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To play with the maximum number of different players in international cricket, the cricketers must have to continue his playing activity for a long time. While it is not possible without achieving a good number of successes in international cricket, we can see only legendary players on this list.
While international cricket is more than 140 years old, we have seen the tendency of playing the higher number of international matches for around last 50-40 years, more specifically in last 20-30 years, majorly due to the growth of the limited-overs cricket.
Here we are talking about the top five cricketers who played with the most number of different players in international cricket.
Rahul Dravid (India/Asia XI/ICC World XI): 134 players
The former Indian captain Rahul Dravid was one of the greatest batsmen in international cricket history who was famous for his incredible patience in batting. Apart from his responsible batting, Dravid was also famous for his outstanding fielding, who also spent as a wicket-keeper in ODI cricket for some years.
In his 16 years of international career, Dravid played 509 international matches. Apart from representing the Indian national cricket team (340 ODIs 163 Tests and only T20I), Dravid also played for Asia XI (only ODI) and ICC World XI (three ODIs and only Test). During his international career, the legend played with 134 different players.
In his long international career, the right-handed batsman Dravid scored 24208 runs (average 45.41).