Ten Best Cricket All-Rounders in 2015
Shakib-al-Hasan – This cricketer from Bangladesh is truly one of the best players to feature in this game ever. He is the first and the only player in history to be first on the all-rounder position in all three cricket formats, which makes him one of the best all-rounders of all time. Al Hasan is regarded in Bangladesh as one of their greatest sportsmen.
Mohammad Hafeez – This all-rounder used to be the captain of the Pakistan national team in the T20 cricket form. He is a right-arm offspin bowler and right-handed opening batsman.
Shahid Afridi – Pakistani known for his nickname Boom Boom Afridi used to play all game formats but is now limited to T20 cricket. Still, he is one of the best all-rounders to play the game ever.
Tillakaratne Dilshan – He used to be the captain of Sri Lanka national side in all three formats of cricket. Dilshan is famous for his innovation, as he was the first one to use dilscoop.
Angelo Davis Matthews – Also known as AD Matthews, he is another all-rounder from Sri Lanka. He is the current captain in ODI and Test forms of the game, regarded to be the greatest finisher this country currently has.
Glenn Maxwell – He is one of the up and coming stars of the game, but he holds the record for a quickest ever half-century in one-day cricket in Australia. Also plays for the national team.
Steve Smith – His full name is Steven Peter Devereux Smith, and he plays for Australia. He is top-ranked Test batsman currently, but he is a great all-around player.
James Faulkner – Australia gave many of the best all-rounders that played this game and James Faulkner is the one who has an incredible career in front of him.
Mohammad Nabi – Cricket is becoming more and more popular in Afghanistan, and Nabi is deserved that the game is developing. They trusted him to be the captain of the national team.
Paul Stirling – This player comes from Ireland, and is definitely one of the best cricketers this country has to offer. Considering his age, he hasn’t reached his full potential just yet.