ICC Cricket Rankings - Top 50 T20 Batsmen


ICC Cricket Rankings – Top 50 T20 Batsmen

ICC Cricket Rankings – Top 50 T20 Batsmen. That Cricketer Who Perform Best in T20 Matches and Hit many Runs in this Calendar Year.

Top 50 T20 Batsmen Rankings


Ranking Batsmen Country Rating
1 Virat Kohli India 826
2 Aaron Finch Australia 787
3 Evin Lewis West Indies 780
4 Kane Williamson New Zealand 745
5 Glenn Maxwell Australia 719
6 Babar Azam Pakistan 715
7 Alex Hales England 712
8 Joe Root England 692
9 Mohammad Shahzad Afghanistan 680
10 Hashim Amla South Africa 677
11 Sabbir Rehman Bangladesh 672
12 Eion Morgan England 665
13 Marlon Samuels West Indies 660
14 David Warner Australia 635
15 Lokesh Rahul India 621
16 Colin Munro New Zealand 601
17 Jos Buttler England 590
18 AB De Villiers South Africa 588
19 Ahmed Shehzad Pakistan 575
20 Chris Gayle West Indies 560
21 Rohit Sharma India 558
22 Malcolm Waller Zimbabawe 555
23 Jean-Paul Duminy South Africa 551
24 Shakib Al Hasan Bangladesh 547
25 Suresh Raina India 530
26 Quinton De Cock South Africa 530
27 Shoaib Malik Pakistan 529
28 Jason Roy England 525
29 Paul Stirling Ireland 521
30 Kusal Perera Srilanka 518
31 Umar Akmal Pakistan 510
32 David Miller South Africa 501
33 MS Dhoni India 501
34 Tamim Iqbal Bangladesh 498
35 Mohammad Nabi Afghanistan 490
36 Yuvraj Singh India 488
37 Mahmudullah Bangladesh 471
38 Michael Klinger Australia 460
39 Soumya Sarkar Bangladesh 455
40 Jhonson Charles West Indies 454
41 William Porterfield Ireland 450
42 Thisara Perera Srilanka 442
43 Gary Wilson Ireland 441
44 Corey Anderson New Zealand 440
45 Asghar Stanikzai Afghanistan 431
46 Usman Khawaja Australia 425
47 Lendl Simmons West Indies 421
48 Angelo Mathews Srilanka 419
49 Mohammad Hafeez Pakistan 412
50 Dwayne Bravo West Indies 410


ICC ODI Cricket Ranking – Top 50 Batsmen

ICC ODI Cricket Ranking – Top 50 Batsmen

ICC ODI Cricket Ranking – Top 50 Batsmen. That Cricketer Who Perform Best in Test Matches and Hit many Runs in this Calendar Year 2017.

Ranking Batsmen Country Rating
1 Virat Kohli India 877
2 David Warner Australia 865
3 AB De Villiers South Africa 847
4 Joe root England 802
5 Rohit Sharma India 800
6 Babar Azam Pakistan 786
7 Kane Williamson New Zealand 769
8 Quinton de Kock South Africa 767
9 Faf du Plessis South Africa 761
10 Martin Guptill New Zealand 756
11 Hashim Amla South Africa 752
12 MS Dhoni India 742
13 Steve Smith Australia 740
14 Shikhar Dhawan India 720
15 Ross Taylor New Zealand 715
16 Tamim Iqbal Bangladesh 708
17 Aaron Finch Australia 689
18 Alex Hales England 680
19 Eion Morgan England 675
20 Jos Buttler England 669
21 Ben Stokes England 665
22 Mohammad Hafiz Pakistan 661
23 Mushfiqur Rahim Bangladesh 653
24 Ajinkya Rahane India 640
25 Angelo Mathews Australia 631
26 David Miller South Africa 625
27 Glenn Maxwell Australia 621
28 George Bailey Australia 610
29 Jason Roy England 603
30 Shakib Al Hasan Bangladesh 593
31 Azhar Ali Pakistan 592
32 Kaushal Mendis Srilanka 589
33 Sarfraz Ahmed Pakistan 582
34 Kedar Jadhav India 577
35 Niroshan Dickwella Srilanka 570
36 Neil Broom New Zealand 568
37 Paul Stirling Ireland 560
38 Tom Latham New Zealand 560
39 Mahmudullah Bangladesh 558
40 Ed Joyce Ireland 554
41 Mitchell Marsh Australia 552
42 Soumya Sarkar Bangladesh 551
43 Jean-Paul Duminy South Africa 548
44 Mohammad Shahzad Afghanistan 540
45 Marlon Samuels West Indies 538
46 Jonny Bairstow England 535
47 Mohammad Nabi Afghanistan 530
48 Kevin O Brien Ireland 525
49 Shoaib Malik Pakistan 520
50 Dinesh Chandimal India 515
ICC Test Cricket Ranking – Top 50 Batsmen


