Throughout the course of the cricketing history, the cricketing world continued to dish out sensational talents. Be it bowling, batting or even fielding, it was never easy to match the prowess of some players. Reviewing the plethora of the talent, former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif came forward to give his all-time ODI XI.
The agile wicket-keeper of his times picked the iconic openers Adam Gilchrist and Sachin Tendulkar to open the innings. For him, the elegance of Ricky Ponting, the ferocity of Viv Richards and the prowess of Steve Waugh would form the best possible middle-order. Michael Bevan, known for his finishing skills, was roped as the number 6 of the team. It is important to note that Gilchrist was also given the role of wicket-keeper.
Coming to bowling, it was no surprise to see Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis making it to his team. Other than them, he included Mitchell Starc and Allan Donald while backing this sturdy pace department by the spin heroics of Saqlain Mushtaq.