Any team, regardless of the format (Tests, ODIs, or T20I), is only as good as its captain. A leader is someone who calls the shots and leads from the front, setting an example for the rest of the team.
T20 cricket, the game’s shortest format, is unquestionably the most popular among cricket fans. T20 cricket is played all year thanks to leagues like the IPL, BBL, Ram Slam, BPL, and now even the PSL.
Asghar Afghan – 12
Asghar Afghan is a former Afghan cricketer who also served as the captain of the Afghan national team. Asghar is a right-handed batsman who also bowls medium-fast. In May 2018, he was named Afghanistan’s captain for the country’s first Test match against India. Afghanistan went undefeated in T20Is for 12 games under Asghar’s captaincy.
Rohit Sharma – 12
India, led by Rohit Sharma, set a new record by sweeping Sri Lanka 3-0. With the win, India matched Afghanistan’s record of 12 consecutive T20I victories. India’s winning streak began against Afghanistan and ended with a 6-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in Dharamshala.
Mohammad Nabi – 11
Nabi is the current captain of Afghanistan’s T20 international cricket team. Nabi is a right-handed batsman and off-break bowler who plays in an attacking batting all-rounder role. He was a key figure in Afghanistan’s ascension to the top of international cricket. Afghanistan went undefeated in 11 games under Nabi’s captaincy in 2016-2017.
Sarfaraz Ahmed – 9
Sarfaraz Ahmed is a Pakistani professional cricket wicketkeeper-batsman who represents his country at the international level. He was the former captain of the Pakistani team in all formats. Sarfraz Ahmed captained the Pakistani team in T20Is from 2016 to 2020, during which time they went undefeated in nine games.
Virat Kohli – 9
Kohli, one of the most successful and well-liked cricketers in recent memory, is a sporting titan. Kohli is known for his on-field and off-field style, and he used to lead every game with a level of confidence that is admirable. In 2020, Team India went on a nine-game unbeaten streak under Kohli’s captaincy.