Who can ever dream of a team without this little genius from Mumbai. Such
is the class of this man that on his day he can destroy the best of
attacks in the world. Shot in stature, he has every shot in the book and
thrives on pressure situations. Perfectionist, articulate, classy and
above all a fighter. So who better than him to open the innings.
Gilchrist (Australia) - When you
have a world class keeper with the kind of batting Gilchrist is capable of,
then you donít have any other option but to take him in the team. If
these two were to open then this means no respite for the bowlers.
Gilchrist is one of the best players of the pull and hook shots and has
some amazing dismissals to his credit. A true asset to the team.
(Australia) - Probably the best man to come on number
three especially after the storm is over. Even an early fall of wicket
would not matter as Waugh is capable of moving the scoreboard fast and is
a match winner in every sense of the word. His lazy elegance makes him one
of the most delightful batsmen to watch and his off spinners have taken
some vital wickets, remember Sachin. Also he is capable of taking some
breathtaking catches in slips. So all in all a perfect choice.
Waugh (Australia) -
(Captain) The man made of steel. The kind of determination and grit one
sees in his eyes talks highly of this man who has played some memorable
innings to help Australia win. The perfect man to have in the time of
crisis and it is no surprise that he is called Mr. Dependable. He not only
has amazing talent but also he is man to lead any team in the world as he
can inspire many by his sheer attitude.
(West Indies) -
What can be said of this master batsman who at such a young age created
history by making 375 runs in a test match and it still has not been
surpassed. Has every stroke one can think of and is a treat to watch.
Having him in the side is an advantage because not only he is a great
batsman but also a left-hander. Regarded as one of the all time greats by
many, he is an essential part of the dream team.
(New Zealand) -
Considered by many the best all rounder in the world he is a good man to
have if there is a batting collapse as he is capable of playing big
innings and also likes to hit the ball hard. He is a very talented bowler
and can surprise many by the pace he generates.
Mushtaq (Pakistan) - At
such a young age this extremely talented off spinner has created quite a
few ripples and in the bargain has earned respect from the best batsmen in
the world. His away going delivery is something which still is a mystery
to most of the batsmen and with so much time ahead can do wonders to
himself and his team. His commitment on the field is also commendable.
Warne (Australia) -
He is a magician. If you
donít agree then ask Mike Gatting. He is a craftsmen and according to
the Legendary Kapil Dev the only bowler capable of taking 500 plus wickets
in tests. Some of his leg spinners have gone down in the history as
masterpieces. Everytime he has been down and out he has come back even
stronger. Remember his crucial spells in the World Cup Semi Finals and
Finals. Also is a hard hitter and excellent slip fielder.
|Wasim Akram (Pakistan) -
(Vice Captain) Undoubtedly the best left arm bowler of all time, Wasim
Akram is capable of bowling six different balls in an over and each would
be as lethal as the other one. The best in the world consider him as the
most difficult bowler to face as he has pace, swing, accuracy and most
importantly the brain. Also a capable batsmen and has a double century to
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McGrath (Australia) -
Donít be disillusioned by this tall lanky fellow because if you get any
closer to him all you will see in his eyes would be the hunger for
wickets. A match winner in his own right he has destroyed the batting line
of other teams all on his own. The delivery that he got Brian Lara in the
World Cup is considered to be one of the best ever bowled. A consistent
performer he adds class to the attack as he has performed in every
|Allan Donald (South Africa) - What
a bowler after the first change. He has pace and is very lethal. His
aggression and attitude combined with his talent are difficult for most of
the batsmen. Imagine if you mange to get away with McGrath and Akram then
you have Donald to deal with. Well not a very pretty sight for the
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Rhodes (South Africa) -
What a fielder to have who can save at least 30 runs in an innings all on
his own. Won't you want someone from the team to be always injured. His
run out of Inzamam at the 1992 World Cup was the most amazing sight to
watch. Can be in any team due to his amazing antics and super fast speed.
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