A Test team consisting of the best players of the decade was announced
A Test team consisting of the best players of the decade was announced|FOX Sports, Australia’s leading sports website, announces a Test team comprised of the best players of the decade. The squad consisting of 11 players includes two Australians, two Indians, and three South African players, while one each belongs to Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. No Pakistani player has made a place in the best Test team in ten years. The former England batsman is Alastair Cook, who scored 8,818 runs in ten years at an average of 46.51, including 23 centuries. The former English captain has been selected to join the Australian side. Mayhem salvaged David Warner, who has hit 23 off his aggressive batting average of 48.33 over ten years. Former Sri Lankan captain and former wicketkeeper-batsman Kumar Sangakkara have been selected as the third-highest scorer with 4 centuries 851 runs at an average of 61.40. Former Australian captain Steve Smith, who has scored 7,770 runs at an average of 26 centuries and 63.14. South Africa’s sixth-ranked AB de Villiers in the best team of the decade, who made 13 centuries at an average of 57.48. Czar has added 59 runs key. English Bangladesh wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiq Rahim, who was placed on the seventh wicket as a team. Former Bangladesh captain has scored 2,860 runs, including six centuries. India off-spinner Ravi Chandra Ashwin has been named in the squad for 362 wickets at an average of 25. New Africa’s former Test bowler Dale Steyn has been included in the squad, who has 267 wickets at an average of 22. James Anderson, the highest wicket-taker from England, has also managed to make it to the team. During those ten years, Anderson took 427 wickets at an average of 24. The last fast bowler of the team, Kagiso Rabada, belongs to South Africa, who has taken 183 wickets at an average of 22.