Throughout the course of the cricketing history, Pakistan has continued to unleash sensational talents. Be it bowling or batting, it was never easy to match the prowess of the green team. The fact was recently acknowledged by the former Australian cricketer Shane Warne who went on to pick his greatest Pakistan XI.
The spin wizard picked the iconic left-handed duo of Saeed Anwar and Aamer Sohail to open the innings. For him, the elegance of Mohammad Yousuf, the class of Inzamam-ul-Haq and the prowess of Younis Khan would form the best possible middle-order. Moin Khan was roped in as the wicket-keeper of the side.
Coming to bowling, it was no surprise to see Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis and Shoaib Akhtar joining hands to make a sturdy pace unit backed by the spin prowess of Saqlain Mushtaq. Some of the omissions from thus unit raised many eyebrows. However, it is important to note that the 50-year old picked only those players with whom he has played during his International career.