Cricket has never been just a game for many fans – It is seldom termed as their religion. And cricket has produced some enormous talent from all around the globe. Plenty of players have become legends of this game credits to their great and consistent performance throughout their cricketing career. Here are the most ‘Man of the Match’ award winners in International Cricket.
Here Are The Most ‘Man of the Match’ Award Winners In International Cricket.
4. Jacques Kallis – South Africa
Former South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis is termed as one of the bests the game cricket has ever produced. He was very productive with both bat and ball for his home side. He had a very rare talent of turning the matches around and he was brilliant on and off the field.
Kallis has played more than 500 matches for South Africa and scored over 25,000 runs along with more than 500 wickets in international cricket. And these brilliant performances have bagged him 57 “Man of the Match” awards in his indentation career – which is the 4th best in history.
3. Virat Kohli – India
The 32-year-old Indian India skipper Virat Kohli has played 435 matches and scored more than 22,000 runs in his name. And Kohli has clinched 57 “Man of the Match” awards in his international career.
And a lot of cricketing experts and fans believe that he can soon break all the records in the future if he can continue his golden form in the coming 4 years.
2. Sanath Jayasuriya – Sri Lanka
Former Sri Lankan legend Sanath Jayasurya has played 586 games for his country and scored more than 20,000 runs in his international career. He won 58 “Man of the Match” awards in his international career. And this is the second-best in history.
Jayasuriya has played a key role in Sri Lanka set up and he was considered as one of the deadliest openers in cricket history.
1. Sachin Tendulkar – India
Sachin Tendulkar is always termed as the GOD of cricket. Talking about batting form, techniques, records, excellence no other player comes close to Sachin Tendulkar.
Sachin has played 663 matches for India and scored over 34,000 runs in his international career. He has won 76 “Man of the Match” awards and it is not all east for any new generation player to break his record.