People on Twitter react to Shane Warne’s dream T20 team
Former Australian bowling wizard and renowned cricket analyst Shane Warne recently unveiled his dream T20 team on Twitter. The bowling great chose an array of stars and icons in his team and included individuals from several nations. However, Warne invited controversy by leaving out a few respected names from his ideal T20 side.
Warne’s team was based on individuals who have been consistent performers in T20 cricket across several leagues and have made a name for themselves with their spectacular outings. Shane Warne’s team comprises of:
1. Chris Gayle 2. Brendon McCullum 3. Virat Kohli 4. AB. De Villiers 5. Shane Watson 6. Jos Buttler 7. Dwayne Bravo 8. Andre Russell 9. Mitchell Starc 10. Mustafizur Rahman 11. Sunil Narine
Below are some of the responses from fans on Twitter:
@ShaneWarne Dhoni over Butler..any day
— PC (@PranavChopra) June 17, 2016
— Merin Kumar (@merin_kumar) June 17, 2016
— SHREEKANT_EF_SRT (@shrikantd31) June 17, 2016
@ShaneWarne i got one more player for u Shane.
The powerhouse, Bradthwaite.
Don’t mind the spelling if its wrong?
So, how’s it ?
— Abhinav Sharma (@Abhinav13554108) June 17, 2016
@ShaneWarne Warnie why not Rohit sharma is included in ur t20 squad?
— Vadiraj A.K (@Vadiraj_ak) June 18, 2016
@ShaneWarne where is pakistani player name in this list? ?
— Humaira Mahar (@HumairaMahar) June 17, 2016
— James Harvey (@jrharvey85) June 18, 2016
@ShaneWarne . Where is Muhammad Amir. ? He is one of the best bowlers today. You can’t miss him at all
— Mavarhan (@Ramdani_1) June 17, 2016
— VAIBHAV SHARMA (@lovvaibhav) June 17, 2016
@ShaneWarne grt pick sir??
— akshay bhardwaj (@akshayb070793) June 18, 2016
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