Who was the first Indian cricket player?

Amarnath batting at Lord’s in 1936
Personal information
Born 11 September 1911 Gopipur, Kapurthala State, Punjab, India
Died 5 August 2000 (aged 88) New Delhi, Delhi, India
Batting Right-handed

Who was the first Indian cricket captain?

Test match captains

Indian Test match captains
Number Name Location
1 CK Nayudu India
Total
2 Maharajkumar of Vizianagram England

Who is India’s No 1 cricketer?

Virat Kohli:

Kohli on attaining the number one rank in ICC Test rankings rose up to 934 rating points which is the highest ever by Indian batsmen.

Who is the No 1 captain in cricket?

Graeme Smith (left) holds the record for most Test matches as captain, as well as most Test wins. Steve Waugh (right) is the most successful Test captain, with a winning ratio of 72%.

Who is the best captain in world?

MS Dhoni– 170

MS Dhoni takes the top spot in this list with 170 victories as T20 captain. MS Dhoni has been the most successful skipper for the national side so far in terms of winning major tournaments. MS Dhoni has also led Chennai Super Kings in IPL since the debut season in 2008.

Who was first cricketer?

Lala Amarnath

Competition Test First-class
Top score 118 262
Balls bowled 4,241 29,474
Wickets 45 463
Bowling average 32.91 22.98
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Who is World No 1 cricketer?

Men’s ODI Batting Rankings

Pos Player Career Best Rating
1 Babar Azam 873 v England, 13/07/2021
2 Virat Kohli 911 v England, 12/07/2018
3 Rohit Sharma 885 v Sri Lanka, 06/07/2019
4 Ross Taylor 841 v Bangladesh, 05/06/2019

Who is world best bowler?

Men’s ODI Bowling Rankings

Pos Player Career Best Rating
1 Trent Boult 770 v West Indies, 22/06/2019
2 Josh Hazlewood 733 v England, 26/01/2018
3 Mujeeb Ur Rahman 712 v Ireland, 24/01/2021
4 Chris Woakes 711 v Sri Lanka, 04/07/2021

Who is the best cricketer in the world?

1. Sir Don Bradman (Australia) 2. Sachin Tendulkar (India) 3. Sir Garfield Sobers (West Indies)

  • Sir Don Bradman (Australia)
  • Sachin Tendulkar (India)
  • Sir Garfield Sobers (West Indies)
  • Imran Khan (Pakistan)
  • Sir Ian Botham (England)
  • Shane Warne (Australia)
  • Sir Viv Richards (West Indies)
  • Brian Lara (West Indies)
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