Men’s Test player of the Decade 2011-2020 nominations.

Icc awards 2020:

7 players from different teams across this sport have been nominated for this prestigious award for Test Players of the decade. The nominees include the following:

Virat Kohli.

The Indian all format captain and the No.1 ODI, No.2 in test and No.9 in T20 batsman in the world has been nominated for the ICC Test player of the decade award. 

He has a total of 7240 runs in test cricket since he made his debut in 2011 on 20th June against the West Indies. Virat has 27 test centuries and and 22 half centuries. 

Kane Williamson.

Kane Williamson, the Captain cool of New Zealand across all formats has been nominated for the prestigious “Men’s Test players of the decade award”. He’s the 4th ranked test batsman in the world at this moment. Kane is a right handed top order batsman. He has 21 centuries in the longest format to his name. He has scored 6476 runs in test cricket. He has 32 half centuries in tests. 

Steve Smith.

The no.1 ranked Test batsman in the world at the moment had been nominated for this award without a doubt. He has played 73 test matches and has scored 7,227 runs in this format, with an average of 62.84. He has 26 centuries and 29 half centuries to his name in test cricket. 

James Anderson.

The England GOAT, James Anderson the 38 years young bowler who is part of the elite club to claim 600 scalps to his name, has also been nominated for this award. Anderson has played 156 test matches. He has bowled a total of 33745 balls in the longest format and conceded 16077. 

Rangana Herath.

The SriLankan legend, left arm leg spin bowler RANGANA HERATH has also been nominated for this award. He has played 93 tests taking 433 wickets! 

With an average of 28.1. 

Yasir Shah.

The Pakistani right arm leg spin bowler has played 42 test matches is part of the nominees for this award. He has claimed 224 wickets to his name. He also had 770 runs scored with the bat. Recently in a game against Australia the Pakistani cricketer wrote his name in the history books by scoring his first 100. He was batting at No.8 and hadn’t even scored a first class 50 yet. 

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