50 Greatest Cricketers of all Time For almost two centuries, cricket has been exciting fans all over the world, with plenty of players going on to become legends of the sport. Starting with a top 10, we have listed a total of 50 greatest cricketers in no particular order of preference, just plain quality & legendary status.
All greatest players have unique talent and skills which make them one of the greatest player of all time: Don Bradman (extraordinary Average and record), Tendulkar (King of Records and consistency), Viv Richard (Best Entertainer), Brian Lara (Best temperament), Javed Miandad (Best 'Man of Crisis') etc (from Syed Shah, Nov 2011)
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Being the only player to have scored 500 runs in first class cricket, and to be the only player in the history of the game to score 400 runs in a single innings of test, and to be one of those players to have scored most number of double hundreds makes Brian Lara one of the most outstanding batsmen of all time, and easily the greatest batsman ...
7 Best Cricket Players of All-Time. Here are our top seven. 1. Donald Bradman. Sir Donald Bradman, also known as The Don, is considered by most experts as the greatest batsman ever. His batting average in test cricket was a staggering 99.94, an achievement that is unmatched in any major sport.
Cricket is the most popular game, after Soccer. Cricket is a 16th Century game and in this almost 500 years it has produced some greatest Cricketers. It’s quite easy to pick top 50 or top 20 but making a list of top 21 Best Cricket Player of all time.
Sir Ian Botham is widely regarded as one of the greatest all-rounders in cricket history, and Botham represented England in both Test and One-Day International cricket. In 1980, Sir Ian Botham became the 2nd player in Test history to complete the "match double" of scoring 100 runs and taking 10 wickets in the same match.
The Greatest Cricketer of All Time – your votes revealed! To celebrate the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 taking place in England and Wales, BBC Asian Network asked you to vote for The Greatest ...
I will go back, towards the very beginning, back to 1877, in the search for my 50 greatest cricketers of all time. It's no easy task, yet it is highly enjoyable and enlightening.