Sometimes we just want to say… WHY ICC, WHY! The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced its Test, ODI, and T20I teams of the decade on Sunday, and cricket fans in Pakistan are quite in a shock. The T20I XI list includes four players from India, two Australians, two West Indies players, one from South Africa, and a player each from Afghanistan and Sri Lanka, and no players from Pakistan. Not just Pakistan, no cricketer from England, New Zealand, and Pakistan were included in the team.

The list included MS Dhoni, who retired on August 15, named as the captain of the ODI and T20I teams. Whereas, Virat Kohli has been declared the captain of the Test team which includes the likes of former stalwart skippers Kumar Sangakkara and Alastair Cook.

Replying to ICC’s tweet, Former Pakistani cricketer, now analyst Rashid Latif seemed unimpressed and has taken a dig at ICC and targeted Indian Premier League (IPL) while expressing his disappointment, especially at the men’s T20I team of the decade.

He wrote, “TYPO Error {They forget to write IPL-T20s team for the decade}”

Rashid Latif is a Former Pakistan cricket coach and former cricketer and wicket Keeper. He had played for the national cricket team in Test and One Day International matches, between 2092 and 2097as a wicket-keeper left-handed batsman. Latif also served as the captain of the Pakistan cricket team in 2003, leading the country in 600 test and 250 one-day matches. He was serving as a senior TV-analyst for PTV for years where he discussed cricket alongside host Dr. Nauman Niaz and a variety of other former cricketers. Read: NAEEM BOKHARI FIRED RASHID LATIF ALONG WITH SEVEN OTHERS FROM PTV

Former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar also seemed to be supporting Rashid’s stance on the current listing and replied, “As Expected.”

This has stirred a wave of anger among Pakistani fans and a series of tweets started surfacing on Twitter,

Some people have actually started calling all of it “Topi drama.”

Well apart from some players, no Pakistani players’ inclusion in the list is a shocker for the nation especially fans and followers, and somehow we smell a little favoritism towards the neighboring players as well.

Pakistani team currently plays Test Cricket against New Zealand in Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui, New Zealand.