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Sunday, May 13, 2012

Top Ten Indian Cricket Players of All Time


India is one of the most popular names in cricket world. They have huge fan following across the world. This South-Asian cricket team has so far won two ICC ODI World Cup and the inaugural T20 World Cup trophies. They have given birth to many talented cricketers and are still continue producing great players.
Here, I have made a list of ten Indian cricket players including batsman, bowler, and wicket-keeper. Players have been chosen based on their performance and contribution to national cricket team.
If readers think that we could add some important information then they can help us by putting that information in the comment section.

Sachin Tendulkar:
It is hard to find anyone who hasn’t heard the name of this legendary player. Sachin Tendulkar who is affectionately called Little Master by his fans is widely regarded as one of the greatest batsmen of all time. The 39-year-old Tendulkar made his international debut in 1989 and still continue playing cricket. In his twenty-two years of cricket career, he has achieved many records in both Test and one-day international cricket. He is the highest run scorer and highest centurion in both format of the cricket game. So far he has scored 15470 runs in Test and 18426 runs in ODI respectively. He is the only player to reach the milestone of scoring a hundred centuries, including 51 centuries in Test and 49 centuries in ODI. He is also the only player to score fifty centuries in Test cricket.
He is the first player to have scored double century in ODI cricket. He is also the first player to cross 10000 runs in one day cricket.
Sachin Tendulkar is called the God of cricket. For his batting technique, he is compared with another legend cricketer, Sir Don Bradman. He was the member of 2011 ICC World Cup winning team.
Indian government honoured him with the Padma Vibhushan award, India's second highest civilian award, and the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award, India's highest sporting honour. Currently, he has been nominated for receiving the Bharat Ratna award.
Besides playing cricket he is involved in some social activities. He helps many charity organizations. He is a passionate follower of Sathya Sai Baba of Puttaparthi.

Sunil Gavaskar:
Sunil Gavaskar is undoubtedly one of the greatest players in the history of cricket game. This former Indian cricketer is considered as one of the greatest opening batsmen in cricket history. He made his international debut in 1971 and played cricket for sixteen years. In his career, he has achieved many records including the most Test runs and most Test centuries scored by any batsman. His record of 34 Test centuries was unbroken for almost two decades until it was broken by Sachin Tendulkar in December 2005.
He is the first player who has scored more than 10,000 runs in Test cricket. Playing 125 Test matches, he has scored 10122 runs with an average of 51.12 with a career best of unbeaten 236 runs. Since making his ODI debut in 1974, he played 108 matches and scored 3092 runs with an average of 35.13. He scored just one century in ODI format of cricket game.
Sunil Gavaskar was well known for his batting style against fast bowling. He will be memorable for his unbeaten 103 performance in 1983 World Cup which India won. He was not a good captain and under his captaincy India went 31 matches without a victory.

Kapil Dev:
Former Indian captain, Kapil Dev, should be considered not only as one of the best cricketers but also the best captains in the history of Indian cricket. He successfully led his team to a first World Cup victory in 1983 where they defeated West Indies by 43 runs at Lord's, London. The well-known cricket magazine, Wisden, named him as the Indian Cricketer of the Century in 2002. Not only that but also he was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame on 8 March 2010.
Kapil Dev was a good all rounder. Since making his Test debut in 1978, he played 131 matches and scored 5248 runs at an average of 31.05 with the career best of 163. With the ball, he took 434 and became the highest wicket taker before it was broken by Courtney Walsh in 2000. Till then, he was India’s highest wicket taker in both major forms of cricket, Test and ODI.
He is the only player who has taken more than 400 wickets and more than 5000 runs in Test cricket. This performance made him one of the greatest all-rounders to have played the game. After him, we cannot find anyone who can touch or break his record set as an all-rounder.

