Gujarat is one of the elite states of India, according to cricket. The state has produced numerous cricketers who represented as well as representing the Indian Cricket Team. Some of them belong to the group of board and BCCI members too. Players like Jasprit and Ravindra are ruling the cricket world belong from this state. Gujarat Ranji team is considered one of the strongest domestic teams. There are 3 home grounds for this state. These are Narendra Modi stadium, Lalabhai Contractor Stadium, and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel stadium.
1. Vinoo Mankad
The first player on our list is Vinoo Mankad. He was one of the earliest cricketers who represented the Indian Cricket team. He represented India in the late 1940s. He was a right-handed batsman, and at the same time, he was a slow Othrodox spinner. He had played more than 200 first-class matches. This proves he had a good experience in the red ball format. He represented the Indian Cricket team in 44 test matches. His top score is 241. He averaged 31 on tests. He was one of the earliest players who tried mankading. In 2021, he was included in the ICC hall of Fame.
2. Ravindra Jadeja
The next player on our list is Ravindra Jadeja. Ravi is one of the best all-rounders in the cricketing world. He is a left-handed batsman who plays down the order. He is included in the playing XI as an all-rounder. His leadership skills were tested by making him captain of his IPL franchise. He is currently one of the important members of the Indian Cricket team. He won the Arjuna Award, ICC ODI team of the year, and ICC top 10 test all-rounders.
3. Jasprit Bumrah
The next player on our list is Jasprit Bumrah. He is the best bowler in the Indian cricket team camp. He is known for his yorker deliveries. He is a specialist bowler both in initial innings and at death overs. He plays for Gujarat in first class but represents Mumbai in Indian Premier League. But in his career, he suffered a lot due to injuries. Sometimes he is accused of giving more importance to franchises and league games than national games. He holds the record of scoring the highest runs in over of a test match. He took 5 wicket hauls in South Africa, England, and Australia.
4. Ajay Jadeja
The next player on our list is Ajay Jadeja. He is a former Indian cricket player representing the Indian team in the 1990s. He is proper of an all-rounder for the team. He is a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium fast bowler too. While representing India, he played 196 one-day internationals and 15 test matches. In his career, he had a downfall when he was banned for 5 years in a match-fixing scandal. Later in his career, he pursued commentating.
5. Munaf Patel
The next player on our list is Munaf Patel. He is one of the good bowlers who represented the Indian cricket team. He was also included in the squad of the 2011 world Cup-winning team. He is a right-hand medium-fast bowler. He didn't continue after the last tour of India to England in 2011. He played 70 one-day internationals and 13 test matches for India. He averaged 38 in test matches and 28 in one-day internationals. Apart from their cricket career, he is a part of the Youth against Rape NGO.
6. Yusuf Pathan
The next player who represented the Indian cricket team was Yusuf Pathan. He is an efficient all-rounder who used to score quickly. He is a right-handed explosive batsman and used to bowl whenever the te He was a part of the 2011 world Cup-winning team. In IPL, he played for franchises like Rajasthan and Kolkata. Later in his career, he and his brother Irfan Pathan opened a cricket academy. The name of the cricket academy is "cricket academy of Pathan." The academy has a joint venture with Greg Chappell—a running team.
7. Irfan Pathan
The next player on our list is Irfan Pathan. He and his brother are commonly referred to as the Pathan brothers. He is an all-rounder and played regularly for team India. He is a left-handed batsman and a left-hand medium-paced bowler. He represented India in all formats of the game. He participated in IPL for the Chennai franchise. He was also part of the 2007 t20 world Cup and 2013 champions Trophy squad. After retirement, he focused on becoming a commentator.
8. Hardik Pandya
The next player on our list is Hardik Pandya. He and his brother are known as Pandya Brothers. He has captained India in some bilateral series. He is a right-hand middle-order batsman and a right-arm medium-fast bowler. He is currently one of the best all-rounders in the world. He represents Mumbai Indians in Indian Premier League. He is also used as a finisher in matches. Eventually, he becomes a depending lower-order finisher.
9. Krunal Pandya
The next player on our list is Krunal Pandya. He is one of the Pandya brothers who represented the Indian cricket team. He is a left-handed all-rounder and slow left-arm Orthodox bowl yet to play, playing few matches on international stages. This includes 5 one-day internationals and 19 t20i. He is a regular player for Mumbai Indians; now he is playing for Lucknow Super Giants. He has a batting average of 65 and 24 in ODI and T20i. He had an interesting issue in his career when he was accused of using abusive language during a game.
10. Jaydev Unadkat
The last player on our list is Jaydev Unadkat. He represents the Indian cricket team but rarely plays. He was one of the members of the 2010 Under 19 World Cup. He is a left-arm, fast bowler. He has played 86 first-class matches. He plays in Indian Premier League regularly. He represented Kolkata, Bangalore, Delhi, Pune, Rajasthan, Mumbai, and Lucknow there.