5. Shikhar Dhawan (India) – 91.23
Shikhar Dhawan, who was seen as the apparent heir of Virender Sehwag hasn’t disappointed anyone with his success. The left-hander plays a very aggressive brand of cricket and loves taking the game to the bowlers. He is generally the dominant partner when he and Rohit opens the batting for the Men in Blue. Shikhar has a special love affair with big ICC events. He finished up as the leading run-scorer in both Champions Trophy he was part of. While in his lone World Cup, he averaged in excess of 50. The 31-year-old has played 86 ODIs and has 3, 589 runs at an average of 43.76.