Babar was named captain of the ICC XI

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has made a list of the best performers in the Twenty20 Cricket World Cup, where there is no Bangladeshi cricketer who has lost five matches in the Super Twelve and no Indian cricketer who has lost two matches. News BBC Bangla.

However, despite not reaching the semi-finals, two cricketers from Sri Lanka and South Africa have been named in the squad. Only Trent Bolt is from the New Zealand team in the final, the most valuable team in the ICC.

David Warner and Josh Butler have found a place in the team’s opening spot. Before the start of the tournament, many people questioned Warner’s form, he said, “It’s ridiculous to question my form. I laugh at it. I haven’t played much cricket recently. “

He has also performed on the field to the critics. The 35-year-old Australian opener scored 289 runs at a strike rate of 148 in the tournament. He played an innings of 49 in the semi-final and 53 in the final.

David Warner has been named the tournament’s best cricketer, according to a panel of ICC commentators. The panel included former star cricketers Ian Bishop, Natalie Germanos and Shane Watson along with journalists Lawrence Booth and Shahid Hashmi.

Ian Bishop explained why David Warner was the tournament’s best cricketer, “Babar Azam, Josh Butler and Adam Jampa were all supposed to be three but David Warner has made an impact in the tournament, taking the panel to his side with his performance on the special knockout stage.”

Josh Butler is one of the best limited overs batsmen of the present time, he also proved in this World Cup why he is called the best. Butler averaged 289 runs at an average of 151 strike rate. He also scored the only World Cup century.

Babar Azam is at number three in the ICC XI. He has scored 303 runs at an average of 80. Pakistan captain Babar played a key role in the team’s first World Cup win against India.

Babur is now also the number one batsman in the T20 rankings. He has hit four fifties in this tournament.

Sri Lanka’s Charith Asalanka is at number four. He has scored 231 runs in this T20 World Cup. He played an innings of 60 runs from 49 balls against Bangladesh.

South Africa’s Aiden Markram is at number five. The 26-year-old played three innings of 40 off 38 balls against Australia, 51 off 26 balls against the West Indies and 52 off 25 balls against England, but his side could not reach the semifinals after winning four matches and falling behind in net run rate.

Moin Ali is at number six, he has found a place in this team as a utility cricketer who plays a regular role at bat as well as with the ball.

He was also unbeaten in the semi-final against New Zealand with 51 off 36 balls. Moin Ali has taken wickets in almost every match, he did not give too many runs with the ball.

Sri Lanka’s rising all-rounder Vanindu Hasaranga, who is ranked No. 7, is fast becoming one of the most influential cricketers in world cricket.

He is number one in the T20 bowlers’ rankings. He has taken the highest wicket in this year’s T20 World Cup.

Three got place as bowlers. Adam Jampa, Josh Hazlewood, Trent Bolt and Anrikh Narkia. Hazlewood and Bolt – two of the best bowling figures in the final. Jampa was great throughout the tournament.

Eleven at a glance:

David Warner (Australia) – Batsman

Josh Butler (England) – Batsman

Babar Azam (Pakistan) – Batsman (captain)

Charith Asalanka – (Sri Lanka) – Batsman

Aiden Markram – (South Africa) – Batsman

Moin Ali- (England) – All-rounder

Wanindu Hasaranga- (Sri Lanka) – All-rounder

Adam Zampa (Australia) – Bowler

Josh Hazlewood (Australia) – Bowler

Trent Bolt – (New Zealand) – Bowler

Anrikh Narkia (South Africa) – Bowler

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