Shane Warne reveals the 90s World Test XI; just one Indian but two Pakistanis make the list
Shane Warne along with Mike Atherton and Ramiz Raja picked the 12 best test players, from the 1990s.
New Delhi: Unarguably the best leg-spinner of all time, Shane Warne has made his name known since becoming a cricket pundit.
The leggie has been been an influential figure on the field and is now making his presence felt off it as well.
Analyzing the England – Pakistan Test series on Sky Sports, he along with Mike Atherton and Ramiz Raja picked the 12 best test players, from the 1990s.
This is how the list looks:
1. Michael Slater (Australia)
2. Saeed Anwar (Pakistan)
3. Ricky Ponting (Australia)
4. Sachin Tendulkar (India)
5. Brian Lara (West Indies)
6. Jacques Kallis (South Africa)
7. Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka, wicketkeeper)
8. Wasim Akram (Pakistan, captain)
9. Shane Warne (Australia)
10. Curtly Ambrose (West Indies)
11. Muttiah Muralitharan (Sri Lanka)
12. Glenn McGrath (Australia)
So Sachin Tendulkar was the only Indian to be picked in the squad which consisted of 2 players from Pakistan, 4 from Australia, 2 from West Indies, 2 From Sri Lanka and one from South Africa