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Shahid Afridi picks his all-time world cup XI

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Shahid Afridi is a Pakistani all-rounder. He retired from international cricket. Now he is playing in various t20 leagues. He scored the fastest ODI century in just 37 balls. Later this record has been broken by AB De Villiers. ABD scored the fastest century in just 31 balls against West Indies.

Now the world cup is just one month away some cricket fraternity has started to predict the world cup winner. Also, some cricket fraternity picks all-time world cup XI. Recently Shahid Afridi picks his all-time world cup XI.

In his(Afridi)all-time world cup XI he has not included Sachin Tendulkar who has the highest run-getter in the world cup ever. Sachin made 2278 runs in 44 innings at an average of 56.95 with 16 half-centuries and six centuries. Also, MS Dhoni was not found a place In Afridi’s all-time world cup XI. Only the one Indian player who found a place in his team is Virat Kohli. So it’s surprising that he has picked only one Indian player in his all-time world cup XI.

He picks four Australians, five Pakistani, one South African and one Indian. This team looks like the combined XI of Australia and Pakistan. Afridi included two spinners is Shane Warne and Saqlain Mushtaq. He selected three fast bowlers(Glenn Mcgrath, Shoaib Akhtar, and Wasim Akram) in his all-time world cup XI. This XI has chosen around the Australia and Pakistan players.

World cup 2019 is just one month away, the first match between the host England and South Africa on May 30. Team India start their campaign against South Africa on June 5, and Pakistan starts their campaign against west indies on May 31.

Here’s Afridi’s all-time World Cup XI:

Virat Kohli, Adam Gilchrist, Saeed Anwar, Ricky Ponting, Inzamam ul-Haq, Jacques Kallis, Wasim Akram, Glenn McGrath, Shane Warne, Shoaib Akhtar, Saqlain Mushtaq.

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