ICC Announce World Cup 2019 team of the tournament
ICC selected World Cup XI: Rohit and Bumrah just from India, No Pakistani included
After becoming England’s world champion, the International Cricket Council (ICC) chose his World Cup XI on Monday. Only two players (Rohit Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah) have been named from Team India, while captain Virat Kohli is not named. This is not the list of the highest scorers in the World Cup.
After becoming England’s world champion, the International Cricket Council (ICC) chose his World Cup XI on Monday. Only two players (Rohit Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah) have been named from Team India, while captain Virat Kohli is not named. Not only this, the name of David Warner, who is second in the list of the most runs in the World Cup, is also missing. The ICC World Twenty20 has the highest 4 players in England, while New Zealand and Australia are 2-2. Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh has also been able to make the place in the team. Trent Boult, who took 17 wickets for New Zealand in this World Cup, will be the 12th player of the team. Boult is at seventh in the list of most wicket-takers. He is his team’s second highest wicket-taker. The first number is Lockie Ferguson. Ferguson has taken 21 wickets.
In this World Cup, only three batsmen could score more than 600 runs. The ICC has not only selected Warner for these. If you talk about putting the most hundreds, then Warner is second. Rohit at number one, who has scored 5 centuries Warner has scored 3 centuries. Shakib, Ken Williamson, Joe Root, Johnny Bairstow, and Aaron Finch have also scored 2-2 centuries. However, the ICC has not considered Warner, Bairstow, and Finch among them being selected in the team.
Rohit Sharma, Jason Roy, Joe Root and Kane Williamson as the batsmen have been included in the team. Shakib Al Hasan and Ben Stokes are all-rounders. Mitchell Starc, Jasprit Bumrah, Lockie Ferguson and Joefra Archer will be the commanding bowlers. For the role of wicketkeeper, the ICC has trusted Alex Kerry.
The team is Rohit Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah (both India), Jason Roy, Joe Root, Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer (all England), Ken Williamson and Lockie Ferguson (both New Zealand), Alex Kerry and Mitchell Starc (both Australia) And Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh). 12th player: Trent Boult (New Zealand)