Shane WarneAnswerThe 2007 ICC World Cup most controversial cricketer is Adam Gilchrist as he used a squash ball in his glove. There is nothing wrong with that as the law doesn't say any thing specifically about not allowing squash balls. Shane Warne certainly is the most FAMOUS, most controversial is purely an opinion. Some would say Dean Jones or even Ian Chappell; both had clashes with authority and opposition players.
The most revered was without doubt Sir Donald Bradman.
Is an Australian cricketer.World's 2nd most fastest bowler.An all rounder for Australia.
Mitchell Guy Johnson is an Australian cricketer who was awarded the Sir Garfield Sober's Cricketer of the Year trophy in 2009 by the International Cricket Council.
"Super Steve " Waugh is the most capped Australian cricketer in One Day Internationals, playing 325 matches at an average of 32.91. Called Tugga by his mates, and known as "Iceman" by the enemy. Steve is also the most capped Australian Test player too, playing 168 matches at an average of 51.06. Absolute Champion.
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They didn't. As a matter of fact they have almost ceased to exist.
It was the most controversial election in American History, later quoted by Washington, "the Corrupt Bargain."
the most controversial part of the 1850 compromise was California becoming a free state.
All Of Them but the most controversial are The Way I am or Just Lose It
The Australian Test cricketer, by far the most famous Michael Clarke to play first-class cricket, was born on April 2, 1981 in Liverpool, NSW, Australia.
Charles Darwin's theory of evolution remains one of the most influential and controversial theories in the history of science.
There is no such list in the empirical sense of the word. There may be lists of the most vicious acts, most controversial incidents, most amazing moves, and so on, but WWE history does not have any list of 50 incidents of an unqualified nature.
The best cricketer of Pakistan currently is Shahid Afridi and the one who is most popular in Pakistan.