ICC Test Team Of The Decade
- The International Cricket Council announced their test side of the decade
- Only two Australians made the side
- England had four representatives
Australia's Steve Smith (2nd L) talks with India's Virat Kohli (2nd R) on the third day of the first cricket Test match between Australia and India in Adelaide (Getty Images)
The ICC (International Cricket Council) announced their Men's Test Team Of The Decade on Tuesday which included Australian stars Steve Smith and David Warner.
Selecting players who contested test cricket between 2011 and 2020, the side boasts an outstanding array of world class talent headlined by superstar batsmen Steve Smith, Virat Kohli and Kane Williamson.
Australia and India only had two players each selected in the side, while England were the most represented country boasting four players - Alastair Cook, Ben Stokes, Stuart Broad and James Anderson.
Virat Kohli was named the ICC Men's Player of the Decade after scoring a monstrous 20,396 runs in international cricket over this period.
Steve Smith was named the ICC Men's Test Player of the Decade, while Elyse Perry was named the Women's T20I and ODI Player of the Decade.