Former India cricketer Wasim Jaffer has been fairly energetic on social media since retirement final month. Amid nationwide lockdown in India as a result of ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Jaffer has held Q&A classes with followers on Twitter, has listed out his high XI ODI and IPL groups, and has additionally confirmed his humorous aspect with some cheeky remarks.
On Monday, Jaffer listed his “Best T20I XI team” however there was a situation – he only picked one player from each country. When it got here to deciding an Indian player, Jaffer determined to go along with proper-arm quick bowler Jasprit Bumrah.
In phrases of openers, the previous Ranji nice went with Australia’s David Warner and Pakistan’s Babar Azam. He additionally picked New Zealand’s Kane Williamson and South Africa’s AB de Villiers together with England’s Jos Buttler and West Indies’ Andre Russell within the center-order.
Interestingly, the previous batsman named Warner as his captain over Williamson and de Villiers. In phrases of bowling division, Jaffer picked Bangladesh’s Shakib al Hassan, Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan, and Nepal’s Sandeep Lamichhane as his spin trio. Apart from Bumrah, Sri Lanka’s Lasith Malinga made the lower in his group.
Bumrah’s choice comes as slightly shock, as the correct-arm quick bowler gained recognition after displaying his expertise for Mumbai Indians within the Indian Premier League. At the beginning of his profession, whereas many termed Bumrah as a bowler for restricted-overs format, he went on to choose 68 wickets in 14 Tests at a median of and is now thought to be one of the present greatest quick bowlers on the planet.