The best XI of the T20 World Cup in the eyes of BDCrictime
Bdcrictime choose Kane Williamson to lead its playing XI
Saif AL Imam ShotaEditor
After a long month of cricket , the 2021 edition of the T20 World Cup has finally come to an end. More than 150 cricketers from 16 teams took part in the seventh edition. There were some remarkable performances from a lot of players in this mega event. After some deliberation, BDCricTime have adjudged their best XI of the T20 World Cup 2021.
1) David Warner: David Warner has silenced his critics on the big stage after a horror show in the IPL 2021. Having got a chance to bat in 8 innings, he has scored 279 runs at an average of 47.18 He played a key role in helping Australia reach the final. Fifty in both of the last three matches of the tournament. He made 49 runs in the remaining match. Warner has been nominated as the best player of the tournament.
2) Jos Buttler (Wicketkeeper): BDCrictime have placed the responsibility of quick runs in the power play on the shoulders of English opener Jos Butler. The batsman has batted at a strike rate of 151 throughout the tournament He has made important contribution in the memorable World Cup mission of England He has scored 269 runs at an average of 90 in 6 innings with the bat The only century of the World Cup came from his bat. He was equally impressive behind the stumps as well, taking 4 catches and a stumping.
3) Babar Azam: Pakistan cricket team qualifies for the semifinals as the only undefeated team to win every match of Super Twelve. In this aggressive performance of Pakistan team, captain Babar Azam has led from the front with the bat. He scored 303 runs at an average of 60 in 6 matches and became the highest run-getter of this year's event. He has inevitably taken a place in the team of Bdcrictime However, instead of opening, Babar will bat at 3.
4) Kane Williamson (Captain): Bdcrictime have entrusted New Zealand captain Kane Williamson to lead the side and the middle order. Williamson has scored 216 runs in 7 matches this year He played an impeccable innings of 85 runs in the World Cup final This is the highest innings ever to come from a captain's bat in a T20 World Cup final.
6) Mitchell Marsh: Mitchell Marsh paved the way for Australia to win by playing an impeccable innings in the final against New Zealand. He was also selected as the Man of the Final The all-rounder was brilliant with bat and ball throughout the tournament. Therefore he cemented a place for himself in the T20 World Cup 2021 best XI of BDCrictime.
7) Moeen Ali: English all-rounder Moeen Ali has consistently shined in the T20 World Cup. Captain Eoin Morgan has always relied on him to keep the opponent's run rate at bay. He also reciprocated the captain's confidence by picking up wickets at crucial times His economy is only 5.75 throughout the whole event He also made important contribution with the bat when given the opportunity In the semi-finals, the English all rounder scored an important 51 runs off 37 balls.
8) Wanindu Hasaranga: Sri Lanka failed to shine as a team in the seventh edition of the T20 World Cup. However, Sri Lankan leg-spinning all-rounder Wanindu Hasaranga was brilliant with the ball. As a result, he holds the record for most wickets in a World Cup. He has taken 16 wickets with the ball in this year's event At the same time, the mentality of fighting with the bat in the danger of the team has given place to Hasaranga in the Bdcrictime XI.
9) Josh Hazlewood: Josh Hazlewood was never really a regular in T20I for Australia His only focus was on Test cricket. However, he got a place in the team for the seventh edition of the T20 World Cup. He displayed just how scary he can be in the smaller version. Hazlewood led the pace attack on Australia's World Cup winning mission, picking up 11 wickets.
10) Adam Zampa: Adam Zampa played a total of seven matches in the seventh edition. He has given more than 24 runs in just two matches. In the remaining five matches, his economy was below six All in all, the economy is so enviable. He took 13 wickets in 6 matches with 5.69 runs per over. Adam Zampa was also frugal in the important final match. He gave only 26 runs in the allotted four overs. Picked up the wicket of experienced Martin Guptill.
11) Trent Boult: Kiwi speed star Trent Boult showcased his entire experience in the seventh season. He led the team's bowling attack throughout the tournament Williamson relied on Trent Boult to take a wicket early in the innings or to stop the last run of the innings. He has rewarded that confidence by taking 13 wickets in 6 matches Tied with Adam Zampa, he is at number 2 in the list of top wicket takers