Who are the most richest players in Cricket?

Cricket as a sport is still trying to gain its global identity but is still one of the most popular sport among big countries like New Zealand, England, Australia, India and they invest a huge part in the development of their players and in India Cricketers get a huge stardom and are treated like a huge celebrities which also creates a huge competition among the young generation in urge to become a cricketer and play for the nation.



The God of cricket is the god in the field of net worth as well even after retirement the god is still at the top of the list with a net worth of $150 million. The greatest of all time in the sport with the record of highest runs and 100 International centuries and a huge list of records under his name as being the youngest debut in history. The commercialisation of the sport started under his name when a sticker of MRF was used as an Advertisement and not only this but he is endorsed with huge brands like Canon, Castrol, BMW, Pepsi, Luminous etc. In 2019 he was drafted into the ICC hall of fame.


The Indian Two-time world cup winning captain(2007, 2011) the Indian skipper for a decade took his retirement on 15th August 2020 is the second-highest and is all set to make a comeback as a mentor for team India in the 2020 T20 world cup. His net worth is $111 million and is one of the greatest Wicketkeeper of all time. A small-town boy is an inspiration for many youngsters getting into the sport his film MS DHONI an Untold Story was a huge success in Bollywood.


To continue the Indian legacy in the Sport Virat Kohli is doing his job perfectly. He is currently the best Batsman and is setting up new records under his name as a captain and soon to get the spot of the most successful captain. With a net worth of $92 million, he is the most followed Indian on Instagram with 153 million followers. Indulged with big brands like Puma, Wrogn, Manyawar, Hero Moto Corp, Too yum, and the brand ambassador of Uber you can easily watch him in almost every Television Commercial. He is the only Cricketer included in the list of Highest paid Athletes by Forbes.


The skipper from the greatest Australian Era when the Australian team ruled the world Cricket Ponting gets the fourth spot in the richest cricketer with a net worth of $70 million. He was a part of a three-time World Cup-winning Australian Team with two times as captain He was appointed as the head coach for Delhi Capitals and is endorsed with brands like Valvoline, Kookaburra bats and many more.


The figure of 400 pops up in the mind as soon as you hear the name of Brian Lara as he has the record of scoring the highest runs in a single inning of the test match. The Trinidadian former international cricketer has a net worth of $60 million. Being the brand ambassador of the Indian company MRF helped the firm a lot to gain international popularity.


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