Hogg includes two Pakistan legends in all-time Test XI


KARACHI: Australia’s former leg-spinner Brad Hogg, while responding to a tweet, revealed his all-time Test XI which included Pakistan’s legendary duo of all-rounder Imran Khan and batsman Javed Miandad. The 49-year-old picked an exciting line-up that features the greatest players to ever step foot in a cricket ground. He included Pakistan’s Javed Miandad along with India’s legendary batsman Sunil Gavaskar forming a dream combination at the top of the order. Hogg then created a legendary quartet in the middle-order which comprised of West Indies’ Sir Vivian Richards, Brian Lara, India’s Sachin Tendulkar, and England’s David Gower. The leg-spinner included England’s Jack Russell in the wicketkeeper slot whereas Pakistan’s legendary all-rounder Imran Khan was included to provide the necessary balance to the side. The 49-year-old included the West Indies’ duo of pacers Joel Garner and Malcolm Marshall, while including Australia’s legendary spinner Shane Warne for his magical leg-spin.

Javed Miandad, Sunil Gavaskar, Viv Richards, Brian Lara, Sachin Tendulkar, David Gower, Jack Russell, Imran Khan, Joel Garner, Malcolm Marshall, Shane Warne.

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