ICC Test Cricket Ranking – Top 50 Batsmen


ICC Test Cricket Ranking – Top 50 Batsmen. That Cricketer Who Perform Best in Test Matches and Hit many Runs in this Calendar Year 2017.


Position Player Country Rating
1 Steven Smith Australia 936
2 Joe Root England 889
3 Kane Williamson New Zealand 880
4 Cheteshwar Pujara India 876
5 David Warner Australia 807
6 Virat Kohli India 806
7 Hashim Amla South Africa 776
8 Azhar Ali Pakistan 763
9 Lokesh Rahul India 761
10 Ajinkya Rahane India 760
11 Alastair Cook England 738
12 Dean Elgar South Africa 716
13 Quinton de Kock South Africa 710
14 Jonny Bairstow England 710
15 Ross Taylor New Zealand 705
16 Faf du Plessis South Africa 684
17 Kraigg Brathwaite West Indies 669
18 Ben Stokes England 664
19 Tamim Iqbal Pakistan 662
20 Dinesh Chandimal Srilanka 661
21 Shakib Al Husan Bangladesh 661
22 Usman Khawaja Australia 661
23 Mushfiqur Rahim Bangladesh 653
24 Angelo Methews Srilanka 652
25 Peter Handscomb Australia 643
26 Dimuth Karunaratne Srilanka 630
27 Kusal Mendis Srilanka 624
28 Moeen Ali England 622
29 Shikhar Dhawan India 612
30 Shai Hope West Indies 610
31 Tom Latham New Zealand 607
32 Sarfraz Ahmed Pakistan 603
33 BJ Watling New Zealand 593
34 Asad Shafiq Pakistan 590
35 Temba Bavuma South Africa 588
36 Mominul Haque Bangladesh 582
37 Murli Vijay India 581
38 Darren Bravo West Indies 580
39 Rostan Chase West Indies 580
40 Niroshan Dickwella Srilanka 549
41 Jermaine Blackwood West Indies 548
42 Craig Ervine England 540
43 Shaun Marsh Australia 538
44 Matt Renshaw Australia 536
45 Mohammad Hafiz Pakistan 532
46 Wriddhiman Saha India 528
47 Henry Nicholls New Zealand 520
48 Jean-Paul Duminy South Africa 518
49 Sikandar Raza Zimbabawe 497
50 Ravindra Jadeja India 421


“Life taught me a lot. I will always try to live like a king. Whether I have the money or not. This is the way I live. Therefore, once the King happens, it is always the King. “It was Hardik Pandya’s Whatsapp Status. In the way that Hardik Pandya is being offered uncomfortable performance in front of him, the performance of players like Suresh Raina, Ravindra Jadeja, who have been playing for the Indian Cricket Team for many years, is getting frustrated.
Today, hearty Virat Kohli and Mahendra Singh Dhoni stand in line. Now you will learn this masterpiece of Hardik Pandya by this biography.

