5. Luke Ronchi
Luke Ronchi happens to be the first player since Kepler Wessels to represent two ICC member nations. Ronchi was born in New Zealand but raised in Australia.
He came in as a stand-in for Australia’s Brad Haddin in 2008 and played four ODI’s and one T20I. He impressed one and all with his attacking style when he hit a one-day half-century from 22 balls, the equal third-fastest 50 by an Australian in ODIs.
He made a return to his birth nation in 2012 and played 4 tests, 85 ODI’s and 32 T20I’s for the Black Caps. His best one-day innings was his 170 from 99 balls against Sri Lanka in Dunedin in 2015.
In June 2017, Luke Ronchi made his decision to quit international cricket. He will be remembered for lending constant encouragement to the bowlers from behind the stumps and for his brutal instincts with the bat in hand.