We all are Indians and we love cricket, we all know t20 world cup is coming.Our team is ready and one big benefit for us world cup t20 is held in our country. now let’s talk about some awesome t20 players they can change the game in any moment. that’s why they called game changers. list is below.
Manlinga: Surprisingly Malinga hasn’t been at his lethal best in International T20 Cricket. He has 60 wickets in 50 matches with an economy of 7.37 as compared to his 236 wickets in 175 with an economy of 6.63 in overall T20 Cricket.
Macullum: McCullum has an average of 36 and strike rate of over 135 in T20Is which is unbelievable considering he is the highest run scorer in t20 history, touching 2000 runs, with a lead of 600 runs over the next man behind him.
Christopher Gayle: Christopher Gayle averages 33 overall, and over 44 in just World Twenty20 tournaments, which goes on to prove his liking for big matches in this format.
Shane Watson: The most complete all-rounder in Cricket, shane watson ranks third in the list. Watson’s average of batting (28) and wickets in bowling (36 wickets in 41 matches) do not represent the true picture of his performances.
Yuvraj Singh: As opposed to his other countrymen, the “SIX-SIXES MAN”, Yuvraj Singh has an incredible T20Is record as compared to his IPL record. Yuvraj is the second best player of T20Is with 7 MOM awards in just 34 matches, which means he exhibits a MOM performance within 5 matches that he plays.
Suresh Raina: Despite not being a regular feature in the longer format of the game, there is no denying that Suresh Raina is a legend in the T20 format of the game.The batsman from Uttar Pradesh has a strike rate of 141.96 in T20 cricket and an average of 35.19 and is also the only one so far to score a hundred for India in T20 Internationals.
Virat Kholi: Without a doubt one of the world’s leading batsmen, AB de Villiers will continue to strike fear into the hearts of the world’s bowlers after keeping his grip on the top of the ICC one-day international batting rankings throughout 2014. Indian prolific batsman Virat Kohli has retained his world’s number one spot in the recent ICC Player rankings for T20I batsmen following his excellent run of form in the just-concluded series against Australia. Kohli was the leading run-scorer with 199 runs during his side’s series win that eventually allowed India to replace the West Indies as the top-ranked T20I side in the latest ICC T20I Championship table.
AB De Villiers: Without a doubt one of the world’s leading batsmen, AB de Villiers will continue to strike fear into the hearts of the world’s bowlers after keeping his grip on the top of the ICC one-day international batting rankings throughout 2014.