Anil Kumble:
Anil Kumble is regarded as one of the greatest Indian cricketers. This right-arm leg spin bowler is still the leading wicket-taker for India in both Test and one-day international. Of all bowlers, he is the third highest wicket taker after Muttiah Muralitharan and Shane Warne in Test cricket. He is one of only three bowlers who have taken more than 600 Test wickets in the oldest format of cricket game.
Playing 132 Tests, he took 619 wickets. He is one of the two bowlers to have taken ten wickets in an innings. He claimed this rare achievement against Pakistan in the second Test played in Delhi between 4 and 8 February 1999. He got 337 wickets in 271 ODI matches.
He guided Indian cricket team for few home and away series. He got the Test captaincy on November 2007 and succeeded Rahul Dravid. His captaincy was the combination of both success and failure. He announced his retirement from cricket on 2 November 2008. In 2005, Indian government honoured him with Padma Shri award, the fourth highest civilian honour, for his contribution to Indian cricket for 18 years.

Rahul Dravid:
If you are a fan of Indian cricket team then you should agree with me regarding the inclusion of Rahul Dravid in the list of best Indian cricketers of all time. He has all the qualities to be in the list. Rahul Dravid who is widely called “The Wall of Indian cricket” for his passionate batting style is considered as the last classical batsman. In his cricket career, he has achieved many records. He is the third highest Test run scorer after Sachin Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting. He is the second Indian batsman to have scored more than 12000 runs in International cricket. He has also more than 10000 runs in ODI cricket.
He has the record of having taken the highest number of catches in Test cricket. He took more than 200 catches and surpassed the Australian legend Mark Waugh. In 2000, he was included as one of the top-five Wisden Cricketers of the Year. In 2004, in the inaugural award ceremony ICC awarded him the ICC Player of the Year and the Test Player of the Year.
On 9 March 2012, this passionate cricketer announced his retirement from all forms of cricket game with the BCCI president, N Srinivasan and former captain Anil Kumble at a press conference in Bangalore.
It would be hard for Indian selectors to get someone who could fill up the game in the national team.

Sourav Ganguly:
The former Indian cricketer, Sourav Ganguly, is undoubtedly one of the most successful captains in the history of Indian cricket. Under his captaincy, the Indian cricket team reached to a high level and represented India in a new image. He got huge reputation as a captain. He led the Indian cricket team into the 2003 World Cup final where they lost to Australia.
He is the sixth highest run scorer in One Day Internationals and is the third Indian cricketer to cross the 10000-run landmark along with Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid. He was ranked the sixth ODI batsman of all time after Viv Richards, Sachin Tendulkar, Brian Lara, Dean Jones and Michael Bevan.
Since making his Test debut in 1996, he has played 113 Test matches and scored 7212 runs at an average of 42.17 including 16 centuries and 35 half-centuries. He made his ODI debut in 1992 and played 311 matches where he scored 11363 runs at an average of 41.02 with a career best of 183.
He was given captaincy in 2000 and did his job successfully. He was dropped from his post in 2005 due to his dispute with Coach Greg Chappell and because of his indifference in his career. He was drafted with Rahul Dravid. He took retirement from all forms of cricket in 2008 after a home Test series against Australia.

