Team India captain Virat Kohli has been the most busy cricketer in the world in the last decade. Virat, one of the greatest batsmen, has played international cricket for the most days in the last decade (from 1 January 2010 to 31 December 2019).
According to the figures collected by ‘The Cricket Monthly’, Virat Kohli has played the most international cricket in the last decade (from 1 January 2010 to 31 December 2019). Virat has been the most engaged player in this decade.
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During this period, 32-year-old Virat played 668 days of international cricket, including 366 for Tests, 227 for ODIs and 75 days for T20 Internationals. Virat, who made his international cricket debut in 2008, has played 86 Tests, 249 ODIs and 82 T20 Internationals so far in his career.
Sri Lanka’s Angelo Mathews comes after Virat in the list of playing international cricket for the most days in a decade. Mathews played a total of 608 days of international cricket during this period. He was busy playing 352 for Tests, 196 for ODIs and 60 days for T20 International.
At the same time, England’s Stuart Broad (593 days total) was busy playing 491 for Tests, 64 for ODIs and 38 days for T20 International.
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Ross Taylor of New Zealand played a total of 571 days of international cricket, including 345 for Tests, 155 for ODIs and 71 days for T20 Internationals. He is followed by England’s Joe Root, who played international cricket for a total of 568 days (393 for Tests, 143 for ODIs and 32 days for T20 International).