Kamran Akmal picked himself and sibling Umar Akmal in Pakistan’s unequaled ODI XI. In a video on Youtube posted by Cricket Pakistan, the wicketkeeper-batsman advocated his very own choice in light of his record in universal and residential cricket.

The 37-year-old’s criteria of picking the untouched XI was on the players he had viewed and not the ones who have played before him.

He likewise advocated the choice of picking his sibling Umar at No. 4 seeing the manner in which he plays T20 cricket notwithstanding the last scoring consecutive ducks in the as of late finished up three-T20I arrangement against Sri Lanka.

Akmal’s ODI XI had two bleeding edge quick bowlers and two spinners. The Lahore-conceived cricketer included just a single player from Pakistan’s 1992 World Cup-winning squad.

Kamran Akmal, who has been out-of-support, played his last ODI against West Indies on April 11, 2017. He picked himself in front of Moin Khan and Rashid Latif who have a superior record behind the stumps than him.

Kamran has 187 expulsions in ODIs with current Pakistan captain surrounding him with 140 rejections from 116 games.

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