Left Handed Batsmen
Left handed batsmen have ruled the rest of the matches with some great presentations over the past few years. Hopefully, this will last as more and more of them become part of this cricketing show. Left-handed people have always been an enigma in human history. They are a proven tough adversary in sports, and especially in cricket, where left-handed bowlers and batsmen both provide a different perspective to the game.
There have been moderately limited left handed batsmen to play cricket, but those who have left a mark on the game have been only a trickle. Most of the left handed batsmen of any period have had to match for fame with their right-handed contemporaries.
Top 10 Left Handed Batsmen
10. Adam Gilchrist
Gilchrist opened the batting, played a rapid innings, and by the period the opposition fixed its breath, would leave having done his job. He played many breathtaking hits, a 149 off 104 balls in the World Cup final in 2007 was one of his finest.
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9. Sanath Jayasuriya
Sanath Jayasuriya is from Matara in Sri Lanka wrecked the bowling in his unique style at the top of the innings, and especially in the times when there were catching limits for the first 15 overs, Jayasuriya was like a storm. Sanath Jayasuriya was vigorous in changing the riches of his side whose physique in world cricket grew hugely after the 1996 World Cup triumph.
8. Saeed Anwar
His 11 year playing career came to a sad end, catalyzed by his daughter’s death in 2001, but for long Saeed Anwar beside Inzamam-ul-Haq was the main run getter for Pakistan. He was the first Pakistani to notch a century against India on Indian soil, and his 194 against India in Chennai was for 12 years the main individual score by any batsman in limited overs tests.
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