Top ten All-Rounders of ICC World Cup 2015

by Nicholas Salgado | Posted on Thursday, January 29th, 2015 | 0

1- Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh) –

i doubt any cricket fan wouldn’t know him. He is not only one of the best players in the world at this very moment but also he is in form. Last year he made quite a few records himself and he takes the top place in our list. Not to mention, he is one of the top players that is very very consistent with his performance.


2 – Shane Watson (Australia) –

Australia fans might get angry about why this man is 2nd. Well he is not in the 2nd position because he is less than the first. In close comparison, he might be even better and he will get the home advantage as well. But the reason he is in 2nd position is because his recent few matches didn’t go that well. But this man alone can change an entire match.


3 – Angelo Mathews (Sri Lanka) – 

I think no one will argue about this man being here. His batting have improved so match and his bowling is showing some good form as well. That is the reason this man has become a top player of the world and one of the assets of Sri Lanka.


4 – Dwayne Bravo (West Indies) –

If this player gets on a roll, not many team can do anything about it. His aggressive batting and consistent bowling makes him a dangerous enemy for any rival team. He takes the 4th position very easily.


5 – Ravindra Jadeja (India) –

One of the key players of India is this player. he was okay with the bat and now he is showing good control and spin on his bowling as well. he is hard hitting batsman and the 7th position suits him very well.


6 – Marlon Samuels (West Indies) –

Marlon Samuels is a batting all-rounder. While his batting is very good and he got technique, his bowling brought crucial breaks for west indies many time. he takes the 6th position very easily.


7 – Yuvraj Singh (India) –

This man is a beast. He would have been in the top 3 if he showed the same play as 2011 world cup. Still there is no doubting this man’s ability. he got power and he can bowl in right areas. he is in the 7th position of this list.


8 – Mohammad Hafeez (Pakistan) –

Mohammad hafeez is an opening batsman. So i doubt i have to tell about his batting. Hos bowling is good and he is very hard working on the field. he is one of the top players without any doubt. So he is in 8th position in this list.


9 – Corey Anderson (New Zealand) –

Very recently he made the world record of the fastest ODI 100 (36 balls, later broken). he is an explosive batsman and a reliable bowler. He is also very eager to show how much he has improved. he will be a player to watch in this world cup.


10 – James Faulkner (Australia) –

Faulkner is a bowling all rounder. most probably he will be bowling almost every match he plays but he already showed the world that he can also bat. having home advantage gives him an edge as well. So he is in 10th position in our list.



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