Shahid Afridi has picked a star-studded team full of big players Only One Indian gets a spot.

Former Pakistani off-roader Shahid Afridi has chosen his best XI player of all time. Interestingly, Afridi included up to five Pakistani players in the team and also appointed Inzamam-ul-Haq as the team captain. Former Pakistan starter Saeed Anwar and Adam Gilchrist open the tickets for the off-roader.
Anwar was well known for his class, timing and flamboyant play and delivered consistently in opening the innings for Pakistan. Gilchrist, on the other hand, was known for his aggressive hitting approach and led the attack on the opposition early on.
Ricky Ponting is one down for Shahid Afridi in his best playing XI. Ponting is considered one of the best number three hitters of all time and led Australia to great heights as a leader. Sachin Tendulkar is ranked number four in Afridi's batting order and the former legendary hitter is the lone Indian player on Afridi's team.
Inzamam-ul-Haq ranks fifth in the batting order. Inzamam is regarded as one of the best hitters in Pakistan and also led with poise. Former South Africa all-rounder Jacques Kallis ranks sixth in the batting lineup. Kallis is among the best off-roaders in the game and delivered consistently for the Proteas.

Rashid Latif, the former goalie hitter from Pakistan, wears the gloves on Afridi's all-time squad. Wasim Akram, Glenn McGrath and Shoaib Akhtar make up the rhythm drummer, while Shane Warne is the sole spinner on the team. Akram and McGrath were known for their precise line and length. Akram was a master at
swinging the ball both ways, while Shoaib Akhtar was well known for his pace.

Shahid Afridi's All-Time Best Eleven: Saeed Anwar, Adam Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, Sachin Tendulkar, Inzamam-ul-Haq (c), Jacques Kallis, Rashid Latif (week), Wasim Akram, Glenn McGrath, Shane Warne, Shoaib Akhtar.

Written by saadghufran25

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