KL Rahul is seen as the next big thing in Indian cricket. He is already one of the most sought after batsmen in the country and a great wicket-keeper as well. The player can strike it well when the team is chasing or batting first. The strike-rate over 150 in several games showed why he is a real deal in T20Is. His added responsibility has been of wicket-keeping and what a show has he put up! A striking speed of stumping and perfect decisions to seek reviews, KL Rahul has begun to stamp his authority in international cricket.
On the contrary, we have Joseph Buttler, an English international cricketer who is currently vice-captain of the England cricket team in limited-overs cricket. A right-handed batsman, he usually fields as a wicket-keeper. Buttler holds the record for the fastest ODI century by an England player and is regarded as one of the best wicket-keeper batsmen in the world. Buttler’s ability to recognize and manipulate field placements of opposing teams and score all around the ground has seen him labelled as a “360-degree” cricketer.
Both these cricketers are phenomenal wicket-keeper batsmen. We can’t pick the best one though. Please help us out by choosing the best.