West Indian all-rounder Jason Holder named his all-time greatest Test XI, the place he included just one Indian participant. The Caribbean cricketer spoke in an unique interview with News Nine the place he revealed his listing.
Holder stated that Test cricket is his most favourite format and the listing he named consists of loads of former West Indian greats. There have been fairly a number of shock picks within the batting order, none greater than the inclusion of Chris Gayle on the prime.
Alongside him, the Indian aggressive opener, Virender Sehwag made the listing, adopted by Australian skipper, Ricky Ponting, Windies skipper, Brian Lara, and the legendary Vivian Richards. Although he didn’t specify the skipper, it was assumed to be Ponting contemplating his sensible report.
“I am sorry for being a bit biased but Christopher Henry Gayle at one with Virender Sehwag as his partner. It would be a great spectacle. Three, I would have Ricky Ponting. Four, I would have Brian Lara. Five, I would have Vivian Richards,” Holder stated.
Aussie cricketer, Adam Gilchrist, got here in at No. 7. Gilchrist is liable for altering the best way a wicket-keeper batsman is checked out in Tests. His former teammate, Shane Warne, was additionally on Holder’s listing because the solitary spinner. Windies legends, Curtly Ambrose and Malcolm Marshall crammed up the 9 and 10 with Pakistan’s pacer, Wasim Akram, finishing the listing.
“Six, Sir Garfield Sobers. Seven, Adam Gilchrist. Eight, Shane Warne. Nine, Curtly Ambrose – my favourite of all time. Malcolm Marshall at 10 and Wasim Akram at 11,” Holder added.
Jason Holder’s all-time Test XI
Chris Gayle, Virender Sehwag, Ricky Ponting, Brian Lara, Viv Richards, Garfield Sobers, Adam Gilchrist, Shane Warne, Curtly Ambrose, Malcolm Marshall, Wasim Akram.
Glenn McGrath, Kumar Sangakkara, Jacques Kallis, Dale Steyn, Muttiah Muralitharan
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