Top 10 Best Cricket Batsmen Ever

Top 10 Best Cricket Batsmen Ever

Ever since the game of cricket was conceived, batsmen have come and batsmen have absent. But cricket, being a beautiful game has seen an stamina of their class and finesse which have wowed the fans. The best batsmen in the world brand their class with such expert that bowlers are left dashing for cover in face of their attack. A fine balance between carefulness and aggression is what makes them graft their runs with excellence. Now, let us have a look at ten of the finest batsmen in the world.


#10- Mahela Jayawardene

#9- VVS Laxman

#8- sourav ganguli

#7- Ricky Thomas Ponting

#6- Jacques Henry Kallis 

#5- Sunil Manohar Gavaskar

#4- Brian Charles Lara

#3- Rahul Sharad Dravid

#2- Sir Donald George Bradman

#1- Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar

Many people call him God. Some toured to all his matches, just to watch him play. Some broke down into tears, the day he retired. Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar is the name which produces awe, adoration and respect in his country of more than a billion Indians who revered him for all that he was, on and off the arena. The most productive run scorer in the history of the game, Sachin accrued a staggering 34,357 runs in global cricket with a hundred hundreds and 164 half periods. Fairly called the ‘Batting Maestro’, his sizzling conventional drive straight back past the bowler was a luxury to watch. In honour of his huge contribution to Indian cricket in specific and world cricket in general, he was gave with the highest citizen honour of India, the ‘Bharat Ratna’.

His innings of 114 against Australia on the fastest terrain on earth, that is the WACA at Perth against one of the fastest bowling bouts, at a very young age, commended him to his fans. He debuted at the age of 16 and superannuated at the age of 40 on his home ground of Wankhede as fans bid him an expressive farewell. In their words, God had to give up work. He scored 74 in his last innings and said Goodbye to his legion of fans. They would recollect him forever. So would we.

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