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MOST MAN OF THE MATCH AWARD IN CRICKET


MOST MAN OF THE MATCH AWARD IN CRICKET by 11ic blog

The Man of the Match award is given after a cricket match to the player who creates the most

fascinating performance.


In the 1980s, the man of the match award in international cricket became a habit.


It is given to the player who has made a real difference in the outcome of the match, although sometimes a member of the losing team may also be named Man of the Match.


It's hard to pick a man of the match when there's performance tied up. Fans are never happy with the outcome and often argue over potential contestants.


Cricket has a long and remarkable history. Despite being a team sport, some incredible individual achievements have allowed players to win games on their own.


Cricket has witnessed some incredible results based on a player's outstanding performance, from batsmen smashing match-winning matches to bowlers devastating opponents.


These achievements have been emphasized even more by the introduction of cricket with limited overs, with individual players taking the lead and taking responsibility for their team to get them to the finish line.


These outstanding achievements were also recognized by players who received a special mention and the Man of the Match award after the game.


In this blog, we will discuss which players have won the most man of the match awards in cricket.


Jacques Kallis


The greatest all-rounder of all time, has incredible stats across all playing formats. Kallis has received 57 Man of the Match awards after playing for the South Africa cricket team for almost 20 years.


The former player helped the team win in all facets including thrilling bowling, energetic lineout and outstanding batting.


He played in the above number of matches, scoring 13,289, 11,579 and 666 runs while catching 292, 273 and 12 wickets respectively.


Shahid Afridi


This Pakistani superstar is the most exciting, skilled and aggressive all-rounder of all time.


Shahid Afridi from Pakistan, a cricket-mad country, is one of those world famous cricketers. Even non-cricket fans know his nickname "Boom Boom".


The dynamic Pakistani star has won 43 Man of the Match awards during his illustrious career.


He has 1416 runs in 99 T20Is and 8064 runs in 398 ODI games. Aside from the incredible runouts and catches, the leg-break sacked 48, 395 and 98 cricketers in their respective formats.


Virat Kohli


The only cricketer on this list who is presently playing is this Indian superstar. Virat Kohli, one of the excellent players of our time, and has been unstoppable in recent years.


Kohli has become the best batsman in recent times, setting records almost effortlessly thanks to his unwavering dedication and focus.


Known as the "Chase Master", Virat has a proven track record of tracking opponent totals. For this reason he has received a lot of praise.


The Indian battle legend is likely to set many more records in the future due to his advanced age.


Sanath Jayasuriya


Sanath Jayasuriya, who has been playing international cricket for twenty years, is another superstar who made our list.


One of the best all-rounders in the annals of limited-over cricket, he is the only player to have accumulated over 12,000 runs and over 300 wickets in one-day internationals.


In 445 games during his ODI career from 1989 to 2011, he was named Player of the Match 48 times.


Sanath Jayasuriya was one of those cricketers who changed the course of cricket forever. He was the one who started playing aggressively from the start of the match.


Sachin Tendulkar


The little master, most accomplished batsman and most revered cricketer in history, Tendulkar is the holder of nearly every major batting record in the game, including most runs and hundreds in Tests and the ODIs.


In 463 ODI matches from 1989 to 2012, he was voted Player of the Match 62 times during his international cricketing career.


Sachin Tendulkar is certainly the greatest cricketer of all time. The extraordinarily talented Indian star is an inspiration not only to Indian fans but also to cricket fans all over the world.


Conclusion


Whether it is cricket, football or any other sport in the world, recognition is very important.


You can call him Man of the Match, Most Valuable Player of the Match or whatever you call him, this recognition can be the biggest motivation for any player.


There were many groundbreaking performances from players from different countries and these moments will forever be etched in people's hearts.

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