Top-10 Cricketer in the World: Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar has been included in the ICC Hall of Fame. He received the rare honor as the sixth Indian cricketer. South African pace legend Alan Donald and Australian woman Kathryn Fitzpatrick have been included in the prestigious list.
The name of the ICC Hall of Fame can not be listed within five years of retirement from international cricket. Sachin retired from all formats in 2013. He won this honor for five years after the three-match farewell.
Prior to Men in Blue, Bishan Singh Bedi (2009), Sunil Gavaskar (2009), Kapil Dev (2009), Anil Kumble (2015) and Rahul Dravid (018) got a unique honor.
After almost half a century of retirement, Sachin, the highest run scorer in Tests and ODIs, is Sachin Tendulkar. He is the only centurion in the history of the Century. Team India has scored 34,357 runs in all formats, including Little Master.
Alan Donald test collected 272 wickets in 330 and one-day internationals. He left the game in 2003. Fijepatric has two numbers in the women’s wicket-hunter list. He took 60 wickets in limited-overs cricket and 60 wickets in the elite version. Later, he has a record of three World Cup wins as Australia’s coach, and has won three World Cup victories for the time being.