Mohammed Azharuddin:
Mohammad Azharuddin was not only a good cricketer but also one of the most successful Indian captains. He set a record of leading the Indian cricket team to 103 ODI matches which was broken by Sourav Ganguly under him Indian cricket team won more Test matches. However, Azharuddin will be well remembered to his fans as the best captain that Indian team had in ODI. He could play cricket for more years if his career did not end up due to the match fixing reasons.
He made his international debut in 1985. Playing 99        Tests, he scored 6215 runs at an average of 45.03. He played 334 ODI matches and scored 9378 runs at an average of 36.92.
He will always be remembered for his batting style which was comparable to that of his English contemporary, David Gower and Australian batsman Greg Chappell. He was best when it came to wrist flicker shot. He was good against spin bowlers.
Mohammad Azharuddin is not involved with cricket anymore. He is now a political leader. He is a member of the Indian National Congress. He won election from the Moradabad constituency of Uttar Pradesh to the Lok Sabha, the lower house of the Parliament of India.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni:
Mahendra Singh Dhoni will undoubtedly be regarded as one of the most successful Indian captains till date. Under his captaincy, India won two World Cup trophies- the 2007 ICC World Twenty20 and the 2011 Cricket World Cup. He led the Indian cricket team to get the maiden T20 World Cup trophy beating Pakistan in the final match and regain the World Cup trophy after 28 years.
Under his captaincy, the Indian cricket team has claimed some remarkable achievements that the previous captains could not do during their captaincy. Dhoni led the Indian cricket team at the top position of the ICC Test rankings for the first time.
At the time of his captaincy, Indian cricket team looks much stronger than previous and they are performing well both in home and away. He has been added in Time magazine’s “Time 100” list of 100 most influential people of 2011.
He has become the first Indian player to get the ICC ODI Player of the Year award in 2008 and 2009. He also got the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award. In 2009, he was honoured with the Padma Shri award, India’s fourth highest civilian honour by government.
He was given captaincy of India Twenty 20 squad for the inaugural ICC World Twenty20 held in South Africa in September 2007 and still now he is the captain of national cricket team.

Vijay Hazare:
Vijay Hazare died many years ago but he is still remembered for leading the Indian cricket team to its first ever Test win in 1951-52 against England at Madras. He was selected captain of Indian cricket team in 1951 and led the national side for two years in 14 matches.
Since making his Test debut in 1946, he has played 30 matches and scored 2192 runs at an average of 47.65 including seven hundreds and nine half-centuries. In his short cricket career, he has achieved so many records. He has very good record in first-class record. Playing 238 first-class matches, he has scored 18740 runs at an average of 58.38 with the inclusion of 60 century and 73 half-century.
He is the first Indian player to score a triple century in first class cricket. He is also the first Indian cricketer to score back to back century of a Test match. He also made a highest 577-run partnership with Gul Mahomed for any wicket in first-class cricket.
Indian government showed honour with a trophy in his name, the Vijay Hazare Trophy, a zonal-cricket tournament in India. He and Jasu Patel were the first cricketers to be honoured with the Padma Shri award.

V. V. S. Laxman:
V. V. S. Laxman is a well-known Indian cricketer. This tall middle-order batsman has got huge popularity for his passionate batting style. He along with Rahul Dravid and some other batsmen helped to strengthen the middle order batting line up.
He has a very good record against Australia. Out of his 17 Test hundreds, he has scored six centuries against Australia. In his ODI career, he has scored 4 out of 6 centuries. He has two double-centuries in Test cricket and both of them have come against Australia.
Laxman is a regular member in Indian Test squad. The 37-year-old player has so far played 134 Test matches where he scored 8781 runs at an average of 45.97. He is not an ODI specialist and that is why, he is not selected in the shorter format of cricket game. However, he has so far played 86 ODIs and scored 2338 runs at an average of 30.76.
He will be remembered for his career best innings of 281 at Kolkata which helped the home side to get an impossible victory against Australia. He also made a record partnership of 376 with Rahul Dravid and they together survived the whole fourth day.

100 comments:

  1. Anonymous9:17 AM

    but u missed the likes of virender sehwag and gautum gambhir

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    1. Sehwag is one of the best test player in world test cricket. He changed the the way the game, test cricket is played. More over he revived tests when it was on the threshold of death....

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    2. One of the best test cricketer in the world. He revived test cricket changing the way it is played.Most importantly when it was in the clear danger of diminishing popularity. Now crowds are back to watch test cricket because of him.

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    3. Sehwag is one of the best test player in world test cricket. He changed the the way the game, test cricket is played. More over he revived tests when it was on the threshold of death....

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    4. Anonymous10:27 AM

      You missed the best player of the universe and his name is the one and only.VIRAT KOHLI


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    5. Anonymous11:59 PM

      NOT A JOKE ITS VIRAT

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    6. Anonymous2:11 AM

      ITS NOT A JOKE ITS THE TRUTH...........
      VIRAT IS THE BEST........

