Legendary Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne on Tuesday picked his greatest ODI XI with gamers he has played against through the course of his profession. He picked the XI throughout an Instagram Live session.
Warne’s groups included the standard mixture of six batsmen (together with a keeper and a spin-bowling choice) two seam-bowling all-rounder, a specialist spinner and two out and out quick bowlers.
Warne picked India’s Virender Sehwag and Sri Lanka’s Sanath Jayasuriya because the openers of his facet. The different Indian in Wane’s XI was legendary Sachin Tendulkar, who has probably the most runs in ODI cricket to his credit score.
Warne named Brian Lara as his No.four adopted by England’s Kevin Pietersen at No.5. Warne neglected MS Dhoni and went forward with Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara because the keeper of his facet.
The legendary leg-spinner picked England’s Anrew Flintoff and Pakistan’s Wasim Akram as his two all-rounders.
The lone spinner in Warne’s facet was New Zealand’s Daniel Vettori whereas Shoaib Akkhtar and Curtly had been his quick bowlers.
Warne’s greatest World ODI XI: Virender Sehwag, Sanath Jayasuriya, Sachin Tendulkar, Brian Lara, Kevin Pietersen, Kumar Sangakkara (wk), Andrew Flintoff, Wasim Akram, Daniel Vettori, Shoaib Akhtar, Curtly Ambrose.
“If you look at this side, this is pretty amazing,” Warne mentioned on Instagram after naming his enjoying XI.
Warne played 194 ODIs for Australia and completed his profession in 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 in the event.