There are only three players who are featured in a minimum of 100 games of each format for their countries. It is always a special milestone for a player to play 100 games in a format. It is considered as one of the biggest achievements to play a minimum of 100 games in each format. In this article, we will tell you about those players.
#1 Ross Taylor
One of the best batsmen in the history of New Zealand cricket, Ross Taylor played in 112 tests, 236 ODIs, and 102 T20Is. He was the first player in the history of the game to reach the 100-match mark in each format. Taylor was a great batsman of his era; he played mostly in the middle order for his team. Taylor was New Zealand’s best all-format batsman.
#2 Virat Kohli
Former Indian captain and one of the best batsmen of our generation, Virat Kohli is the second player to feature on our list. Virat Kohli is still playing and will still play more games for his team. He is still an active player in each format of the game. Virat played 113 tests, 292 ODIs, and 117 T20Is so far. Many cricket experts and fans consider him as greatest all-format batsman of all time. He was also the first player to maintain a 50+ average in every format.
#3 David Warner
Australian left-handed opening batsman, David Warner is the third player on our list. He became the first player to feature in 100 T20Is for Australia. Warner is only playing white ball now as he took retirement from test cricket in January this year. David Warner played in 112 tests, 161 ODIs, and 100 T20Is so far. Warner is one of the best openers in modern-day cricket. He was the highest asset for Australia when it comes to all format batsmen.