5. Eoin Morgan (England)

Under the leadership of Morgan, the Three Lions went on to win the 50-over World Cup in 2019. He also led England to the finals of the 2016 T20 World Cup but they lost to West Indies by 4 wickets. Earlier, Morgan was also part of the England squad in 2010 when they won their first World T20 title.

Under his leadership, the Men in Maroon went on to win the T20 World Cup twice in 2012 and 2016. Handy with the ball and destructive with the bat, Sammy had an excellent cricketing mind as he bailed out his team from many difficult situations.

4. Daren Sammy (West Indies)

 Warner comes from a humble background that resulted in him working at a supermarket at a very young age. The left-handed batter played cricket and at the same time used to work at the commercial chains to manage his expenses. Warner was called to represent Australia and the rest is history.

3. David Warner (Australia)

Jadeja is a Rajputana boy who comes from a very humble background as his father was a watchman and wanted him to be in the army. Soon after his mother’s demise in an accident, he almost decided to leave cricket. But, Jadeja beat all odds and went on to represent India at the highest level.

2. Ravindra Jadeja (India)

Yuvraj’s best was seen during the 2011 World Cup as he was adjudged player of the tournament while India lifted their second 50-over World Cup. Later it came to know that he was battling a cancerous tumour in his left lung while he was playing in the World Cup tournament.

1. Yuvraj Singh (India)