Hardik Pandya Family Background

Hardik Pandya was born in Chaurasiya, Surat, Gujarat. His father Himanshu Pandya was a Related Businessman with a car.
Since childhood, both brothers were passionate about cricket.  his father left his car business in Surat and shifted to Baroda,
where he recruited both of his sons to the cricket academy of Kiran More.

Kiran More was well aware of his father’s weak financial situation and he was also very impressed with the early excellent performance of both the brothers.
Because of which he waived the three-year academic fee of the two brothers.

His brother says Hardik Pandya was better than Me.They have a big brother too – Krunal Pandya But he could not play a single cricket match from March 2015 due to suffering from a shoulder problem.

Since childhood, there is an incredible ability to do good in Confidence and Prasar. Because of which he has won many club cricket matches on his own alone.They have played many First Class and List A matches with better performances.

 Life Changing Opportunity Of Hardik  PaHardik pandya storyndya

The opening match of the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy of 2013 changed his life, In that match, Baroda quickly lost two wickets for just 20 runs. Because of which the clouds of distress were on the Baroda road.In such a situation, there was a hearty batting in the fifth over.
While facing the deadly balls Zaheer Khan, Dhawal Kulkarni and Praveen Tambe, Indias best fastest bats, scored 82 not out in 52 balls
and once won the Baroda team standing on the verge of defeat.His performance brought him to Limelight, due to which he became the subject of discussion between the present and the former cricketers.The Mumbai Indians coach John Wright was so impressed with this performance that he went to see Hardik’s second match too. Where he was not disappointed.

He bowled one of the best bowling figures 4-1-7-3 and showed some good hand in batting with 37 runs. Which was no less than the best performance for any All Rounder.
In the 2014 season, Mumbai Indians kept them in the practice camp as a backup of the injured players,
and in just 15 days they all affected their batting, bowling, and fielding.

Yuzvendra Chahal StoryIndian Cricket Player “Yuzvendra Chahal”

Born in Haryana, Yuzvendra Chahal is a fine right-arm leg-spinner,
Yuzvendra Chahal first played at the age of 19 in a game against Madhya Pradesh at Indore
he also played chess and represented India at junior levels,
He is the only player to represent India in both chess and cricket.
Chahal played Ranji for Haryana since the 2008-09 season the same year
and was signed by Mumbai Indians in 2011 to be part of their IPL team.Yuzvendra Chahal’s father saw talent in Yuzvendra in 2004 and decided to make a special cricket pitch in his 1.5-acre fields for him to practice and develop his skills as a spin bowler. And that is how Chahal started his cricket journey.

Chahal first attracted attention when he took 34 wickets in the National Under-19 Cooch Behar Trophy in 2009,
ending the tournament as its leading wicket-taker


On 1 February 2017, he became the first bowler for India to take 6wikets by25 runs against England.
and has the record for the best bowling as a legspinner in T20 history
For the first time in his IPL career, Chahal played all the matches in a season and was one of Virat Kohli’s preference in difficult situations.


Yuzvendra Chahal shot to fame with his good, consistent performances for Royal Challengers in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

He showed great character and bowled with

big heart against some of the best bowlers in the world. Soon,
he was identified by the selectors and picked for Team India.

Yuzvendra Chahal is one of the rising young stars of Indian cricket.
In the last couple of years, he has worked extremely hard on his game and emerged as the best leg-spinning option for India,
He is slowly becoming the preferred option for Virat Kohli in the shortest format of the game
In the recently concluded tour of Sri Lanka, Chahal was one of India’s best bowlers in the ODI and well as the one-off T20I


Chahal became a household name in India when he picked 6 wickets in an innings in a T20 match against England.
His performance in that match is now regarded as one of the best performances by an Indian bowler in T2O cricket.
Yuzvendra Chahal still lives in his childhood house in Haryana’s Jind district.


