Top 10 Best Cricket Commentators Of All Time

Cricket is one of the world’s most popular sports. It is particularly very famous in some part of world most popularly in UK, Australia, New Zealand , African countries like South Africa, West Indies, Zimbabwe, and Asian countries like India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.

Cricket is one of those sports that are analyzed and studied well by many sportscasters. In the course of commentating and analyzing this sport, a number of well-respected and learned sportscasters have established themselves firmly in the world of cricket.

This list dishes to you the 10 best cricket commentators in history. How many of them do you actually know?

10. Nasser Hussain

Nasser Hussain

He himself was a former cricket player and captain who played for the England cricket team between 1999 until 2003. Born in Madras, India, he joined the Sky Sports commentary team immediately after his retirement. He is today recognized as one of the most intelligent of cricket commentators simply because he himself was once a well-known cricket athlete.

9. Ramiz Raja

Ramiz Raja

Ramiz Raja was also a former cricket player who played for the Pakistani cricket team. He made a debut in the cricket scene in 1978. He was one of the most valuable cricket athletes during the 1987 and the 1992 World Cup. Upon retirement, he became one of the most well-known cricket commentators and even one of the busiest every cricket season. He joined and is now currently CEO of the Pakistani Cricket Board.

8. Sourav Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly

He is popularly called as “Dada”  means “brother” in Bengali and during his heyday was one of the most famous cricket players and team captain of the Indian National cricket team. He led his team towards victory against the national teams of Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and even Australia. He currently holds an important position in the Indian Premiere League Governing Council.

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7. Ian Bishop

Ian Bishop

Bishop was once a member of the West Indian Cricket team from 1989 until 1998. An intense and aggressive player filled with so much energy, he endured a number of injuries which also gave his promising cricket career a halt. After his retirement, he established himself as an excellent cricket commentator – and then finally went back to school to study and finish his MBA.

6. Danny Morrison

Danny Morrison

Morrison is a cricketer coming from New Zealand. He debuted as a cricket player in 1987 and figured as a powerful cricket player against the Australian cricket team. He is widely known by his fans for his winsome smile and unique bowling action in the field. He retired in 1997 as more and younger cricket players came along. After retirement, he launched a career as a cricket commentator.

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