bowling and fielding and only Ian Bothom could match him in batting and bowling but not in fielding.
Kapil Dev is regarded as one of the greatest all-rounders in the history of cricket. Because Kapil Dev the only player in the world of cricket to have taken more than 400 wickets (total wickets434) and scored more than 5000 runs in Tests which made him one of the greatest cricketers in history Kapil Dev is the Best All-rounder in the world.
I think Kapil should at least be second on this list. I think this because
A.He won India the 1983 world cup facing the best cricket team of all time. (The early! 980s West Indian team)
B. He is the allrounder with the most records and could have made more if Azhar did not have him retire
C. At that time most of the Indian bowlers were spinners, so the pitches in India were mostly for spinners, so he was not able to reach his full bowling potential because of this.
D. Kapil Dev batted at number 7! If he batted up the order he would have more records and more time to bat winning more matches for India.
He is the first reason why Indians started watching cricket! He is the first legend and is most under rated now due to the different times! He won World Cup When there were no ad revenues no glamour no technology. Truly legend!
5 Sourav Ganguly
Sourav Ganguly, also known as "Dada," is a former Indian cricketer and captain who was born on July 8, 1972, in Kolkata, West Bengal. Ganguly's aggressive batting style, leadership skills, and unwavering confidence made him one of the most influential figures in Indian cricket. Under his captaincy, the Indian cricket team witnessed a resurgence, with notable victories both at home and abroad. Ganguly played a vital role in nurturing young talents and building a competitive team. His contributions as a player and captain have left an indelible mark on Indian cricket. After retirement, Ganguly served as the President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
Apart from being one of the all time greatest batsman in the world, It was DADA who made Indian Team to Team India. He brought passion for winning the matches in the Team. His contribution to Indian Cricket is the most. He made the Team India what we see today. He brought Passion, Aggression, Hunger, Wit in the team.
His legacy will stay forever in the minds of all the cricket lovers in India and abroad as well.
A) winning habits are created only after persistent attempts to transform, so in my mind he is by far the most impactful cricketer in indian cricket history. Someone who transformed Indian cricket for good.
b) He was among the all time one day greats and among India's finest in Tests too (taking into consideration his weakness against short pitch, lean patches et cetera).
c) Someone who spotted, inspired and groomed India's next gen talents and leaders
He is the one who brought back the self believe in Indian cricket. He tought how to win. There are lot of controversies surrounding him, but its for sure that he is the one that changed Indian cricket. A lot if players playing in the current team wad taken up by him. Even MS Dhoni. So lets not forget the great man. The true gem of indain cricket. The game changer. We love you dada...
He was a great captain and one of the best batsman of India. He had brought Indian team to an another level by his captaincy. He is the reason behind many good cricketers of Indian team including Yuvraj, Dhoni etc.
6 Virender Sehwag
Virender Sehwag, born on October 20, 1978, in Delhi, is a former Indian cricketer known for his aggressive batting style and explosive stroke play. Sehwag revolutionized the art of opening batting with his fearless approach. He was known for his ability to dominate bowlers from the very beginning of an innings. Sehwag's audacious stroke-making and remarkable strike rate made him a nightmare for opposition teams. He holds the record for the highest individual score in Test cricket by an Indian, with a monumental 319 runs against South Africa. Sehwag's contributions played a significant role in India's success in both Tests and ODIs. After retiring from international cricket in 2015, he remains an iconic figure in Indian cricket.
SEHWAG is a great legend player who plays fearlessly and has many unbeatable records like 2 triple centuries and 5 double centuries in test with career strike rate of over 80 averaging 50 in tests which is a miracle milestone he achieved. In Onedays he scored 219 which is highest and in career has 8500 runs at strike rate of over 100 averaging 35.
He is a great player India is blessed with.
YOU can ask many great bowlers about how destructive sehwag is.
For me If sachin is number 1 in cricket then SEHWAG comes in NO 2.
When he stands on the pitch awaiting the delivery, everybody has their heart skipping beats.
He is a devastator for opponent.. When he keeps going no one can stop him and history shows whenever he hits a century the chances of win rate is more for India
We don't watch live cricket when Sehwag is not playing. His old highlights are more entertaining than live match without Sehwag.
