In this article , we’ll look at top 5 most loved cricketers in the world.
Quinton de Kock
Every once in a while, there comes a talent that captures fans’ attention. Quinton de Kock is one such talent from South Africa who has accomplished many feats at such a young age. Apart from explosive batting, he has led the South African team.
He is popular among the cricket-loving audience for his baby face. In the current generation of players among Virat, Warner, and Kane, Quinton is also loved by millions of fans worldwide
This amazing player from New Zealand is known for his patient style of play. The former kiwi captain is a humble guy on and off the field, and has an attitude that is loved by millions of fans. Just like his play style, he charms people with his humble and witty remarks. This has earned him the tag of the world-famous cricketer.He has won many awards from the ICC and the New Zealand Cricket Board.
The Australian batting powerhouse, David Warner, enjoys a lot of fanfare, especially on social media, his teammates call him ‘Hum-Bull‘ (humble),”. The world famous cricketer is one of the wittiest personalities on a cricket field and always enjoys and engages with the crowd in the stadium as well. Precisely why David Warner is considered one of the most loved cricketers in the world.
He is an explosive opening batsman who entertains his fans with his amazing style of play. He has been part of several World Cup winning sides for Australia.
Virat Kohli, a professional Indian cricketer, is the most loved cricketer in the world. He is affectionately called the GOAT of cricket in the cricketing circles and among fans.
Ever since making his debut in 2008, Virat Kohli has achieved new heights in his career. To reach where he is today, Virat Kohli broke and created numerous world records. His work ethic, strong, aggressive play style, and the will to succeed at the highest levels make him the most loved cricketer in the world.Virat Kohli is the third most followed sportsperson in the world, not just in cricket but in any sport.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who is also the mostloved cricketer in the world, was one of the most successful captains in India. During his playing days, he was known as the master tactician for his captaincy antics on the field and was always spot-on with field changes, or DRS.
He led the Indian team to the number-one position in Test cricket for the first time in history. India achieved new heights under his captaincy, winning the 2007 ICC T20 World Cup and the 2011 ICC ODI World Cup. Fans used to go crazy when MS Dhoni came to the middle, and usually he used to entertain them with his crazy stroke play.