Pakistan’s senior and former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has objected to the International Cricket Council’s T20 team of the decade. They are very upset about this team. Explaining his views on the subject, Shoaib said, “This is not a world cricket but an IPL team.” No Pakistani player has been named in the squad.
The ICC selected a team for the Decat T20 on Sunday. In which former captain of the Indian cricket team Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been made the captain. Apart from this, four other Indian players have also been given a place. However, no Pakistani player has been named in the squad. Shoaib Akhtar has questioned the team formed on the issue. He also expressed displeasure over the non-selection of Babur Azam, the best batsman in T20 cricket. “I think the ICC has forgotten that Pakistan is also a member of the ICC,” the former fast bowler said. He also plays T20 cricket. He did not choose Babur Azam. Who is currently the number one player in the T20 rankings. He has not selected a single player from the Pakistan team. We don’t want a T20 team of the decade. Because, you have announced this IPL team. Not of any world cricket team. Indian batsman Rohit Sharma and West Indies’ Chris Gayle have been selected for the team. Australia’s current captain Aaron Finch has been selected in the third position.
The current captain of the Indian cricket team Virat Kohli has been selected in the fourth position in the playing 11. The squad includes AB de Villiers of South Africa, Glenn Maxwell of Australia and Kieran Pollard of the West Indies. When it comes to bowlers, Jaspreet Bumrah, Lasith Malinga and Rashid Khan are included. However, the ICC did not respond to Akhtar’s question.