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  2. Anonymous11:00 PM

    Sourav rocz

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  3. Sachin to get first position.I searched web to print and overnight prints Use ful to me and my friend

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  4. Anonymous6:35 PM

    MS DHoni is not a successfull test player, Sehwag wud have been there.................

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    1. YA DHONI IS DE WORST PALAYER...HE SUCKS...ASSHOLE..BECAUSE OF HIM MANY EXPERIENCED PLAYERS GOT RETIRED...

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    2. Anonymous2:10 AM

      karthikeyakings you fuck nowadays dhonis the best.

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    3. @karthikeyakings he gave 1 nd half year to recover to dat experienced players nd they misused.... dhoni is the best player nd the best captain to encourage the young players....till now no other captain changed the players like this... dats y india got 2 international world cups nd championship and world no. position in odi and tests.... resppect DHONI....

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    4. @karthikeyakings dhoni gave 1 nd half year to recover to dat experienced players but they misused.....he is the only captain who encouraging the young players....he changed lot of players not only sehwag nd gumbeer.....till now no other captain changed players like this nd encouraged like dis....nd he is the only cricketer will give the wins when other players fucks one by one......he done 36 times like dat till now...dont hate dhoni give him atleast respect..... because of him india got two world cups nd championship nd made india to stand at no. 1 position in tests nd ODI.....

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  5. Anonymous7:00 AM

    all are the best

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    1. Anonymous2:14 AM

      YA TRUE...........
      I AGREE.............
      ALL ARE THE BEST..............

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  6. Anonymous12:30 AM

    Dhoni there.. what a joke

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  7. Aaryan Arora12:17 AM

    Where's Kohli,Sehwag,Yuvi,Ashwin and Zaheer ?

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  8. you missed Virat!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. yes virat is future's sachin tendulker so please add virat

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  9. you missed VIRAT!!!!!!

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  10. Anonymous11:43 AM

    Gambhir!? Won us countless trophies

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  11. kaushal singh5:59 AM

    Dhoni is superb

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  12. kaushal singh6:00 AM

    Dhoni is superb

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  13. Anonymous3:15 AM

    Suresh raina is missed

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    1. S u r r8 suresh raina is the only Indian batsmen to score hunreds in 3 formats .so he would hve been there

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  14. Dhoni is not eligible for top ten cricketers

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  15. Anonymous12:01 AM

    yes its right that rahul dravid is the best test batsman ever india woukd have

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  16. Anonymous10:05 PM

    YUVI shhould be there.

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    1. Anonymous2:16 AM

      YUVI IS THE MOST WONDERFUL PLAYER..............
      HE SHOULD BE HERE..................

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    2. Anonymous5:11 AM

      Dada deserve to be no1

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  17. sourav ganguly is awesome.........

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    1. Anonymous5:12 AM

      He is d best cricketer of all time

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  18. sourav ganguly is awesome........

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  19. sourav ganguly is awesome.......

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  20. sourav ganguly is awesome........

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  21. sourav ganguly is awesome.........

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  22. Dhoni is great.............

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  23. Dhoni is great.............

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  24. Anonymous1:53 AM

    harish sachin is master baster


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  25. Anonymous3:30 AM

    according to me zaheer khan is the best player in indian team,because his bowling sense,his accuracu,his attitude,his determination,his bowling style,his phase of bowling looks classy.

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  26. There are some players are missing ....like

    Virender Sehwag
    Virat Kohli
    Mohinder Amarnath
    Nayan Mongia
    Zahir Khan
    Harbhajan

    and many more .....

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  27. Virat Kohli
    Virender Sehwag
    Yuvraj Singh
    Harbhajan Singh
    Dilip Vengsarkar
    Gundappa Vishwanath
    Bishen Singh Bedi
    Javagal Srinath

    and many more are missing

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    1. It says top 10. You can't add so many names to the list

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  28. Anonymous6:30 AM


    wow what a nice player
    I want to see it again but I can't
    Sorry

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  29. Its surprise to see Dhoni's name instead of the great G.R. Vishwanath, a brilliant, skilful and eminent cricketer, apart from that a cricketer of great sportsmanship. His sportsmanship cost India the golden jubilee test against England against his captainship, but his sportsmanship was highly acclaimed throughout the world. He showed cricket is not a game but it is an art. Fabolus cricketer

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  30. Anonymous11:27 AM

    dhoni better than vvs,sehwag and gambhir? what a
    joke

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    1. Anonymous6:19 AM

      dhoni rocks

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  31. Anonymous6:32 AM

    where is sehwag man? do u know cricket or not?

