The all-time world Test XI, according to the ICC rankings The all-time world Test XI, as per the ICC rankings. Len Hutton. A cricketer who played both before and after World War II, Len Hutton is considered to be one of the... Jack Hobbs. Talking about extraordinary first-class numbers – Jack Hobbs ...
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At Crictracker, we came up with a unique all-time Test XI with one cricketer from each country. Without further to do, let us check out the list: 1. Alastair Cook (England) (C) Alastair Cook.
All Time Greatest World XI. 1. Sunil Gavaskar 2. Barry Richards 3. Don Bradman 4. Viv Richards 5. Garry Sobers 6. Kumar Sangakkara 7. Imran Khan 8. Richard Hadlee (replace with O’Reilly if turning pitch) 9. Malcolm Marshall 10. Joel Garner 11. Muralitheran. Comment by Mal — December 24, 2010 @ 11:02 PM
In this video, you will see the best T20I CWC XI according to me. The players have been chosen from the 2007 T20I CWC and onwards.Digital World by MaxKoMusic...
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In 303 games, Pollock collected 393 wickets at an average of 24.50, becoming him South Africa’s greatest ODI wicket-taker. 8. Wasim Akram. Many consider Wasim Akram to be the finest left-arm quick of all time due to his exceptional control of swing and seam. His 502 ODI wickets are second only to Muttiah Muralitharan’s 534 on the all-time ...
Best All Rounders in ICC T20 World Cup history – Yuvraj Singh and Shahid Afridi. Yuvraj Singh scored 537 runs and picked up 12 wickets in his T20 WC career. Pakistan’s Shahid Afridi aggregated 546 runs and scalped 39 wickets. Both were match-winners for their nations in this competition.
At one point he was the leading Test wicket-taker of all time, and he still holds the record for the most five-fors (27) by an Englishman, complimented by 5,200 runs and 383 wickets. Alan Knott No wicket-keeper claimed more dismissals for England than Alan Knott, who claimed 269 dismissals in his 14 years behind the stumps.