Movie prime

Top 10 Worst Cricketer In The World

Unfulfilled Potential: Cricket's Most Disappointing Performance


In the world of cricket, there are players who shine brightly, becoming legends in their own right. However, there are also those who, despite their best efforts, fail to make a mark on the international stage. This list takes a look at some of the cricketers who, despite their potential, have been labeled as the worst performers in the world of cricket.

  1. Aakash Chopra: Chopra's international career for India was brief, with just 10 Tests to his name and an average of 23. His inconsistencies led to his eventual exclusion from the national team.

  2. Nasir Jamshed: Once hailed as a promising opening batsman for Pakistan, Jamshed's career has been marred by inconsistency, with averages below 15 in Tests and below 32 in ODIs and T20Is.

  3. Mick Lewis: Despite a successful domestic career in Australia, Lewis struggled at the international level, taking just 4 and 7 wickets in ODIs and Tests respectively.

  4. James Franklin: Despite playing over 150 international games for New Zealand, Franklin averaged less than 20 with the bat across all formats, failing to make a significant impact at the highest level.

  5. Sajid Ali: Despite being a popular name in domestic cricket in Pakistan, Ali's international career was hampered by fitness issues, playing just 13 ODIs and scoring 130 runs.

  6. Chamara Kapugedera: Considered a disappointment in Sri Lankan cricket, Kapugedera failed to live up to expectations in ODIs, earning him a spot on this list.

  7. Suruj Ragoonath: Ragoonath's international career for the West Indies was short-lived, with just 2 Tests to his name and a total of 13 runs scored.

  8. Kieran Powell: Known for his aggressive batting, Powell failed to perform consistently for the West Indies, with averages of 25.8, 22.8, and 12.0 in Tests, ODIs, and T20Is respectively.

  9. Hamish Rutherford: While Rutherford showed promise in domestic cricket, his international career for New Zealand saw him struggle, with averages below 25 in all three formats.

  10. Chamu Chibhabha: An all-rounder for Zimbabwe, Chibhabha's international career has been underwhelming. Despite playing nearly 150 matches, he has only managed to score 3,209 runs.

While these players may not have had the international success they had hoped for, it is important to acknowledge their efforts and the challenges they faced on the field. Cricket is a game of highs and lows, and these players are a testament to that.