Shane Warne Choose His Greatest ODI XI With Players He Has Played Against:
On Tuesday (07-04-2020), Shane Warne, the renowned Australian leg-spinner chooses his greatest ODI XI with cricketers he has played against during his career. During an Instagram Live session, he selected the ODI XI.
The team of Shane Warne incorporated the conventional mixing of six outstanding batsmen (including a wicketkeeper as well as a spin-bowler) two seam-bowling all-rounder, a spinner expert, and two fast bowlers.
In that list, Warne chooses former Indian opener Virender Sehwag and opener of Sri Lanka Sanath Jayasuriya as the two fantastic openers of his team. Another Indian batsman in the Warne’s ODI XI was the Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar, who has earned the maximum runs in his ODI international career.
Shane Warne also selected the Trinidadian former international cricketer, Brian Lara as his no. 4 batsman, who is followed by Kevin Pietersen at number 5. Shane Warne ignored former Indian captain MS Dhoni and went ahead with Sri Lankan batsman Kumar Sangakkara as the wicketkeeper of his team.
The outstanding leg-spinner of Australia names Andrew Flintoff of England and Wasim Akram of Pakistan as his two all-rounders.
The single spinner in the team of Shane Warne was Daniel Vettori of New Zealand while Curtly and Shoaib Akhtar as his two fast bowlers.
Warne’s greatest World ODI XI:
Sanath Jayasuriya, Virender Sehwag, Brian Lara, Sachin Tendulkar, Kumar Sangakkara (wicketkeeper), Kevin Pietersen, Wasim Akram, Andrew Flintoff, Daniel Vettori, Curtly Ambrose, Shoaib Akhtar.
“If you look at his team, this is really superb,” Sahne Warne said on Instagram Live Session after naming his playing ODI XI.
Warne played 194 ODI matches for the Australia side and concluded his long career in the 50-over format by taking 293 wickets.
He was a very important member of the Australian 1999 World Cup final team as he took 20 wickets in that series.