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Highest Paid Cricket Captains in the World 2021, Check Out Virat Kohli Earnings

by Bellamkonda

NEW DELHI: It is a known fact that team India captain Virat Kohli’s net worth is much higher than any cricketer as he is the only cricketer who was in the Forbes 2020s list of top 100 highest paid athletes. But do you know that Virat Kohli is not the first highest paid cricketer in international cricket.  Yes he is the second highest paid cricketer as per the latest reports, and the first highest paid cricketer in international cricket is England’s captain Joe Root.

Check out the list of highest paid cricketers in 2021 / Earnings of cricketers in 2021

1. Root

England’s captain Root is leading with a highest pay of Rs 8.9 Cr annually.

2.Virat  Kohli

Team India captain Virat Kohli is receiving a pay of Rs 7 Cr annually.

3. Finch, Paine

Australia’s ODI and Test captains Finch and Paine earn  4.8 crores each respectively per annum.

4. Elgar

South African cricketer Elagar earns Rs 3.2cr yearly

5. Bavuma

South Africa’s ODI as well as T20 captain receiving annual salary of Rs 2.5 Cr.

6. Williamson, Morgan, Pollard

The three cricketers Williamson, Morgan, Pollard of New Zealand, England, and West Indies earned an annual salary of 1.7 Cr respectively.

7. Brathwaite 

Brathwaite is West Indies captain in Test cricket and he is getting a pay of Rs 1.3 Cr annually.

8. Azam

Azam is Pakistan’s Test and ODI captain earning Rs 62.4 Lakh per annum.

9. Karunaratne

Karunaratne is Sri Lanka’s Test captain who is earning Rs 51 Lakh rupees annually.

10. Thisara Perera

Sri Lankan cricketer and the captain of Sri Lanka’s limited-overs team Perera is getting a pay of Rs 25 Lakh per annum.

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