ONLY HAVE ONE INDIAN, LET’S SEE AAKASH CHOPRA’S WORLD XI.

Former Indian cricketer; Aakash Chopra picked his T20I World XI on Friday. Chopra, who represented the Indian national team briefly in the 2004 season; shared a video where he assembled modern-day greats of the shortest format in one star-studded eleven. Taking up the challenge; thrown by the convivial media accounts of the International Cricket Council (ICC); the former Team India opener presented his fantasy eleven with a convolution.

As per the challenge; only one player can be integrated to the fantasy World XI from each nation. Thus, Chopra was coerced to pick only one Team India star; in his World T20I eleven. While most people; would pick run machine Kohli or Hitman Rohit in their respective T20I eleven, Chopra made an intriguing call by dropping both premier batsmen and picking Jasprit Bumrah while denominating his World T20I XI.

Jasprit Bumrah & Virat Kohli
VIRAT KOHLI & JASPRIT BUMRAH

WHY SNUBBED KOHLI OR ROHIT? AAKASH EXPLAINS.

Chopra began by picking Australian opener David Warner and England’s wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler as his opening batting pair. And to the surprise of most people; third spot in his team went to New Zealand batsman Colin Munro; Pakistan star batsman Babar Azam was given the fourth position. “People must be cerebrating if I haven’t picked Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma in the top four; then where will I place them lamentably, I can’t find a place for them as I have to pick; only one Indian,” Aakash verbally expressed. Well, Aakash is not wrong; if we watch the conditions put forth on him.

WORLD XI OF AAKASH CHOPRA:

TOP – ORDER
  1. David Warner [ AUSTRALIA]
  2. Jos Buttler [ENGLAND]
  3. Colin Munro[NEW ZEALAND]
MIDDLE – ORDER
  1. Babar Azam [PAKISTAN]
  2. AB de Villiers [SOUTH AFRICA]
  3. Shakib Al Hasan [BANGLADESH]
LOWER – ORDER
  1.  Andre Russell [WEST INDIES]
  2. Rashid Khan [AFGHANISTAN]
TAIL – ENDERS
  1. Sandeep Lamichhane [NEPAL]
  2. Jasprit Bumrah [INDIA]
  3. Lasith Malinga [SRI LANKA]

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