- Virat Kohli, India
In India, Virat Kohli is considered as a God in cricket, the brand of Indian Cricket Team & the most lovable cricketer of India. He made ODI debut in 2008, test debut in 2011 and became successful captain of both format. He was born in 1988 and is a Right-handed batsman and captain of IPL Team – Royal Challengers Bangalore. Kohli holds many batting records and awards like fastest ODI century, the fastest batsman to 5,000 runs, the Arjuna Award and so on.
- AB de Villiers, South Africa
AB ( Abraham Benjamin) de Villiers is the South African International right-handed batsman who is the captain of IPL Team – Royal Challengers Bangalore. His debut in Test match came in the year 2004 & in an ODI in the year 2005 and won many batting records including the world’s fastest 50, 100 & 150 in ODI.
- David Warner, Australia
The well known Australian cricket – David Warner – is currently the vice captain of the Australian cricket team. He made his debut for ODI in 2009 and for test match in 2011. Warner is an explosive left-handed batsman who has many achievements including, the title victory in IPL 2016 for Sunrisers Hyderabad.
- Babar Azam, Pakistan
The 23 year old Pakistani right-handed batsman is one of the youngest player of the cricket, and the rising star of the international cricket. Babar Azam is the vice captain of Pakistan Cricket Team, making his debut in in ODI recently and now ranked 4th.
- Quinton de Kock, South Africa
Quinton de Kock is a South African left-handed cricketer who plays for IPL Team – Delhi Daredevils. Originally a baseball player, he quickly grow up into one wicket keeper batsman in his team. He made his ODI debut in 2013 and Test debut in 2014.