Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah included in the ICC’s Team Tournament

London: Captain of New Zealand Kane Williamson was named captain of the ICC’s 2019 Men’s Cricket Team for Men, which included two players from the Indian Detachment.
The recently crowned world champions England are the most prevalent with four selections in XI, while the second-placed Black Caps have two in the team, named by the panel that chose the ICC for the honor of the players who played well on the tournament.
Other representatives come from semi-finals of India and Australia, who have two, while Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan rounds the team.
The former were selected by former internationals and commentators Ian Bishop, Ian Smith and Isa Guha, along with cricket writer Lawrence Booth, while ICC Cricket Director Geoff Allardice was the fifth member and committee convenor.
Jason Roy gets a climber at the top of his command for his tonic brilliance for England who saw he overcame injury during the tournament to help his side win the title.
Roy had five points out of more than 50 in seven innings during the tournament, including one massive tone against Bangladesh in Cardiff, and also made a throw from the field that tied Super Over and gave England the glory.
In addition to Roy, the opening is also the Indian Rohit Sharma. One of the easier selections in this XI, given that the Indian star was the best shooter of the tournament and broke the record five centuries.
Williamson comes in 3rd position and will be captain on the side.
The Black Caps Star achieved more runs than any Captain at the World Cup and led their flame side from start to finish.
Joe Root will enter the 4th place for this team after the World Cup finishing as the top scorer in England, fifth in the overall tournament rank, tone against Pakistan and West India and three half centuries.
Shakib Al Hasan scored goals in the 3rd position for Bangladesh this summer, but most of his career came in 5th place and appears in this team.
Shakib had a pretty great tournament, on average 87 with a bat from two centuries and five and a half centuries, yet he managed to get in with 11 wickets, as well as with his left hand.
Ben Stokes collector is also a cast iron cast – his heroine in the final was a fairy tale, but also a picture of consistency during the tournament for England.
Behind the hedge, Alex Carey played 20 cancellations of this tournament, only Kiwi Tom Latham managed more, while the Australian also passed 375 runs on an average north of the 60’s.
With Carey and his compatriot, and the best 27-year old tournament, Mitchell Starc.
Jofra Archer – the Super Over hero in the final and appeared in his first World Cup – claimed 20 wickets with an impressive economic rate of 4.57 to earn his place.
Lockie Ferguson in New Zealand finished second in caricatures with 21, including three in the finals, as well as a stunning catch, with less than five runs.
The last but not the least, Jasprit Bumrah, the world’s No1 ODI hunter who had filled up that 18-wicket record before that, while still going for only 4.41.
The World Cup Cricket Team for Men ICC 2019 (in the order of hitting) is:
Jason Roy (England) – 443 at 63.28
Rohit Sharma (India) – 648 at 81.00
Kane Williamson (c) (New Zealand) – 578 runs at 82.57
Joe Root (England) – 556 at 61.77
Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh) – 606 at 86.57, 11 wickets at 36.27
Ben Stokes (England) – 465 at 66.42, seven at 35.14
Alex Carey (wk) (Australia) – 375 at 62.50, 20 cancellations
Mitchell Starc (Australia) – 27 wickets at 18.59
Jofra Archer (England) – 20 vikets at 23.05
Lockie Ferguson (New Zealand) – 21 wickets at 19.47
Jasprit Bumrah (India) – 18 wickets at 20.61

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