The Indian cricketer, Rohit Gurunath Sharma is one of the best players that the Indian national cricket team has. He has made his name with his outstanding batting skills. He is well known for his slow and steady way of playing and scoring a high number of runs for the team. Apart from his right-hand batting actions, the player is also a great right-arm bowler too. Though he is occasionally seen bowling on the field, he is also the vice-captain of the Indian cricket team.
On the other hand, Quinton De Kock, the captain of the National South African cricket team has been a great left-handed opener for the South African squad. The player has a batting average of 44.6 in ODIs, 31.4 in T20s, and 39.1 in T20s. The player holds and leads the team well as a captain. Other than his batting skills, he is also an outstanding wicket-keeper too. He is the second wicket-keeper opener to score a century in ODIs while captaining.
Both the cricketers are extremely well in their own way and made their team proud. It will be a hard job to decide among the two outrageous players to choose the perfect one. Why don’t you guys tell? Let us know in the comment section down below.