7 Yuvraj Singh
Yuvraj Singh, born on December 12, 1981, in Chandigarh, Punjab, is a former Indian cricketer known for his explosive batting and exceptional fielding skills. Singh made his international debut in 2000 and quickly established himself as a key player in both limited-overs and Test cricket. He played a pivotal role in India's triumph at the 2007 ICC World Twenty20 and the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup, where he was awarded the Player of the Tournament. Singh's ability to hit sixes effortlessly and his remarkable all-round capabilities made him a match-winner on numerous occasions. His resilience and determination in overcoming personal challenges, including a battle with cancer, further endeared him to fans worldwide. Singh retired from international cricket in 2019, leaving behind a legacy as one of India's greatest limited-overs cricketers.
He is the most aggressive batsmen that the world has ever seen. The cricket ball must be honoured by his bat. His pledge to fight cancer was a remainder of his strong will power
A man of his character will never be seen again, man behind India's biggest achievements, ability to deliver under extreme conditions.
He is powerful batsman in indian team and he was best make to won for important situations and maintain our team to won...
Success doesn't mean climbing too high when you are fit, but it lies in escaping a well when one fall into it and Yuvi is the perfect example for that.
8 Rahul Dravid
Rahul Dravid, popularly known as "The Wall," is a former Indian cricketer who was born on January 11, 1973, in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. Dravid was renowned for his solid technique, patience, and exceptional batting skills. He was the backbone of the Indian batting line-up during his playing days. Dravid's ability to occupy the crease for long periods and play match-saving innings earned him immense respect and admiration. His contributions to Indian cricket, both as a batsman and as a mentor, have been invaluable. Dravid retired from international cricket in 2012 but continued to serve as a mentor and coach, playing a vital role in nurturing young talents and shaping the future of Indian cricket.
Test cricket is being considered as the real cricket as it tests not only your technical skills as a batsman but also your mental abilities. I don't know why he is at number 11 in the list.Dhoni/Ganguly is top in the list because they got good team who performed well for them.If you can see record of dravid as captain its pretty good.Under his captaincy India recorded 17th consecutive wins in one -days by chasing. Most important is he is the most respected cricketer and that's why he is at NCA and not on any profitable profiles in BCCI.
Many legends during 99-2000s have their picture in Indian cricket museum. And the wall behind them is special. He is the success story behind every other one's success. The glue to Indian batting order. The thread that keeps batting intact. Marvelous jewel in Big 5. Dravid, Sachin, Ganguly, Laxman and Kumble
The impeccable wall, a strong foundation in batting line-up. Much profound as a team-player and devoted team member. His potential as a true player could never be harnessed by the team. Deserves much greater accolades and appreciation...
Sachin was the best batsman ever, but Dravid was the best team player. He was there to support when someone else was shining and will take the charge when no one is shining.
9 Sunil Gavaskar
Sunil Gavaskar, born on July 10, 1949, in Mumbai, Maharashtra, is a former Indian cricketer who is widely regarded as one of the greatest opening batsmen in the history of the sport. Gavaskar's impeccable technique, determination, and ability to score runs against formidable bowling attacks earned him accolades throughout his career. He was the first player to reach 10,000 runs in Test cricket and held numerous records at the time of his retirement. Gavaskar's contributions to Indian cricket go beyond his on-field performances. He paved the way for future generations of Indian batsmen and inspired a cricketing revolution in the country. After retirement, Gavaskar became a respected commentator and cricket analyst.
I think we should change the title to "Favourite Indian Cricket Player", too much bias for my liking. Some of these players are good but they aren't that good. Did they have the face one of the best bowling line-ups? (West Indies) No they didn't. Vote for the best, not your favourite player...
The top 5 should be Tendulkar, Gavaskar, Dev, Dravid, Kumble, once that's done then you can work out the appropriate order.
Humble yet a performer but he did not ever was high headed like Virat Kohli. That was the beauty about Gavaskar. Long live the champ!
The very most selfish player who only played for his personal records.
One of the best the greatest batsman of his era.
10 Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma, born on April 30, 1987, in Nagpur, Maharashtra, is an Indian cricketer known for his elegant batting technique and ability to score big runs. Sharma's talent was evident from his early days, and he made his international debut in 2007. He has since established himself as one of the finest opening batsmen in the world. Sharma holds several records, including being the only player to score three double centuries in One Day Internationals (ODIs). His ability to score big hundreds and his exceptional timing make him a delight to watch. Sharma's contributions have played a significant role in India's success in limited-overs cricket.
He is best classical player than anyone else.. In almost all the time he don't fails to give a good score for his team.. No one can beat him.. I like him very much after the god (sachin)..
