Sachin Tendulkar the lone Indian in Jason Holder's all-time XI

Holder picked most of the players from Australia.

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West Indies Test skipper Jason Holder has named only Indian cricketer in his all-time XI. He picked Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar in his top XI. There were 5 Australian cricketers featured in Holder's XI. For opening position, he chooses Matthew Hayden and Kumar Sangakkara.

Other Aussies who got a place in the XI are Ricky Ponting, Adam Gilchrist, Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath. 

The Caribbean cricketer couldn't get a better all-rounder than Jacques Kallis in his XI. The former South African cricketer has played 166 Tests, in which, he scored 13,289 runs and picked up 292 wickets. He was first and the only player to achieve the mark of 10,000 runs in Tests & ODI each and more than 200 wickets in the Tests and ODIs each.

Another Proteas cricketer to find a place in Holder's all-time XI is Dale Steyn. The pacer who had given nightmares to batsmen during his peak. From his own country, the lanky pacer picked legend Brian Lara and Curtly Ambrose. Both the cricketers were the backbone of West Indies team. 

Jason Holder’s all-time XI is as follows:

Matthew Hayden (Australia), Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka), Ricky Ponting (Australia), Brian Lara (West Indies), Sachin Tendulkar (India), Jacques Kallis (South Africa), Adam Gilchrist - (wicketkeeper - Australia), Shane Warne (Australia), Dale Steyn (South Africa), Curtly Ambrose (West Indies), Glenn McGrath (Australia).


By Sihyeu Prakash Singh - 17 Apr, 2018

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