ODI XI if India, Pakistan and Bangladesh reunite
Cricket is the most popular sport throughout the subcontinent.
India, Pakistan and Bangladesh have produced many cricketing legends who have gone on to achieve greatness. They are arch-rivals when it comes to the game of cricket but also share a common and unparalleled love for the game. Throughout their rich cricketing history, there have been moments of individual brilliance from the players of these nations. However, despite individual brilliance, the teams as a whole have often failed. This is perhaps the main reason why they have underperformed, especially on overseas tours.
Have you ever thought about what the ODI XI would look like if India, Pakistan and Bangladesh reunite now? Well, let us have a look:
#11 Mohammad Amir
Mohammad Amir will lead the bowling attack. He would prove to be a tough nut to crack for the batsmen at the start with his quick, mean left-arm pace bowling. He has the ability to swing the ball both ways at pace and a player like him is a luxury for any captain.
His fiery spells would set the tone for the rest of the match and would help the team pick up early wickets. He would also be helpful at the death with his pin-point yorkers.