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  32. waste blog..where is yuvi,sehwag??
    Why you put Dhoni???

    what a funny blog to read

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  33. Anonymous12:16 AM

    He has put dhoni because he is the second most successful captain of Indian cricket and will soon be the most sucessful. Not to mention he may be going through a bad patch at the moment , he is absolute game changer and a fantastic player.

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  34. Anonymous8:00 AM

    Dhoni is captain

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  35. Anonymous6:51 AM

    RAHUL DRAVID IS NO 1. SACHIN IS A SELFISH B...

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    1. Anonymous8:11 PM

      U r an asshole...sachin is a great player..he's the most successful batsman is wins and chases..check his stats in finals...he's d best batsman overall in finals in d world..if u don't believe me search it on Google dickhead...

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  36. Anonymous6:18 AM

    thats right but virat, yuvi ,ashwin, gambhir, should also be there....

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  37. ndia is one of the most popular names in cricket world. They have huge fan following across the world. This South-Asian cricket team has so far won two ICC ODI World Cup and the inaugural T20 World Cup trophies. They have given birth to many talented cricketers and are still continue producing great players.
    Here, I have made a list of ten Indian cricket players including batsman, bowler, and wicket-keeper. Players have been chosen based on their performance and contribution to national cricket team.
    If readers think that we could add some important information then they can help us by putting that information in the comment section.

    Sachin Tendulkar: Cricket

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  38. Shewag and srinath must be added

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  39. Srikanth and Ravi sastri should be Included

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  40. Anonymous7:10 AM

    Raina is the best allrounder in the world Dhoni made big mistake and Dhoni has a place in women's cricket team

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  41. Dhoni is not even eligible to be in the current Test team and what a crap to include him in all time greatest indian team.They should include the great players like G R Vishwanath,Mohinder Amarnath,Javagal Srinath.......

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  42. Dhoni is not even eligible to be in the test team and what a crap to include in the all time greatest indian test team.They should include the greats like GR vishwanath,Mohinder Amarnath,Javangal Srinath......

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  43. Anonymous1:33 PM

    RAHUL DRAVID
    Sachin Tendulkar
    Rohan Gavaskar
    Jay cutler
    Devin Hester
    Kevin Peterson
    Andrew strauss
    Michael Clark
    Alfered Morris

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  44. here some very big players missing out like Virender Sehwag
    Virat Kohli
    Mohinder Amarnath
    Nayan Mongia
    Zahir Khan
    Harbhajan ......................dhoni is not still to be there...............

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  45. Man Ur a real Dick .. U didn't mentioned Shewag ..

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    1. Anonymous3:29 AM

      you idiot,who the hell is shewag
      its not shewag its sehwag

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  46. Man U r a Real Dick .. U didn't mentioned India's Test Legend .. Shewag ..

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  47. Anonymous11:21 PM

    top 10 test team in india:

    1.Gavaskar
    2.Sehwag or (Vijay Hazare)
    3.Dravid
    4.Pujara
    5.Sachin
    6.V.V.S.Laxman
    7.Dhoni
    8.Kapil Dev
    9.Ashwin
    10.Kumble
    11.Z.Khan
    12.H.Singh

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  48. Anonymous11:31 PM

    Top 10 Indian ODI Team:
    1.Sehwag
    2.Sachin
    3.Gambir
    4.Ganguly
    5.Kholi
    6.Yuvi
    7.Dhoni
    8.Kapil Dev
    9.Ashwin
    10.Kumble
    11.Zaheer
    12.raina
    13.H.Singh
    14.V.Prasad
    15.Srinath

