Top Ten ODI Cricket Batsmen
One day cricket is now becoming an outdated trend but we cannot deny the fact that it is one of the strongest roots of rotation of cricket. Ten most remarkable one day Cricket batsmen are:
10. ODI Cricket Batsmen – Joe Root:
One day he will lead the English team as he is 25 years and his fitness shows that he has a capacity to represent English side for more than 10 years. He is very smart, cool and has typical stroke. He is on number 10 position in ICC ODI rating.
9. Shikhar Dhawan:
No one had believed that someone will ever replace Sehwag; but Shikhar Dhawan proves this as wrong and places a permanent position in Indian cricket team in all formats. He is standing on 9th position.
8. Martin Guptill:
Martin Guptill is playing as an opener batsman from New Zealand side. He is a quality player and hard hitter. From last year his consistency in performance brings him at number 8 position in ICC ODI cricket rating.
Williamson started his career at middle position. But his tendency to handle the pressure and after showing his consistency on different positions, team management promoted him on 3rd position and now after the retirement of Mccallum he is replacing his position as an opener. He is on number 7th position.
6. Tillakaratne Dilshan:
He started his career as an all rounder. But soon his aggressive batting style promoted him as an opener and secured the permanent position in Sri Lankan cricket team. He is playing for Sri Lanka from last years. He is on number 6th position in ICC ODI ranking.
5. R Sharma:
Rahim Sharma an Indian opening batsman held the world record of highest individual ODI innings against Sri Lanka at Eden Garden and 209 against Australia. He is representing all three formats of cricket in India and consider as key player in his team. He is on number 5th position in ICC ODI ranking.
4. Quinton de Kock:
After Mark Boucher retirement he replaced the position of wicket keeper and opening batsman. This is the great addition in South African batting line-up as he has tendency to hit hard and his statistics shows that one day he will be considered as a great batsman in cricket history. He is securing the 4th position in ICC ODI Ranking.
3. Hashim Amla:
He is a typical stroke player in the era of hard hitting cricket. But his ability to maintain the strike rate above 90 shows his greatness and provides an opportunity for us to compare easily with others. He broke the record of Virat Kohli fastest mile stone of 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000, 5000 and 6000 ODI runs and stands at 3rd position.
2. Virat Kohli:
Virat Kohli had a record to score fastest 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000, 5000, 6000 ODI runs in ODI history. He is a sharp fielder and outstanding batsman at no 3 position. As the Indian team strength is batting but they still depend on his individual performance and won so many matches for India single handed. He is on 2nd position in ICC-Top ten ODI batsmen.
1. ODI Cricket Batsmen – AB De Villiers:
A marvelous, hard hitter, sharp, brilliant mind, sharp sense of humor and ability to convert losing match in to winning one no other than AB. He is the ODI captain of South African team and also has a capability to field as a wicket keeper. He has honor to score fastest ODI century in the history of cricket and stands at no 1 position in ICC-Top ten ODI batsmen.