Top 10 Left Handed Batsmen 2016

In the cricketing world, left-handed batsmen are the graceful presence, dignifying the serenity of the game itself. But grace is not the only feature that is telling, the legacy of cricket has also homed their blistering effects. Here is a look at the 10 most remarkable names in the recent edition of cricket – here’s the list of Top 10 left handed batsmen 2016.

Top 10 Left Handed Batsmen 2016
Top 10 Left Handed Batsmen 2016
Top 10 Left Handed Batsmen 2016

10. Eoin Morgan

Top 10 Left Handed Batsmen 2016
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Eoin Morgan has long been considered to be one of England’s most dependable limited-overs performers, blossoming more and more in his cricketing prowess, ensuring him a spot in the list of Top 10 left handed batsmen 2016 .

9. Yuvraj Singh

Top 10 Left Handed Batsmen 2016
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The name is sometimes credible enough – and it’s Yuvraj Singh in this case. A man who, if it happens to be his day can literally cause havoc to any rival bowling, and even though his place in the Indian national squad is uncertain as of now, doesn’t stop him to earn a 9th position in the chart of Top 10 left handed batsmen 2016.

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8. Shikhar Dhawan

Top 10 Left Handed Batsmen 2016
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Shikhar Dhawan mesmerised all the spectators, and also Australia, when he blasted his way through to the fastest Test century pulled off by a debutant cricketer. That debut, in Mohali back in 2012-13, reached Dhawan in his ninth year of the Indian first-class cricket after he had been essentially written off in oblivion by almost everybody, the reason chiefly being inspired by the issue that India’s opening combination was then fixed to the most impressive combination in their Test legacy: Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir.He has been associated with the national team ever since, earning his a solid opening slot for the team, and an inclusion in the list of Top 10 left handed batsmen 2016.

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