4 Ajith Agarkar
Presently an ordinary figure on the ESPNCricinfo dialog boards, Agarkar was conceived in Mumbai in 1977, and made his introduction in One Day International Cricket against Australia in 1998. He spoke to Mumbai, and Middlesex, and had IPL stretches with two unique establishments: Delhi Daredevils, and the Kolkata Knight Riders.
Agarkar has dependably been reasonably misjudged in the cricket world as his notoriety and status could not hope to compare with the details. In the 191 ODI's that he spoke to India, he took an aggregate of 288 wickets (third most noteworthy ever) at 27.85 runs each. He took those wickets at an astounding strike rate of 32.9 balls per wicket and is additionally the second snappiest to 50 wickets in ODI's, accomplishing the achievement in only 23 matches. He has likewise taken two 5-wicket pulls with his most great execution coming in Melbourne against Australia where he created figures of 6 for 42. His economy rate was a smidgen on the higher favor 5.07 keeps running in an over.
He was a red hot contender who was charged to fit the all-rounder opening in the Indian group which was a vast gap left since the flight of the incomparable Kapil Dev. His batting, in any case, let him down as he attempted to discover any kind of shape toward the start of his profession which was as a distinct difference to how his knocking down some pins had fared. He hustled to 50 wickets in ODI's however at one point recorded 7 back to back ducks. He continued coming at the restriction with his medium-quick paced, controlled rocking the bowling alley.
3 Zaheer Khan
Generally viewed as India's best constrained overs quick bowler, Zaheer Khan or "Zak" takes the third position on this rundown. Conceived in Shrirampur, Maharashtra, in the October of 1978, he has had a protracted profession that has crossed 12 years; from 2000 to 2012. He has additionally played for Asia XI, Baroda, Mumba, Surrey, Worcestershire and spoke to Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League. He is at present piece of the Delhi Daredevils establishment.
Zaheer holds a noteworthy record in One Day internationals with 269 wickets in 194 innings, which places him fourth in the rundown ever most elevated wicket-takers for India. He took his wickets at a normal of 30.11 and a strike rate of 36.4. He has a reasonable economy rate of 4.95 for a paceman and took one 5-wicket pull against Sri Lanka in February 2007.
He confronted a decent amount of wounds all through his profession which brought about three particular "stages" in his vocation. His capacity to swing the new ball both courses, combined with the uncommon capacity to switch swing the old ball made him an advantage on even the level pitches of the sub-landmass. He burst onto the scene in the 2000 ICC Champions Trophy and stood out enough to be noticed when he knocked down some pins Steve Waugh out with a yorker.
Damage 3 years after the fact, nonetheless, brought about a long cutback. He returned in 2006 and in the long run turned into the pioneer of the Indian knocking down some pins assault and a real match-champ over every one of the three configurations. By 2011, he was viewed as truly outstanding on the planet. At the point when India won the World Cup, he was the joint driving wicket-taker, and accomplished the No.1 rank in Tests that year, which Zaheer names his two biggest accomplishments.
2 Javagal Srinath
Srinath was conceived in Mysore, Karnataka in 1969 and made his introduction against Pakistan at Sharjah in 1991. He resigned in 2003 having played for India and Karnataka, with district spells at Gloucestershire and Leicestershire.
He spoke to India on 229 events in One Day Internationals and amassed 315 wickets, second on the rundown ever most noteworthy Indian wicket takers behind Anil Kumble. He took these wickets at a wonderful normal of 28.08 and a strike rate of 37.8. He likewise had an economy rate of a measly 4.44. The trademark that set him apart from whatever is left of the pack was the measure of pace he could produce. He had a tall stature and a high-arm activity that empowered him to hit the deck hard and extricate pace and ricochet off dormant tracks. He could swing the ball both ways yet he was at his most unsafe when the ball got old and unpleasant. He took three 5-wicket pulls amid his profession, with best figures of 5 for 23 coming against Bangladesh in 1998.
It could be contended Srinath's profession did not have more life, a reality that could be credited to absence of stamina and wellness, thus the powerlessness to bowl for extended periods. In any case, when he resigned, Srinath had just ingrained another brand of quick knocking down some pins in the nation, stepping along the impressions set by Kapil Dev. Indeed, even factually, he is just second to the incredible man regarding wickets in Tests.
1 Kapil Dev
One of the best all-rounders ever and absolutely the best India has ever delivered, Kapil Dev is well-known to all cricket sweethearts around the globe, regardless of which age they have a place with. He was conceived in Chandigarh in 1959 and made his introduction against most despised opponents Pakistan in 1978, which offered ascend to one of the best cricketing professions ever.
In the event that Kapil Dev's splendid batting and remarkable authority were overlooked and he was assessed simply on his rocking the bowling alley gifts, he would in any case rank as one of the best ever. In the 225 matches, he played he took 253 wickets at a normal of 27.45 which is the second-best among every single Indian bowler. He had a strike rate of 44.2 and flaunts an economy rate of a shocking 3.71 runs for every finished, putting him serenely to finish everything. He had various match-winning exhibitions with the ball, his best figures coming in the 1983 World Cup against Australia where he took 5 for 43.
With a great physical appearance and a similarly huge heart to compliment it, his perseverance and sheer self control is the thing that sets him head and shoulders over the rest. He had the will to bowl long distance race spells if his group required and could hit the ball stunningly better. His commitments to the amusement when all is said in done and to the Indian cricket group specifically, are tantamount to none. He upset quick rocking the bowling alley in India and the ages pursued respected him as a good example and keep on doing as such to this date. His astounding support of Indian cricket earned him the title, "Indian Cricketer of the Century" granted by Wisden.