Nobody else in cricket's history can be compared with Ro-Hitman Sharma when it comes to hit the ball with an brilliant time..
He's a genius on pitch during batting.
Excellent and wise cricketer.
Except yuvi no one else in Indian cricket could as easily loft the ball beyond the boundary like Hitman.
I like his batting this one who made 264 runs against Sri Lanka and 215 or something against Australia can any one will be able to make this? no one can! I am challenging all the cricket players! This is rohit sharma RO-HIT!
The only cricketer to score 2 double centuries...great style of batting and magnificent fielding...he is a complete man and a complete cricketer with a broad smile and lovely face making the audience bound to watch his game...I just love him he is the best!
11 Anil Kumble
Anil Kumble, born on October 17, 1970, in Bengaluru, Karnataka, is a former Indian cricketer and one of the greatest leg-spinners in the history of the sport. Kumble's bowling prowess, accuracy, and ability to extract turn and bounce from any surface earned him immense respect and admiration. He is the third-highest wicket-taker in Test cricket, with 619 wickets to his name. Kumble's relentless work ethic and never-give-up attitude were exemplary. He was also known for his sportsmanship and integrity on and off the field. After retirement, Kumble took on coaching roles and served as the head coach of the Indian cricket team. His contributions to Indian cricket as a player and mentor are invaluable.
One big match winning player for India and would have been the same or more famous if he would have played for any other side.
Definitely a greatest spin bowler and most under rated player. Only player in India to take all ten wickets in an inning.
An outstanding personality of Indian cricket history on and off the field. 100% dedication and professional player.
Awesomeness! Team India's lucky to have him coaching! Royal challengers Bangalore forever!
12 V.V.S. Laxman
V.V.S. Laxman, born on November 1, 1974, in Hyderabad, Telangana, is a former Indian cricketer known for his elegant batting style and his ability to play match-winning innings. Laxman was renowned for his wristy stroke play and the ability to dominate spinners. He played several memorable innings, including his iconic 281 against Australia in Kolkata in 2001. Laxman was known for his ability to perform under pressure and his knack for guiding India to victory from challenging situations. His sublime batting technique and graceful stroke play made him a fan favorite. Laxman's contributions to Indian cricket, particularly in Test cricket, will always be remembered.
Finest middle order batsmen India ever had in the team. Classy batting is his style
Technical cricket player in world. Back bone of the Indian test cricket
Classic player with great ambitions and will be one of the most elegant players of India
His style is incomparable and even Sachin is said to have learnt some shots from him
13 Suresh Raina
Suresh Raina, born on November 27, 1986, in Muradnagar, Uttar Pradesh, is an Indian cricketer known for his aggressive batting and exceptional fielding skills. Raina made his international debut in 2005 and quickly established himself as a valuable middle-order batsman and a handy part-time bowler. He played a crucial role in India's victories at the 2007 ICC World Twenty20 and the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup. Raina's ability to score quick runs and his agility on the field made him an asset to the team. He was known for his fearless approach and the ability to perform under pressure. Raina retired from international cricket in 2020 but continues to be an influential figure in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
He is the only indian cricketer to make centuries in all formats of international cricket. He is a future captain for india and raina dhoni partnership is better than the best
Suresh Kumar Raina is the best player and best fielder. In every season in Ipl he secured above 400 runs. He is a only player to play all the matches. Dhoni is the best friend for Raina. He played very well for Gujarat lions. This team is the top of the list in Ipl. He is the first batsman who secured above 3800 runs in Ipl. He is the best captain for the gujarat lions.No one can beat raina as a fielder and batsman. He is the top batsman in twenty-twentys.
Selfless cricketer. Sincere Team Player. Charismatic on field.
Best in attacking and counter attacking batting. Appreciates everyone immensely
He is an awesome and energetic player. He has scored the most number of runs in ipl. A very cool and calm person. One of India's emerging talents.
14 Gautam Gambhir
Gautam Gambhir, born on October 14, 1981, in New Delhi, is a former Indian cricketer known for his gritty batting and ability to perform under pressure. Gambhir played a crucial role in India's victories at the 2007 ICC World Twenty20 and the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup. He was known for his solid technique, disciplined approach, and ability to anchor the innings. Gambhir's resilience and determination were evident in his match-winning performances, particularly in high-pressure situations. His contributions to Indian cricket, both as an opener and a mentor, earned him immense respect. Gambhir retired from international cricket in 2018 but continues to be actively involved in cricket as a commentator and analyst.
