When one talks about Srilankan cricket one name that anyone cannot miss is Arjuna Ranatunga.
Brendon Mccullum, the dasher, who is renowned for his fearless batting, was named captain of New Zealand in December 2012
Eoin Morgan, the captain, has changed the way white-ball cricket is played in England.
He has captained his national team in Test matches more than anyone else in the world.
“Dada,” as he is affectionately known by his admirers and close friends, is regarded as a leader who revolutionized Indian cricket.
He led Pakistan to victory in the 1992 Cricket World Cup, the nation’s only one-day World Cup victory to date.
The leader of one of cricket’s most illustrious and successful teams. He led the West Indies as captain during the period in which the Caribbean team ruled international cricket in the 1970s and 1980s.
The cricketer who launched Australia’s reign of terror in the 1990s was a fighter who excelled with the bat, ball, and as a leader.
Omitting Steve Waugh from the ODI team in February 2002. Ponting was given the captaincy ahead of then vice-captain Adam Gilchrist.
The quiet Ranchi boy who had a reputation for being quiet behind the stumps in the beginning of his career retired as the most popular and successful captain of India.