Missed XI from ICC Test XI of the decade
The latest trending topic around the game is the ICC Awards of the Decade. The award program has been introduced by ICC to honor the players, who excelled in the last decade which includes the time span from January 2011 to October 2020. To qualify for the nominations, players should have played at least five years in the relevant format in the mentioned time period.
According to the above-said criteria, ICC opened voting lines to choose the players in relevant categories. After the end of voting, now the cricket body has revealed the winners of the awards one by one. At the same time, the best XI of all three formats of the game also released by ICC. The three teams have turned out to be the talk among cricket fans.
There are some players missed in the squads as it is really a hard thing to acquire 11 players from a decade. Let’s have a look at the strong Text XI that can be formed by the missed players from the ICC Test Team of the decade.
1. Hashim Amla
South African right-handed opening batsman Hashim Amla retired from international cricket in 2019. He is one of the greatest players in the last decade. He scored more than 9000 runs in his Test career with a career average of 46.6. In the last decade, the right-handed batsman 5456 runs with an average of 46.23.