You are the real champion. You can be the role model of young cricketers. You are the second wall of India.
Unlucky You! got chances when you were failing and lost place after became dependable.
He is my idol and one of the best Indian cricketer. He should be the captain of India
He always sets an example.
I want Gambhir to make a comeback in Indian Cricket Team.
15 Shikhar Dhawan
Shikhar Dhawan, born on December 5, 1985, in Delhi, is an Indian cricketer known for his flamboyant batting style and ability to score runs at a brisk pace. Dhawan made his international debut in 2010 and quickly established himself as a key player in limited-overs cricket. He gained prominence for his impactful performances in ICC tournaments, including the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy, where he emerged as the highest run-scorer. Dhawan's aggressive stroke play, especially in the early overs, often sets the tone for the Indian batting line-up. His infectious energy and positive approach make him a valuable asset to the team. Dhawan continues to be a vital part of the Indian cricket team's limited-overs setup.
He is a powerful hitter! One of the great Indian openers!
Power shots of shikhar I can see. Powerful sixes
His celebration style after taking a catch is the best...
He is the best player and he should be number 4 or 5. Change it RIGHT NOW
16 Hardik Pandya
Hardik Pandya, born on October 11, 1993, in Choryasi, Gujarat, is an Indian cricketer known for his explosive batting and handy medium-pace bowling. Pandya made his international debut in 2016 and quickly established himself as a dynamic all-rounder. He has the ability to score quick runs and provides crucial breakthroughs with his bowling. Pandya's aggressive batting style and powerful hitting make him a valuable asset in limited-overs cricket. His athleticism on the field and ability to adapt to different situations have earned him recognition. Pandya's contributions to the Indian cricket team have been instrumental in their success in various tournaments.
Best ever cricket player in India..
He is the best cricketer
He is a very best player
He is awesome player
17 B.S. Chandrasekhar
B.S. Chandrasekhar, born on May 17, 1945, in Mysore, Karnataka, is a former Indian cricketer and one of the finest leg-spin bowlers in the history of the game. Chandrasekhar played for India from 1964 to 1979 and was renowned for his unique bowling action and ability to spin the ball sharply. He consistently troubled batsmen with his deceptive variations and the ability to extract turn from any surface. Chandrasekhar's contributions to Indian cricket, particularly during the 1960s and 1970s, were significant. He played a pivotal role in India's historic series victories against formidable opponents. Chandrasekhar's legacy as a master spinner remains cherished in the cricketing world.
18 Ravichandran Ashwin
Ravichandran Ashwin, born on September 17, 1986, in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, is an Indian cricketer known for his exceptional spin bowling skills and contributions with the bat. Ashwin is regarded as one of the best off-spinners in the world. He has a vast repertoire of variations and possesses the ability to trouble batsmen in all formats of the game. Ashwin's accuracy, control, and ability to deceive batsmen make him a potent force. He is also a handy lower-order batsman and has played several crucial innings for the team. Ashwin's cricketing intelligence and tactical acumen set him apart. His contributions to Indian cricket have been significant, and he continues to be a vital component of the team's bowling attack.
Right now the number one test bowler and is rapidly taking wickets. So he should be in the top ten.
You are true I can see sir! Very intelligent cricketer.
He is also effective in bowling as virat in batting...
Our plus point... opposite minus point
19 M. Azharuddin
M. Azharuddin, born on February 8, 1963, in Hyderabad, Telangana, is a former Indian cricketer and captain known for his elegant batting style and exceptional fielding skills. Azharuddin was a prolific middle-order batsman and played a significant role in India's success during the 1990s. He was known for his wristy stroke play and impeccable timing. Azharuddin's captaincy was marked by his tactical acumen and ability to lead by example. Despite controversies later in his career, his contributions to Indian cricket cannot be overlooked. After retiring from cricket, Azharuddin ventured into politics and served as a Member of Parliament.
He is really classic player, with great athletic, he is second step of india who made India be great position..
He is a real inventor of Helicopter shot... And specialised in flick shot..
World best player ever seen.!
