Laziest XI of the modern-day cricket


Rohit Shrarma

Cricket is one of the most-loved sports all around the globe. The players are treated like heroes in their nations whereas many cricketers have an immense fan following in the other countries as well. Besides, every cricketer must have the qualities that a team needs like batting, bowling, wicket-keeping, fielding and a few more.

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Apart from that, they must be fit to do all these abilities on the field to give their best for their team. But some of them have been lazy on the field and are slow while running between the wickets and near the boundary ropes. According to that, we are going to see the laziest XI of the modern era.

1. Mohammad Shahzad

Mohammad Shahzad

The opening batsman from Afghanistan is one of the slowest players that the cricketing world has ever seen. Apart from his hitting skills, Mohammad Shahzad was not a good runner between the wickets which we have witnessed on many occasions.

Moreover, he missed a lot of wickets while standing behind the stumps due to his laziness. He was excluded from the 2019 World Cup squad as his nation declared that he is not fit for the mega-event.

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