Karun Nair
karun Nair story

 Karun Nair Biography


Karun Nair is born 6 December 1991 in Jodhpur and his father Name is kaladharan, and he is a Mechanical Engineer
plays for Karnataka in domestic Game, He is a right-handed batsman and off-break bowler,
In Ipl Previous Session He will be played for Royal Challengers Bangalore and Rajasthan Royals,
Then Delhi daredevils Purchased him on Auction for the highest bid.
Karun Nair Played his Test cricket Match debut on 26 November 2016 against England.
He is the First Cricketer Hit Triple Century In debut Match,
He will score 303 against England in his third Test match.
Karun Nair first-class debut in the 26 September 2013, he played From Karnataka.
He scored three centuries in 3 continuous matches and their final league game.
Karnataka won the Trophy easily in 2014, Karun Nair scoring 709 runs in ten matches,
including an Imaging Knock of 328 in the final vs Tamil Nadu to help Karnataka easily innings victory.
Karun Nair is only the second player from Karnataka who scores a triple century and the first batsman who score a triple century in Ranji final.

He is a Young Cricketer and a magical Batsman. he playing against any team or any place they will be runs.

Karun Nair played 6 Test scored 374 runs Batting average 62.12 Top Score 303 against England, He played 2 ODI matches scored 46 Runs Batting Average 23.12 Top score 39.Nair played 41 First class Matches Scored 3391 Batting Average 55.02 Top core 328 against Tamil Nadu.

Karun Nair’s triple century for Team India, India Green suffered a defeat at the hands of India Red in the Duleep Trophy cricket match. Nayar,
who was involved in the return exercises in the Indian team, played a hundred in the odd conditions, But despite this, his team had to face defeat. The 25-year-old Nayar scored 120 runs. Apart from them, opener R. In the 59th and lower order,
Mayank  Dagar scored 45 runs but India Greene’s team went out to chase the difficult target of 474 runs.

The second innings, out of 303 runs. India Green lost their last five wickets for 28 runs




Virender Sehwag StoryVirender Sehwag Most dangerous Batsman in cricket history. Sehwag born 20 oct 1978 in Najafgarh Delhi, He is a former Indian cricketer and Former India Captain.
He is Nick Name is Viru and also called him Sultan of Multan, India tour Pakistan Virender Sehwag attack Pakistani bowlers and complete 300 runs in Multan test match.

Sehwag First Man on the planet who score 219 in International Career against West Indies in Just 149 balls, He hit 7 Big Sixes and 25 Boundaries on this Match and India win this match 147 runs.
Virender Sehwag is Right and batsman and right hand Off spin bowler.the Test Debut 3 November 2001 vs South Africa,
Sehwag Aceves many records including the highest Runs made by an Indian in Test cricket History 319 Vs South Africa in Chennai, which was the fastest triple century in the history cricket, He Reach 300 run in just 278 balls.
The first Test Match in Chennai 26 March 2008, South Africa win the toss and choose the Bat and then they Declared our inning 540 runs for loss of Five wickets,
then India came to bat and Sehwag played the attacking game he will score 319 and Draw the Test Match.
Virender Sehwag First Triple Century vs Pakistan in Multan Pakistan, The first Test on this tour India Won the Toss and decided the Batting First,
India opener will come Akash copra and Virender Sehwag, Pakistani bowlers are so good but Sehwag is Superman of cricket he will attacking Pakistani bowlers and complete 100 runs,
He will more attack Pakistani bowlers and Hit six and complete 300runs in just 361 balls.
Virender Sehwag Debut and Last One day International Match are Pakistan, debut date is 1 April 1999 and End ODI career 3 January 2013.
Same situation in T20 match Debut and Last Match same team against South Africa.
Sehwag played Last Test match Against Australia in Australia.

                    Statistics  Of  Virender Sehwag

Test Matches  104, 8586 Runs, Average 49.34, Top Score 319 runs

ODI Matches 251, 8273 Runs, Average 35.05,  Top score 219 Runs

T20 Matches 19,  394 Runs,     Average 21.88,  Top Score 68 Runs