The International Cricket Council has announced the ODI team of the decade in which they named the former Indian skipper MS Dhoni as the leader. India’s talisman batsman Rohit Sharma and Australia’s linchpin batter David Warner are the openers of the team.
Rohit is one of the best ODI batsmen in the world and he has scored 9115 runs in 228 ODI matches at an average of 49.3. Warner is also one of the most consistent batsmen in the world and he has amassed 5455 runs in 128 matches at an average of 45.5.
The governing council picked Virat Kohli to bat at number three and the Indian skipper is the most consistent ODI batsman. Kohli has amassed 12040 runs in 251 ODI at an unbelievable average of 59.3. The former Proteas skipper AB de Villiers bats at number four. The former SA batsman accumulated 9577 runs in 228 ODIs at an average of 53.5.
Shakib Al Hasan bats at number six in ICC’s team of the decade in the 50-overs version The Bangladesh player has gathered 6323 runs in 206 matches and he has also snared 260 wickets.
MS Dhoni bats at number six as the former Indian skipper scored 10773 runs in 350 ODI matches at an impressive average of 50.7. Ben Stokes is the second all-rounder in ICC team of the decade. Stokes has scored 2682 runs in 95 ODI matches and he has snared 95 wickets.
Lasith Malinga, Trent Boult and Mitchell Starc constitute the pace battery of the team whereas Imran Tahir is the main spinner of the side. Malinga took 338 wickets in 226 ODI matches for Sri Lanka. Boult has snared 164 wickets in 90 ODI matches at an average of 25.3. Starc has bagged 184 wickets in 96 ODI matches whereas Imran Tahir has claimed 173 wickets in 107 ODI matches.