Top 5 Cricketers With Most Number Of Man Of The Match Awards In ODI and T20s

Top 5 Cricketers With Most Number Of Man Of The Match Awards In ODI and T20s: Cricket is an action-packed game having a huge fan base. The thrilling matches keep the audience gripped throughout the game; once their favorite team wins, they are glee-ridden. There is always a player who has a great contribution to such riveting matches.

The man of the match title is awarded to the outstanding player who delivers a splendid performance and has a significant impact on the match. The title is mostly awarded to a player on the winning side but under some circumstances, the defeated team’s player can win it as well.

Top 5 Cricketers With the Most Number Of Man Of The Match Awards In ODI

1. Sachin Tendulkar

Regarded as one of the greatest cricket icons, Sachin Tendulkar has achieved great milestones throughout his cricket career. Tendulkar holds the record for the most number of man of the match awards in ODI. Out of 463 matches, He received the title in 62 matches.

2. Sanath Jayasuriya

The ‘Master Blaster’ of Sri Lanka, Deshabandu Sanath Teran Jayasuriya is regarded as one of the greatest attacking batsmen of all time. He is the only batter in history with two consecutive ODI scores above 150. stands second in line with 48 man-of-the-match titles in ODI

3. Virat Kohli 

Virat Kohli currently plays for the Indian Men’s cricket team and he is known for his exceptional cover drive. Moreover, Virat Kohli has led the Indian team as captain in 95 ODI matches and has won 65 of them. At present, Kohli has played 254 ODI matches and won the title in 36 matches.

4. Jacques Kallis 

Jacques Kallis is a right-handed batsman and right-arm fast-medium swing bowler from South Africa. he is considered the greatest batsman in South Africa. Kallis has won the title in 32 out of 328 ODIs.

5. Ricky Ponting 

Ricky Thomas Ponting played for The Australian cricket team and captained the team in its golden era. Under his captainship, Australia won consecutive ICC Champions trophies in 2006 and 2007. Ponting is Australia’s highest run-scorer in Test and ODI cricket. he won Man of the Match on 32 occasions in 375 ODI cricket matches.


1. Virat Kohli 

Virat Kohli is the highest run-scorer in the T20 international. The prolific batter also holds the record of hitting most fifties in T20 international. Kohli is the fastest to score 3500 runs in T20I. The former skipper of the Indian cricket team has won the title on 15 occasions out of 113 T20 matches.

2. Mohammad Nabi 

Mohammad Nabi is the former captain of the Afghanistan International cricket team. He played a significant role in the rise of Afghanistan to the top level of international cricket. Nabi is the first player from Afghanistan to be selected in the IPL auction. He has won the title in 13 out of 103 matches.

3. Rohit Sharma

Rohit Sharma is the captain of the Indian men’s cricket team. Sharma is the only captain who led their team to 14 consecutive wins. He holds the record for most sixes hit by an Indian batsman in T20 World-cups. The skipper has won the title on 12 occasions out of 146 matches. 

4. David Warner 

The former captain of the Australian cricket team, David Warner is an excellent batsman of the current era. He played a major role in Australia’s victory in the 2021 T20 World cup. Warner has won the title 11 times out of 98 T20I matches.

5. Shahid Afridi

Famous for hitting the longest sixes, Shahid Afridi is a prolific all-rounder from Pakistan. He holds the record of hitting the most sixes in ODI. The former captain of the Pakistan cricket team received the title on 11 occasions out of 99 matches T20I matches.

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Rupanjal Chauhan
Rupanjal Chauhan
Rupanjal Chauhan is a sports enthusiast and is pursuing her bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communication from St. Xavier's College, Ranchi. She shares her thoughts on various sports topics via SportsAxle.


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