“In 5 To 6 Years, They Are Going To Be Superstars Of World Cricket”- Ross Taylor Names 2 Indian Players Who Will Rule International Cricket

Ross Taylor will play his last international series for the New Zealand cricket team soon against the Netherlands cricket team. The veteran batter will retire from all formats of international cricket after that series. His final appearance will be in a 3-match ODI series which is a part of the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League.


Many fans would say that Ross Taylor was one of the top batters in world cricket during his prime. Now that he is bidding farewell to the sport, Taylor named one player who will star for the New Zealand cricket team in the future and two Indian players who will dominate world cricket in the coming years.

Talking about the New Zealand cricket team first, Taylor felt that rising star Kyle Jamieson can help the Blackcaps achieve success in the near future. Jamieson is a right-arm pace-bowling all-rounder who earned everyone’s attention with his marvellous performances against the Indian cricket team.


The right-handed batter then named Kolkata Knight Riders captain Shreyas Iyer and Delhi Capitals skipper Rishabh Pant as the two individuals of the current Indian cricket squad who could dominate world cricket.

Ross Taylor said that Kyle Jamieson is the future of the New Zealand cricket team

In an interview with Hindustan Times, Taylor gave his opinion on the players who could dominate world cricket. Here’s what he had to say about the future of the New Zealand cricket team and the international cricket arena.

“Kyle Jamieson is the future of New Zealand cricket, but Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant, in 5-6 years’ time, are going to be the superstars of not only Indian cricket but world cricket as well.”


Taylor further mentioned that spending time with the Kolkata Knight Riders head coach Brendon McCullum during the IPL 2022 season will help Shreyas Iyer a lot.


Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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