Younis picks Fizz in ODI XI

Former Pakistan pacer Waqar Younis was asked to pick 11 players from the modern game and make a modern One Day International World 11 and the only Bangladeshi to feature in the side was 20-year-old pacer Mustafizur Rahman.

Although Fizz is currently nursing an injury, his performances since breaking onto the scene in 2015 have not only captivated Tigers' fans, but seemingly the worldwide cricket fraternity.

Overall, Younis picked a well-balanced side.

He gave the opening slots to Australia's David Warner and India's Rohit Sharma in order to give his team a jet-propelled start.

The next two were picks that should be mainstays in any team, Indian batting maestro Virat Kohli and South Africa's explosive batsman AB de Villiers.

Australia's Steve Smith came in fifth and was handed captaincy followed by the English trio of Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler and Moeen Ali.

Younis preferred Stokes and Buttler for their batting, while he felt that Ali would be able to comeplement the side well as an all-rounder.

The bowling department was made up of three left-arm pacers: Australian spearhead Mitchell Starc, Pakistan's fiery pacer Mohammad Amir and Mustafizur.