Jacques Kallis's performances at the recent ICC World Cup are testament to his pedigree. There is good reason the right-handed batsman from Cape Town is rated as the world's top all-rounder in Test cricket. His figures are hugely impressive. Kallis made his Test debut in December 1995 and his one-day international debut the following month, soon securing the crucial number three spot in the batting line-up and doing some serious damage with his right-arm, fast-medium bowling. With his methodical batting and deceptive bowling, Kallis became the only cricketer to date to have scored 8 000 runs and taken 200 wickets in one-day internationals and Test cricket. In 2005, he was named ICC Test Player of the Year and ICC Player of the Year (an award he shared with England's Andrew Flintoff) after becoming the third man in history, along with Donald Bradman and Mohammad Yousuf, to score five centuries in consecutive Test matches

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