The International Cricket Council (ICC) has got no such ground roles for the cricketers when it comes to the age of retirement. But mostly the cricketers retire at the age of 35. Some players have even played after they turned 35 years old. There have been some marvelous players who have continued their careers in the field for a really long time. Fans do admire their favorite cricketer on the field and really want them to last for a little more time in the international field. But it has always been the decision taken voluntarily.

Here we have got the list of the 5 cricketers who should play beyond the age of 35. Have a look!

1: AB De Villiers (Age: 36)

The South African cricketer is a great attacking right-handed batsman and a fantastic wicket keeping batsman. The world really wants to witness more of his stunning fielding skills in the field.

2: Shoaib Malik (Age: 38)

The all-rounder Pakistani player has still been continuing on the field with his powerful batting and the fans really want to see it more.

3: Faf du Plessis (Age: 36)

He is no doubt a phenomenal batsman and a fielder that the South African cricket team has got. The fans really want to see him for a really long time.

4: Ross Taylor (Age: 36)  

This New Zealand cricketer is a leading scorer for the team who has made every jaw drop with his amazing batting skills. The audience would love to witness him on the international field for some more time.

5: Mahendra Singh Dhoni (Age: 39)

The legendary Indian cricketer has although retired recently, fans wanted to see him for a longer time. He has done wonders and contributed a lot to Indian cricket. His retirement has disheartened many fans but they really expect to see him in the international field for some more time.

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