The team for Cricket Australia will be chosen for the T20 World Cup in 2022. The list is dominated by players from India, Pakistan, and England. But a surprise selection makes it into the squad of the competition.
England defeated Pakistan on Sunday, November 13 at the MCG. In a low-scoring match to win the 2022 T20 World Cup. Many exciting matches were played throughout the recently finished competition. And some players rose to the situation and produced winning performances for their teams. Cricket.com.au has presented its best XI of the tournament. featuring a surprising inclusion. While the ICC picked the official team of the tournament in the wake of England’s victory.
From England, Alex Hales
Alex Hales has had a wild three years. Going from missing the 2019 World Cup under controversal circumstances to winning the T20 championship. He was a last-minute addition to the lineup when Jonny Bairstow’s tragic injury forced. The powerful batter out of the competition.
From England, Jos Buttler
Jos Buttler, who replaced the recently retiring Eoin Morgan as England’s white-ball skipper. Joins his opening partner on this list since he has been an essential member of the team. Buttler himself wouldn’t have foreseen his team’s victory after their team dropped the first two white-ball home series. But the wicketkeeper-batter led his team admirably, winning a second T20 championship.
From India, Virat Kohli
In the recently end competition. Virat Kohli’s fondness for Australian grounds was further as the Indian batting star finish. As the competition’s top run-getter with 296 runs and four half-centuries to his credit. The season began with a stunning 82* against Pakistan at the MCG. And he then continued to score runs for pleasure.
T20 World Cup campaign suffered a typical fate
From India, Suryakumar Yadav
Suryakumar Yadav, the top T20I hitter in the world, is maybe the most exciting player on the planet right now. His stunning performance in the 2022 T20 World Cup attracted similarities to South Africa’s legendary batsman AB de Villiers. He had an astounding strike rate of 189.68 while scoring 239 runs for the Men in Blue.
From New Zealand, Glenn Phillips
After a disappointing effort against Pakistan caused them to lose in the semifinals of the competition. New Zealand flattered to deceive at yet another ICC tournament. Glenn Phillips, who shown his power-hitting prowess. By hammering a sparkling ton against Sri Lanka, has emerged as their new star, though.
From Zimbabwe, Sikandar Raza
Sikandar Raza of Zimbabwe, a guy for all situations. Furthered his status as a white-ball standout in the T20 World Cup. He made a significant contribution to his team’s prospects with 219 runs in eight games and 10 bowling strikes.
From Pakistan, Shadab Khan
Through a combination of good fortune and outstanding bowling efforts. The Men in Green were able to advance to the tournament’s championship game. Despite the fact that Pakistan’s pacers typically receive the praise. Their standout spinner Shadab Khan was one of the competition’s most reliable performers. In the course of the tournament, Shadab took 11 wickets and also made a few useful cameos with the bat.
From England, Sam Curran
He must be in this room, right? Sam Curran, this year’s winner of the award, was England’s go-to player when it came to possession of the ball. Although he was proficient with the new ball. England’s success in the finals was largely due to his death bowling performances. He also won player of the match honors for his 3/12 in the famous MCG conclusion.
From Bangladesh, Mustafizur Rahman
This one came as a complete surprise. Despite having a meager World Cup haul of just three wickets. Bangladesh’s Mustafizur Rahman is including in Australian Cricket’s squad of the tournament. With an economy rate of 5.60, the talented left-arm pacer was one of the tournament’s most frugal bowlers.
From Pakistan, Shaheen Shah Afridi
Shaheen Afridi of Pakistan reach his best for the Men in Green at the ideal time, as his dangerous ball-handling displays in games that were on the line propell Pakistan to the championship game. Sadly, the bowler was unable to increase his total of 11 wickets after hobbling out in the championship match against England.
From South Africa, Anrich Nortje
Despite being one of the tournament favorites, South Africa’s T20 World Cup campaign suffered a typical fate as they were unable to advance to the knockout round of the competition. Anrich Nortje, though, had a standout campaign, destroying the hitters with his lightning speed and claiming 11 wickets. He also has the best economy rate in the competition among bowlers who have bowled more than 15 overs.