ICC marked the 'International left-handers' day with a collage of some of the greatest left-handed players in the history of the game, featuring the likes of former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly, former Sri Lankan skipper Kumar Sangakkara, former West Indies legend Brian Lara, former England skipper Alastair Cook, former Australian wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist, former Indian pacer Zaheer Khan, former Pakistani speedster Wasim Akram, Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson and Bangladesh's Shakib-al-Hassan.
ICC took to Twitter to post the collage and invited fans to tell them about their favourite left-handed batsman. Here's the tweet from ICC:
Cricket fans flocked in huge numbers to leave a mention of their favourite left-handed cricketer in the comments box of ICC's post. While most of the Indian fans questioned former Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh's absence in the collage, some Pakistani fans also took to point out former Pakistan player Saeed Anwar's impeccable career that made him one of the greatest left-handed batsman in the game.
Read some of the reactions below:
Some fans pointed out at former Sri Lankan player Sanath Jayasuriya deserved to be on the list.