New Delhi: Players who play cricket often have a lot of money. These players earn in crores every day. If it comes to the richest cricketers, then it is obvious that Virat Kohli, then the name of MS Dhoni comes in everyone’s mind. But we are going to tell you that it is not so. In today’s report, we are going to tell you about the 5 richest cricketers in the world.
West Indies’ legendary cricketer Brian Lara comes at number five in the list of richest cricketers in the world. Lara’s one year earnings is Rs 415 crore. Lara was one of the best batsmen of his time. He also has the highest score in Test cricket to his name. After taking retirement from cricket, he is working as a commentator.
The name of former Australia captain Ricky Ponting comes at number four in this list. Ponting’s one year earnings is more than Rs 500 crore. Ponting, who won the World Cup title twice to Australia, is currently a commentator and coach of IPL team Delhi Capitals.
Team India’s captain Virat Kohli comes in this list at number three. Kohli earns about 638 crores in a year. Kohli gets Rs 7 crore annually from BCCI. Apart from this, Kohli’s earnings from an Instagram post are around Rs 5 crore.
Former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni comes second in this list. Dhoni may have said goodbye to cricket, but even today, the desire of Mahi is highest in the hearts of the people. Dhoni, who won two World Cups for Team India, earned Rs 767 crore for the whole year.
Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar is the richest cricketer in the world. According to our partner website WION, Sachin’s annual earnings are Rs 1090 crores. No player in the world earns more than him. Tendulkar, who is called the God of Cricket, may have said goodbye to cricket, but even today his earnings are in crores.