4. David Warner (Australia)
The Pocket Dynamo, David Warner burst on to the international scene as a specialist T20 batsman. Though it’s a different story all together how he made a name for himself across all the formats of the game. The destructive Aussie southpaw belongs to the rare league of batsmen who out rightly attack the bowlers and create panic and vengeance in the minds of the opponents.
The 29-year-old has played many match-winning knocks for Kangaroos in T20I cricket. In 54 T20 internationals, the explosive batsman has scored 1,465 runs at an outstanding strike-rate 138.86 while he has also managed to average around 29.