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  49. Anonymous11:39 PM

    Top 10.Indian 20/20 team:
    1.Sehwag
    2.Gambir
    3.M.Vijay
    4.Kholi
    5.Yuvi
    6.Dhoni
    7.Raina
    8.I.Pathan
    9.R.Jadaija
    10.Ashwin
    11.Buvanesh.Kumar
    12.Zaheer
    13.Praveen kumar
    14.H.Singh
    15.Y.Pathan

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  50. Anonymous3:28 AM

    sachin is the greatest of all times

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    1. gmail.com2:38 AM

      M agreeed with ur words !
      :D

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    2. Anonymous3:40 AM

      yes sachin is greatest of all time

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    3. Anonymous3:47 AM

      yes its right

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  51. Srinjoy Hazra2:19 AM

    The List is not so wrong, but still its not correct!! Where's Yuvraj Singh- The prince of India (known)! He won the 2007 T20 cricket world cup even, The 2011 Cricket World Cup. He also did one of the most famous enterainment in Cricket*-Six6es in an over! Where's YUVI? Even a Great player Virat Kohli! Where's him? Its not the correct list but not bad!Most of the Cricketer's in the list are a test player and being a test player does not mean he is one of the best player ! :D

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    1. Anonymous4:55 AM

      Can't you see it
      What smoke murli vijay

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  52. Srinjoy Hazra2:34 AM

    The list is not wrong! But not the correct 1! Where's Yuvraj Singh! Who is known as the prince of India!! He Won The 2007 T20 Cricket World Cup, also The 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup!! Also he did one of the most remarkable thing in cricket that is he hit 'THE SIX6es in and Over!!! SO, where's YUVI ??? WHEN IT IS SAID THAT "TOP 10 INDIAN" CRICKETERS" so the name of Yuvraj Sing should come in the list! Also a very nice player - Virat Kohli! Where's him ? This list above is not a bad list but not the perfect one ! Most of the players in the list are test players! And being a test player does not mean that he is one of the best player of India! I am just a 14year old boy who lives in Kolkata, but m not a fan Sourav Ganguly ! I was Born in 1999,5th August and i was a Fan of Yuvraj Sing when i started watching cricket! Yuvi will be one of the g8est Cricketer of all time ! :D

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  53. Anonymous11:42 AM

    I think Dhoni is THE best of all...He is
    STUPENDO-FANTA-BULOUSLY-MARVELLOUS cricketter of all the times

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  54. well!! India is a home to great cricketers. choosing the top ten is impossible.

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  55. india is a home to many cricketers,chossing the top ten is impossible

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  56. you are missing the great virender sehwag

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  57. sudarsan12:41 AM

    i like the player all of india players i like mainly
    ms dhoni virat kohli sachin tendulkar shihar dhawan
    virender sehwag jadeja yuaraj singh rohit sharma

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  58. Anonymous10:31 AM

    virat kohli,gauttam gambir..hould also be added

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  59. U bldy bstrds how can u miss the king of left arm fast bowler the zaheer khan & also key man of winer ICC world cup 2011 huh?

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  60. U bldy bstrds how can u miss the king of left arm fast bowler the zaheer khan & also key man of winer ICC world cup 2011 huh?

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  61. According to me raina should be there in that list bcoz no one of that list made centuries in 3 formats .The only Indian batsmen to make it is suresh raina so he should be ther in that list

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  62. VINOO MANKAND AND SHEWAG ARE TO BE INCLUDED IN THE LIST

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  63. VINOO MANKAND AND SHEWAG ARE TO BE INCLUDED IN THE LIST

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  64. if captaincy is not given to sourav, he will be the best in the world cricket

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  65. Anonymous3:10 AM

    where is virat kohli

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  66. Anonymous12:11 PM

    I think ms is the best know one can beat him

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  67. Anonymous1:47 AM

    virat is the best no one can beat him
    he is a uprissing star
    after6 or7 years he wii be the captian of indian cricket

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