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A captain generates the character of the team. The strong captains lead their team from the front in every situation. While the Man of the Match award has been given to the strongest performer of the match, the captain can also earn it if he performs superbly.
Every team tries to give the leadership batch to the best player who can handle this crucial responsibility without hampering his performances. While some captains enjoy this responsibility by growing up their every skill along with their respective team’s growth, some also fail to maintain their status.
Here we are talking about the top ten captains with the most Man of the Match awards in international cricket who still haven’t retired (Updated till 6th June 2020).
Angelo Mathews (7 times)
Sri Lankan cricketer Angelo Mathews is one of the greatest all-rounders of his country who is very effective both as a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium pacer.
While Mathews has led the Sri Lankan team in 153 international matches at different times, the all-rounder has won seven Man of the Match awards.