Former Australia spinner Shane Warne on Tuesday picked Allan Border as the skipper of his greatest Australian ODI XI. He picked the XI throughout an Instagram Live session and solely selected the gamers with whom he performed throughout his profession. Warne’s greatest Australian ODI XI included Mark Waugh, Adam Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, Dean Jones, Michael Clarke, Allan Border (c), Michael Bevan, Andrew Symonds, Brett Lee, Craig McDermott, Glenn Mcgrath.
“It was either between Mark Waugh or Matthew Hayden, but I had to go for Mark. Dean Jones was way ahead of his time, like running between the wickets,” Warne stated on Instagram.
“Michael Bevan was one of the all-time greatest match finishers, Symonds was a destructive player, he could bowl as well,” he added.
Warne performed 194 ODIs for Australia and completed his profession within the 50-over format with 293 wickets.
He was an important member of the Australian 1999 World Cup closing squad as he took 20 wickets within the match.
In the ultimate towards Pakistan, Warne managed to take 4 wickets and completed with figures of 4-33, and it stays as the most effective bowling figures for a spinner in any World Cup closing.