Very stylist bats man
20 Bhuvneshwar Kumar
Bhuvneshwar Kumar, born on February 5, 1990, in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, is an Indian cricketer known for his swing bowling and ability to generate movement off the seam. Kumar made his international debut in 2012 and quickly established himself as a skillful and disciplined bowler. He has the ability to swing the ball both ways, making him a potent threat in favorable conditions. Kumar's accuracy and control over line and length have earned him success against top-class batsmen. He is also a handy lower-order batsman capable of contributing vital runs. Kumar's contributions to the Indian cricket team, particularly in limited-overs cricket, have been significant.
He is best bowler in team India.
Best bowler I seen... ! He is future legend... !
Yes... he is future legend
Best blower in world
21 Harbhajan Singh
Harbhajan Singh, born on July 3, 1980, in Jalandhar, Punjab, is an Indian cricketer known for his off-spin bowling and wicket-taking abilities. Singh made his international debut in 1998 and quickly rose to prominence with his exceptional performances. He has the ability to spin the ball sharply and has troubled batsmen with his variations and flight. Singh played a pivotal role in India's success, particularly during the early 2000s. He is one of the highest wicket-takers in Test cricket for India and has also been a valuable asset in limited-overs cricket. Singh's contributions, both as a wicket-taker and a team player, have been crucial to India's achievements.
Best Off-spinner who has 400 wickets and has a secret weapon called Doosra. Rick Ponting is his bunny and he can win games by bat too. He also scored some test centuries.
Harbajan Was An Excellent Spinning Bowler. When he was young even the greatest cricketers fell for his googly.
Good player of team
Best spinner of all time
22 Ravi Shastri
Ravi Shastri, born on May 27, 1962, in Bombay (now Mumbai), Maharashtra, is a former Indian cricketer and current head coach of the Indian cricket team. Shastri was an all-rounder known for his solid batting and off-spin bowling. He made his international debut in 1981 and played a crucial role in the Indian team during the 1980s. Shastri's ability to anchor the innings and contribute with timely wickets made him a key player. After retiring from cricket, he transitioned into coaching and broadcasting. Shastri's appointment as the head coach in 2017 saw India achieve success in various formats, including winning their first-ever Test series in Australia. His influence and guidance have been instrumental in the team's development.
23 Mohammad Azharuddin
Mohammad Azharuddin, born on February 8, 1963, in Hyderabad, Telangana, is a former Indian cricketer and captain known for his stylish batting and exceptional fielding skills. Azharuddin was a prolific middle-order batsman and played a significant role in India's success during the 1990s. He was known for his wristy stroke play and impeccable timing. Azharuddin's captaincy was marked by his tactical acumen and ability to lead by example. Despite controversies later in his career, his contributions to Indian cricket cannot be overlooked. After retiring from cricket, Azharuddin ventured into politics and served as a Member of Parliament.
Best fielder in all time in Indian cricket.. And greatest batsman.
24 Jasprit Bumrah
Jasprit Bumrah, born on December 6, 1993, in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, is an Indian cricketer known for his unorthodox bowling action and exceptional skills as a fast bowler. Bumrah made his international debut in 2016 and quickly became a sensation with his ability to generate pace, accuracy, and deadly yorkers. He has developed into one of the finest fast bowlers in the world across all formats of the game. Bumrah's unique action and ability to deliver under pressure have earned him accolades. His skillful variations and yorkers make him a difficult bowler to face. Bumrah's contributions to Indian cricket have been pivotal in the team's success, especially in overseas conditions.
Jasprit Bumrah is an outstanding bowler, so I think that this position is not adequate for him...
Bhuvneshwar Kumar has never made even David Warner Duck-Out, but Jasprit Bumrah has made Chris Gayle out by 5 Runs.
Bumrah Dismissed Gayle by 5 Runs... Did The Bhuvneshwar Kumar Chump ever do something like that?
Jasprit bumrah is a jerk!
25 Ravindra Jadeja
Ravindra Jadeja, born on December 6, 1988, in Navagam-Khed, Gujarat, is an Indian cricketer known for his excellent all-round skills. Jadeja is a left-handed batsman and a left-arm orthodox spinner. He made his international debut in 2009 and quickly established himself as a key player in the Indian cricket team. Jadeja's accurate bowling, ability to extract turn from any surface, and his electric fielding skills make him a valuable asset in all formats of the game. He has contributed crucial performances with both bat and ball, often turning matches in India's favor. Jadeja's athleticism and agility on the field are a delight to watch. His contributions have played a significant role in India's success in recent years.
He is an amazing spinner and batsman.
He is a best all rounder
He is the sir of cricket
Worlds best all rounder