7. David Warner (Australia)
A player who has never played a First-Class match gets to debut for Australia in T20 internationals and he hammers an astonishing 43-ball 89 run knock against the Proteas. I think up to this point of time you must have understood that I am talking about David Warner Aka Pocket Dynamo. Warner’s rise in international cricket is a captivating journey indeed. A guy who was not even convinced about his own credentials as a Test player, one day gets advice from his IPL team-mate and Indian veteran, Virender Sehwag that he seems good enough to play Tests which changes his life. And now we see that the same bloke, David Warner averages above 50 in Tests with 16 Test tons to his credit. Isn’t that amazing? I think it is and now the same Warner has accomplished himself as an all-format player and is even appearing on our list of future legends of cricket.