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Men’s cricket: ICC Hall of Fame full list

ICC on Sunday announced the class of 2020 hall of fame. South Africa’s Kallis, Pakistan’s Abbas were inducted this year.

The Hall of Fame was started in 2009 as a part of its centenary celebrations. 60 players were inducted in 2009.

Here is the full list of hall of famers.

Alec Bedser-England-2009
Gordon Greenidge-West Indies-2009
Imran Khan-Pakistan-2009
Wasim Akram-Pakistan-2009
Allan Border-Australia-2009
Don Bradman-Australia-2009
Greame Pollock-South Africa-2009
Andy Roberts-West Indies-2009
Clyde Walcott-West Indies-2009
Alan Knott-England-2009
Jim Laker-England-2009
Denis Compton-England-2009
George Headley-West Indies-2009
Brian Statham-England-2009
Frank Worrell-West Indies-2009
Sunil Gavaskar-India-2009
Neil Harvey-Australia-2009
David Gower-England-2009
Richard Hadlee-New Zealand-2009
Michael Holding-West Indies-2009
Lee Hutton-England-2009
Rohan Kanhai-West Indies-2009
Clive Lloyd-West Indies-2009
Fred Trueman-England-2009
Everton Weekes-West Indies-2009
Fred Spofforth-Australia-2009
Clarrie Grimmett-Australia-2009
Bill O’Reilly-Australia-2009
Victor Trumper-Australia-2009
Denis Lillee-Australia-2009
Sydney Barnes-England-2009
Harold Larwood-England-2009
Rod Marsh-Australia-2009
Malcolm Marshall-West Indies-2009
Javed Miandad-Pakistan-2009
Keith Miller-Australia-2009
Hanif Mohammad-Pakistan-2009
Viv Richards-West Indies-2009
Derek Underwood-England-2009
Wally Hammod-England-2009
Wilfried Rhodes-England-2009
Frank Woolley-England-2009
Colin Cowdrey-England-2009
Ray Lindwall-Australia-2009
Bishan Singh Bedi-India-2009
Richie Benaud-Australia-2009
Ian Botham-England-2009
Jack Hobbs-England-2009
Tom Graveney-England-2009
Herbert Sutcliffe-England-2009
Peter May-England-2009
William Grace-England-2009
Geoffrey Boycott-England-2009
Steve Waugh-Australia-2009
Garfield Sobers-West Indies-2009
Greg Chappell-Australia-2009
Barry Richards-South Africa-2009
Lance Gibbs-West Indies-2009
Ian Chappell-Australia-2009
Graham Gooch-England-2009
Courtney Walsh-West Indies-2010
Joel Garner-West Indies-2010
Kapil Dev-India-2010
Alan Davidson-Australia-2011
Curtly Ambrose-West Indies-2011
Ken Barrington-England-2011
Glenn McGrath-Australia-2012
Brian Lara-West Indies-2012
Shane Warne-Australia-2013
Waqar Younis-Pakistan-2013
Adam Gilchrist-Australia-2013
Bob Simpson-Australia-2014
Anil Kumble-India-2015
Martin Crowe-New Zealand-2015
Wesley Hall-West Indies-2015
Muttiah Muralidaran-Sri Lanka-2016
George Lohmann-England-2016
Arthur Morris-Australia-2016
Ricky Ponting-Australia-2018
Rahul Dravid-India-2018
Allan Donald-South Africa-2019
Sachin Tendulkar- India-2019
Jacques Kallis-South Africa-2020
Zaheer Abbas-Pakistan-2020

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