5 Oldest Players ICC T20: T20 is a format for everyone. You can improve your longevity in this format by keeping yourself fit. Here are the 5 oldest players who’ll be featuring in ICC T20 World Cup 2021!
In cricket, the shortest format of the game is the one where we see some legends of the game plying their trade even in their mid-40s! If the players’ body allows, they can play on for as long as they wish!
Here are the Top 5 Oldest Players who will be a part of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021:
#5 – Ravi Rampaul (36 years, 362 days)
The veteran from West Indies has made his way back into the national squad after some brilliant performances with the ball in the Carribean Premier League.
He will be more than handy for the defending champions!
#4 – Dwayne Bravo (38 years, 5 days)
The “Champion” has aged like fine wine, and is still a menacing force in the death overs with the ball in his hand!
Even with the bat, he still has it in him to contribute some quick runs down the order. His all-round abilities will once again be of great use for the Calypso Kings!
#3 – Shoaib Malik (39 years, 253 days)
The Pakistani veteran was a last-minute inclusion into the World Cup squad. He has been around a long time, and done some amazing things for his nation!
Time for one last hurrah?
#2 – Mohammad Hafeez (40 years, 360 days)
We’re into that mid-40s category we mentioned earlier! It is another Pakistani veteran who has reinvented himself time and again to stay relevant.
“The Professor”, as he’s fondly called in cricketing circles, has had a long and illustrious career. He will turn 41 on the same day the tournament gets underway.
Another Pakistani veteran going out on a high?
#1 – Chris Gayle (42 years, 21 days)
The Universe Boss is 42 years young! The man keeps going on and on, and does not have any plans to stop anytime in the future!
He has more than 11,000 T20 runs to his name, and he will look to add some more as his team will begin their title defense later this month.
These are the 5 oldest players to feature in the T20 World Cup of 2021!