Mahendra Singh Dhoni needs no introduction. The man has created histories, in international cricket. The Indian cricketer has been seen playing in the middle-order, in most of the matches. He has a batting average of 50.6 in the One Day Internationals (ODIs), and 38.1 in the Test, and 37.6 in Twenty20. The right-handed middle-order batsman has scored a high run rate, a lot of times. His consistency and stability in the game make him perfect. Apart from being a great batsman, he is also an outstanding wicket-keeper and a fielder. He is a perfect finisher for any match, by striking a number of high runs. He has made India win in the 2011 World Cup, and many other T20I trophies.
On the other hand, Francois “Faf” du Plessis, the South African cricketer, and the former captain of the team, has made his name embossed in the world cricket history. He is a great right-handed middle-order batsman, who has also been seen bowling, occasionally. Plessis has a batting average of 39.80 in Test, 47.47 in ODI and, 35.05 in the T20I. He is the strength of the South African team. He has served the team greatly, as a captain for a few years. One can never fail to acknowledge his sheer batting skills. He is truly a legendary batsman. Plessis has been the reason to turn the game against the opponent, and hope for both the South African cricket team, and his fans.
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