Rating the Top 5 Indian Cricket Batsman

Cricket is a sport filled with amazements, surprises and a lot of inhuman wonders. One such wonders can be easily observed when you see these Indian batsmen batting like their team have installed a run machine in their team. Some of the batsmen are so dangerous that injury with their strokes has even led to the protection of the umpires on the ground. Every year during different formats of cricket, we see some of the craziest batting performances. The data is so dynamic that it keeps changing year after year, series after series, match after match. Indian Cricket Batsmen also turn out to be the decision-makers during the power play overs, especially in the 20-20 format of cricket.

Let’s have a look at the current top 5 Indian Batsman:

1. Rohit Sharma

Rohit Sharma is one of those rarest Indian batsmens who has got the ability to play the cricket bowl both ways as he can be aggressive and as well as defensive as per the requirement of the team. He is opener of the Indian cricket team in all the formats of the game and has been in great form. He is also the current vice-captain of Indian T20 and ODI team.

2. Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli is an aggressive batsman who has a strong technique, which is an extraordinary combination. He organizes his innings with phenomenal genius and rises to the occasion like a star. If he continues this way for another few years, he will break many records and become one of the greatest batsmen the game has ever seen and will be regarded as one of the greatest of all time. He has been the captain of the Indian cricket team in all the formats of the game.

3. KL Rahul

With the injury of Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul came in the limelight as he took benefit after getting in the Indian team as an opener. The Karnataka batsmen also have been doing wicket keeping as Rishabh Pant has been out of the team. He is likely to open the batting for the Indian cricket team in the T20 world cup also if he continues his current form.

4. Ajinkya Rahane

After a couple of very poor seasons, 2019 was the kind of year vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane desperately needed to keep his career afloat. In eight Tests, Rahane accumulated 642 runs at an average of 71.33 with two hundred and five fifties. He would be thinking to continue the same form as he was not up to the mark in the series against New Zealand.

5. Mayank Agarwal

Mayank Agarwal is a player who has come to the international circuit through the stages of domestic cricket. With 754 runs in eight Tests, opener Mayank Agarwal was the leading run-scorer of the 2019 for India. He began 2019 with a memorable 77 in the New Year Test in Sydney. He will be a fantasy cricket player to watch out for in India.

Fantasy cricket players who are planning to have some great bids in the cricket matches of 2020 should definitely pick these top batsmen in their favourite 11 list.

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