In this episode of Dream Team, Osman Samiuddin, Danyal Rasool and Ahmer Naqvi put their heads together to find Pakistan's greatest Test XI since 1990. Watch to find out if your favourites make the cut.
Shoaib Akhtar or Waqar Younis?
A two-way race for the first-change fast bowler in Pakistan's best Test XI since 1990
Nothing shouts "1990s Pakistan" like the image of Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis delivering toe crushers in tandem. If their pace and wiles aren't enough, throw in Shoaib Akhtar with his menacing speed, and the wristy magic of Mohammad Asif. Spare a thought also for Mohammad Zahid, whose brief career was good enough to earn praise from even Brian Lara. Plenty of contenders, but only three make it. Decisions, decisions.
Fingerspinner or wristspinner?
云顶28官网下载It's a toss-up between Saeed Ajmal, Saqlain Mushtaq and Yasir Shah for the lone spinner's spot
Saqlain Mushtaq was at one point in this era the second-best spinner in the world. In the mid-90s, Mushtaq Ahmed was outstanding in England, New Zealand and Australia. Saeed Ajmal was a late bloomer, making his Test debut at 32, but swiftly rising to become one of the best offspinners of his generation. Danish Kaneria was great at his peak. And Yasir Shah has alternated between sensational and downright ordinary. Plenty of arguments to make for all five. Who do the pick as their chosen one?
Does Babar Azam make it in the middle order?
云顶28官网下载Find out who plays in the middle order in Pakistan's greatest Test XI since 1990
Younis Khan provided Pakistan their batting backbone in the 2000s. Mohammad Yousuf once scored 1788 Test runs in a calendar year. Inzamam-ul-Haq's claims cannot be ignored. Misbah-ul-Haq surprised you whenever you weren't expecting it. Ijaz Ahmed and Azhar Ali are what people call underrated. Asad Shafiq has Sobers-like numbers at No. 6. And of course, there's Babar Azam云顶28官网下载, who's on his way to greatness. Which four from this lot make the team?
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