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TOP 10 Best Finishers in Cricket History.
Cricket history is full of Everlasting heroism in batting department. But there are few batsmen who will be remembered for their fantastic batting in the closing moments of the match. Batsmen with ability to score quickly in high pressure situations and maintaining a cool head, a feature which has also sets them apart from others. We call them Most Reliable Batsmen. This is not Full and Finale List You May Participate in the list via Comment. Here is our list of "Top 10 Best Finishers in Cricket History".
1- M.S Dhoni
Dhoni is the best "finishers" of modern times, who is the captain of Indian team in all 3 formats.
Ability to score quickly in high pressure situations and maintaining a cool head is what makes, Dhoni special.
His best innings came in the 2011 World Cup final when he scored 91 not out to lead India to lift the World Cup after 28 years.
2- Michael Bevan
Michael Bevan was one of the best finishers of cricket world, who played during 1994-2004.
Bevan has successfully played a finishers role most of the times in his career for Australia.
He was mentally very tough, which helped him to play lots of memorable innings in ODI's.
3- Darren Sammy
Darren Sammy is playing international cricket for the West Indies since 2004.
He can rip the bowling attacks of opposition, like his daily business.
Considered one of best finishers in the history, he is joy to watch, when the asking rate is climbing.
4- AB de Villiers
AB de Villiers is playing for South African national team since 2004.
This South African batsman has a great ability to finish the game in style.
He is considered one of the destructive finisher of the game of cricket.
5- Javed Miandad
Javed Miandad, who played for Pakistan during 1975-1996, was very dependable when it comes to finishing.
He was not only as cool as ice, but he could play any shot in the book, and was explosive if needed to be.
His ability was perfectly shown in the famous performance in Sharjah, which was one of the best finishing in cricket history.
6- Lance Klusener
This South African all-rounder played for South Africa during 1996-2004.
He was an absolute nightmare for oppositions with the finishing cameos he played.
Klusener was at his best with 8-10 overs remaining when he walked out.
7- Abdul Razzak
This dangerious right handed batsman played for Pakistan during 1996-2013.
Abdul Razzak is truely a destructive batsman especially at the end of the inning.
One of most effective hitters of the cricket ball was not only as cool as ice, but one of the best agitators of the opposition.
8- Mark Boucher
Mark Boucher was South African wicket-keeper batsmen, who during 1997-2012.
He was the most dependable of SA's batsmen in time of need. If it's a top-order collapse, he'll come in and play the anchor role.
If it's a climbing required rate at the end, he'll come in and smash a few quick boundaries to relieve the pressure.
9- Aravinda de Silva
Aravinda de Silva played for Sri Lanka during 1984-2003.
He is considered one of the destructive batsmen equipped with both power and very good running between wickets.
He had the ability to master any situation and one of the best finishers in cricket history.
10- Mike Hussy
Mike Hussy best known as "Mr Cricket" played for Australia during 2004-2012.
He was truly one of the best finisher, able to play well regardless of the situation.
His pacing of an innings was terrific and his temperament was rock solid.