Imran Khan named as the best captain in the world of cricket

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Imran Khan named as the best captain in the world of cricket
Imran Khan named as the best captain in the world of cricket
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Imran Khan became the best captain in the ICC Twitter poll with achieving 47% votes, while Virat Kohli got 46% votes

The International Cricket Council (ICC) released a poll for fans on the four best captains in the world of cricket in which Imran Khan became the best captain with 47% of the vote. The captains nominated by the ICC for the polls included former national team captain Imran Khan, current India captain Virat Kohli, current Australian women’s cricket team captain Meg Lanning, and former South African captain AB de Villiers.

More than 536,000 people took part in the 24-hour poll and Imran Khan was declared the best captain. After the former Pakistan captain, Indian captain Virat Kohli got 46% of the votes.

Launching the poll, the ICC wrote: “You decide which of these ‘pastors’ are the best.” ICC tweets show that Virat Kohli’s batting average was 51.29 but after taking over the leadership of the team, his average rose to 73.88.

South Africa’s AB de Villiers averaged 45.97 as a batsman but rose to 63.94 during his captaincy. Meg Lanning’s batting average was 43.97 but after taking the lead, the average rose to 60.93. Imran Khan, the current Prime Minister of Pakistan and former captain of the national team had a batting average of 25.43 and a bowling average of 25.53 as a normal player in Test cricket. Imran Khan, who won the 1992 World Cup as captain, has a batting average of 52.34 and a bowling average of 20.26.

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