Many cricketers pick their all-time best cricket XI. In that order, English wicket-keeper batsman Jonny Bairstow picked up his all-time best Cricket XI. He is the regular member of the England cricket team and played a huge role to win the World cup 2019.
According to the prevailing rules and regulations, ‘the criteria for selection is players they have played with, against or have been influenced by’
Jonny Bairstow has picked three English Players, four South African Players, two Australian Players and one from West Indies and India in his all-time cricket XI.
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In the Opening, Bairstow has picked English Played Alastair Cook and South African player Hashim Amla. But Coon and Amla took retirement from international cricket. Alastair Cook is the Captain of his team. Brian Lara to bat at number three and Sachin Tendulkar to bat at number four in his team. Surprise that he picked only one Indian player in his team. Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and MS Dhoni are failed to make their place in his team.
AB De Villiers is the wicket-keeper batsman and Joe Root is the middle order player in his all-time XI. Great South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis is the all-rounder player and Shane Warne is the only spinner in his team. Jonny Bairstow has picked three pacers in his all-time cricket XI. Australian Mitchell Johnson, South African fast bowler Dale Steyn and English fast bowler James Anderson are the pacers. Joe Root, Dale Steyn and James Anderson currently not retire from international cricket.
Here is the all-time best cricket XI of Jonny Bairstow
Alastair Cook (captain), Hashim Amla, Brian Lara, Sachin Tendulkar, AB de Villiers (wk), Jacques Kallis, Joe Root, Shane Warne, Mitchell Johnson, Dale Steyn, James Anderson.