Harbhajan has been selected as the 11 best playing players in the world, giving place to these 2 great Indian players

New Delhi: Legendary Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh has selected one of the greatest players in world cricket to make his all-time playing XI (Playing 11). Harbhajan Singh has chosen the best players of his time. In his playing XI among the best cricketers of all time, Harbhajan has picked only 2 great Indian players.

Harbhajan Singh has been selected as the best XI in the world

Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag have been picked by two great Indian players Harbhajan Singh in his XI. Harbhajan Singh has named his old teammate Virender Sehwag in the XI as the opening batsman. Harbhajan has chosen former England batsman and Test captain Alastair Cook as his opening partner for Virender Sehwag. Brian Lara was selected at number three and Sachin Tendulkar at number four.

Steve Waugh has been named captain

Harbhajan Singh has named former Australia captain Steve Waugh as the number one batsman. Harbhajan Singh has also made Steve Walk the captain of the team. Harbhajan Singh has picked Jacques Kallis for the role of No. 6 and all-rounder in his XI.

Dhoni chose this player as the wicket keeper

The most surprising decision was that Harbhajan Singh replaced Mahendra Singh Dhoni with former Sri Lankan batsman Kumar Sangakkara as the No. 7 wicketkeeper.

In place of Wasim Akram

Harbhajan Singh has selected Wasim Akram, Glenn McGrath and James Anderson as fast bowlers.

The only spin bowler is Shane Warne

Harbhajan Singh has included former Australian spin great Shane Warne as the only spin bowler in his XI. Sri Lanka’s great spinner Muttiah Muralitharan has been selected as the 12th player.

The best XI of all time selected by Harbhajan Singh:

Alastair Cook, Virender Sehwag, Brian Lara, Sachin Tendulkar, Steve Waugh (C), Jacques Kallis, Kumar Sangakkara (Wicketkeeper), Shane Warne, Wasim Akram, Glenn McGrath, James Anderson, Muttiah Muralitharan (12).


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