In his best XI from the T20 World Cup in 2022, Brett Lee omits any Australian players. As all-rounders, the former Australian pacer chose Shadab Khan and Hardik Pandya.
World Cup winner and former Australian bowler Brett Lee has selected his starting XI. For the just concluded T20 World Cup 2022. The renowned pacer’s squad, which also comprises two Pakistanis. One New Zealander, four English cricketers, and four players from India, does not have any Australian cricketers.
Notably, England won the tournament’s championship match against Pakistan. On November 13 at Melbourne Cricket Ground to take home the title. The captain of the English side, Jos Buttler, scored the most runs 225 and Alex Hales pounded out 212 runs to secure the team’s promising start. Both players are on the ICC tournament team and were pick by Lee as openers for his XI.
On Lee’s list was Sam Curran, who finish with 13 wickets from six innings and was award Player of the Tournament after winning the championship game. Adil Rashid, a talented English spinner who only got four wickets overall but was exceptional in the semifinal and championship match, was also a member of Lee’s XI.
There are no Australian cricketers in Brett Lee’s Best XI, but there are four Indian players.
However, the group as a whole showed some promising indications. India’s World Cup campaign ended in a crushing ten wicket loss to England in the second semifinal game. Virat Kohli scored 296 runs in six innings with the assist of four half centuries, while Surykumar Yadav scored 239 runs with the top strike rate in the league 189.68. Both sportsmen are among Lee’s starting five for the contest, as shown.
Lee also included talented bowler Arshdeep Singh and well known all arounder Hardik Pandya in his lineup. Arshdeep took 10 wickets, while Hardik contributed 128 runs and eight wickets. No player from India was pick for the ICC tournament team since the country was unable to get to the final.
Shadab Khan, an all around player, and Pakistani bowler Shaheen Afridi are both include in Star Lee’s best XI team. Each player took 11 wickets to assist Pakistan reach the championship. Glenn Phillips, a gifted New Zealand batsman who made 201 runs in five innings, including a 104 run performance against Sri Lanka, was also a member of Lee’s squad.