Create
Notifications
⚡️ Get the free App now
Favorites Edit
Advertisement

5 most loved foreign cricketers in India

Pravir Rai
ANALYST
Top 5 / Top 10
Timeless

Indian fans cheering
Indian fans cheering

They say that cricket, movies, and politics are the three most followed fields of interest in India. Indians eat, breathe, and sleep cricket. The madness for cricket can be seen on the streets, in the stadiums, and in front of TV screens. From Sunil Gavaskar to Kapil Dev, and from Sachin Tendulkar to Virat Kohli, they idolize cricketers.

Apart from the Indian cricket players, Indian fans love foreign players too. This madness has increased post the introduction of IPL, more than 10 years ago. Indians love to cheer for them and follow their game on the ground, and off it, their hairstyles, fashion sense and a lot of other attributes.

Here is a list of five such foreign players.

#5 David Warner

David Warner
David Warner

David Warner is an explosive left-arm batsman who has the ability to change the complexion of the game at any moment. They love him for his 'never-say-die' attitude. Warner is a media-savvy player and posts picture of his family having fun, whenever he is playing in India. This strikes a great chord with the Indian fans.

In the IPL, he has scored 4014 runs at an average of 40.54 in 114 matches. Being a splendid fielder, he has taken 52 catches as well.


#4 Kieron Pollard

Kieron Pollard
Kieron Pollard

Kieron Pollard is an aggressive all-rounder, capable of hitting big shots and clearing most of the grounds in the world cricket. He is funny, jovial and friendly with his teammates and even with the opposition players.

They love him for his personality, cricketing skills, and friendly demeanor. His ability to connect with the audience puts him ahead of many other foreign players.

In the IPL, he has scored 2476 runs at an average of 28.13 in 132 matches. This includes 154 sixes and 167 boundaries. With the ball, he has taken 56 wickets.

1 / 3 NEXT
Tags:
Advertisement
Advertisement
Fetching more content...