Mohammad Azharuddin

A man of less words and more action, Mohammad Azharuddin is amongst the hall of famers in the world of cricket, not only for his magical strokes but his inspiring leadership skills. Known as one of the masters of the on-side of the cricketing field, Azhar's leg-side play was symbolic of veterans in the game. The brawny batsmen arrived in the international circuit with a big bang; three hundreds in his first three Tests of his career made him a showstopper as he achieved a remarkable feat.

Sanath Jayasuriya

Sanath Jayasurya is regarded as one of the best all-rounders in the history of limited overs cricket, former Sri Lankan cricketer and former captain of the national cricket team, Deshabandu Sanath Teran Jayasuriya,is the only player to score over 12,000 runs and take more than 300 wickets in One Day International cricket. Sri Lanka won the ICC World Twenty20 (2014) for the first time, during his tenure as the chief selector. He retired from Test cricket in December 2007 and from limited overs cricket in June 2011.

Herschelle Gibbs

The first thing that comes to mind when you hear that name is an electric fielder at backward point and a hard-hitting opening batsman.The second South African player to score more than 1000 runs in World Cups.Gibbs also became the first player to hit 6 sixes in an over in ODIs.

Vinod Kambli

Vinod Kambli is a former Indian cricketer, who played for India as a middle order batsman, as well as for Mumbai, Boland and South Africa.He first came into limelight in February 1988, with a world record 664-run partnership with Sachin Tendulkar during the semi-final of the Harris Shield tournament, an inter-school competition, playing for Shardashram Vidyamandir School against St. Xavier's High School. The duo were stopped by their coach Ramakant Achrekar, who forced them to declare the innings. He made his first-class debut during the 1989-90 season, playing for Mumbai.

Chetan Sharma

Chetan Sharma is a former Indian medium pacer who represented India in 23 Tests and 65 ODIs. At the age of 16, Sharma started playing first-class cricket for Haryana. He made his Test debut at the age of 18, a year after making his ODI debut against the West Indies in December 1983. With his fifth delivery in Test cricket, he picked up the wicket of Mohsin Khan, becoming only the third Indian to take a wicket in their first over in Test cricket.

Sunil Joshi

A man who travelled 40 miles to Hubbali every day to practice from his native town of Gadag, Sunil Joshi, a former Indian bowling all-rounder who played for India in 15 Tests and 69 ODIs. He is an all-rounder who bowls slow left arm spin and bats left-handed.