Shahid Afridi names his all time best XI

Although he has been called a legend all over the world but the man has chosen his best XI according to his experience.

What Shahid Afridi was for his team 

he came to his team for his leg spin bowling ability in the place of leg spinner way back 1996 but was able bat much better what he was supposed to be at that time and showed his power in just his second ODI match against Srilanka where he made then fastest hundred in his any first inning of format of the game in just 37 balls.

It was broken after so long period by Newzealander. Afridi was highest wicket taker of very first tournament of the T20I way back 2007 where his team ended as Runners up in the tournament, but in the next T20I WC he made his team winners of the tournament by his own performance in the shape of back to back 2 fifties in the Semi Final and Final where his team ended this tournament as the winners of the T20 WC and many times he made his nation proud through his performance.

Shahid Afridi all time XI

He made his team by many legends of the game and surely be one of the best eleven that can be made, in opening slog Sachin Tendulkar comes with Adam Gilchrist to open the innings and Ricky Ponting will come to bat at most important slog and at NO. 4 Brain Lara will effect the inning with his pure distruction and at the NO. 5 Pakistan most successfull batsman comes to bat who was called to be backbone of Pakistan Inzamam ul Haq, Kumar Sangakkara will come at NO. 6 to make crucial runs for his team and Jacques Kallis will come to finish the inning at NO. 7.

Bowling Lineup

Wasim Akram will lead the bowling side with two Australians Shane Warne and  Glenn McGrath and one Windies bowler Courtney Walsh. Having this type of bowling can make any team cry.

Full XI

Sachin Tendulkar, Adam Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, Brain Lara, Inzamam ul Haq, kumar Sangakkara, Jacques Kallis, Wasim Akram, Shane Warne, Glenn McGrath and Countney

 

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