3. Wally Hammond
How can you tell someone loves cricket? You ask how many runs they’ve scored. Wally here, scored over fifty thousand runs for England. Fifty! Thousand!
2. Gary Sobers
If you want an awesome all-rounder on your team, look no further – Gary Sobers is your guy. All of his stats are beyond legendary!
1. Sir Don Bradman
Finally, it’s time to talk about Sir Don Bradman. Not only is he the best batsmen who ever lived, with an average score in test cricket being 100, he was also considered to be an exemplary gentleman. The modern players have still so much to learn from this icon of cricket.