The game cricket is often considered as a religion in India. Not only in India throughout the subcontinent cricket is the main game celebrated by the people living there. The game has a special craze among the people of South Asia. And we can also see the dominance of the sub-continental teams in world cricket for more extent.
The game which is played with mainly bat and ball has many unique features and memories in it in the last three decades for the Indian fans. Not only the main game but also the fans have some craze deep inside the games.
For example, there is a much craze among the fans about their team’s colour jersey. Each jersey will have some memories in it for the fans. Like that the cricket bats takes an important place when we talk about the craziness in cricket. Let’s have a look on some of the most celebrated cricket bats among Indian fans in the last decade.
RBK Sticker bat
The RBK bat came to the game in the later part of the decade. It was often used by many subcontinental players like MS Dhoni, Sanath Jayasuriya, Shahid Afridi, Irfan Pathan etc. The main power hitters as mentioned earlier played some terrific knocks using this bat. Former Indian skipper MS Dhoni recorded his career best figure using this bat. That is why the RBK bat has a significant place in the heart of the Indian fans.
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Britania Sticker Bat
Another important bat that was used in the last decade is the Britania Sticker Bat. This bat was mainly used by Rahul Dravid in the entire decade. He will be the first name comes to our mind when we see this bat.
Another one is the Indian aggressive opening batsman Virender Sehwag. He also used this bat for a period of time. There is also another Indian player is connected with this bat. Mohammed Kaif one of the finest fielders in the team also used this bat. Especially in the historic win against England in Natwest series final 2002 he used this bat.
Hero Honda Sticker Bat
Hero Honda Sticker Bat is also has a unique place in the memories of Indian fans. It was mainly used by the two left-handers in the team Sourav Ganguly and Yuvraj Singh. Yuvraj Singh used this bat when he made the world record of six sixes in an over against England in the inaugural T20I world cup. Sourav Ganguly also played many knocks using this bat.
MRF Sticket bat
The last but not the least, the MRF sticker bats are ruling the memory lane of cricket fans in the last three decades. In the late 90’s former Australian skipper Steve Waugh used this bat. Then the master blaster Sachin Tendulkar used this bat for a long time. Actually, he was the one who set the trademark for this bat. At the same time WestIndian legendary batsman Brian Lara also used this bat. Now also the legacy of MRF bats is continuing in the Indian cricket team as the skipper Virat Kohli is using the bat now accompanied by the left-handed opener Shikar Dhawan.