The International Cricket Council (ICC) has been named the most valued ICC Men’s T20 World Cup squad. After the first semifinal, this squad was in front of me. Two Pakistanis were included in the ‘Team of the Tournament’ in the T20 World Cup valued team.
After defeating Pakistan in the T20 world cup final on Sunday at Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia, England became the first team in international history to win both the 50-over and 20-over championships.
Aside from these two from India, two Pakistanis make the ‘Team of the Tournament,’ as do four from England, one from South Africa, one from Zimbabwe, and one from New Zealand.
T20 World Cup: Two Pakistanis make it to ‘Team of the Tournament
Shadab Khan – Pakistan
Pakistan’s all-rounder dominated the competition by scoring 98 runs with a strike rate of 168.96. Shadab controlled the team during the middle overs with an economy rate of 6.34 and 11 wickets at an average of 15.
Shaheen Shah Afridi – Pakistan
Pakistani pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi started the competition brilliantly after returning from a knee injury, but the loss in the championship match sent him back to the pavilion, where he was unable to bowl his final two overs.
By removing Alex Hales from the game in the first over of the final and Finn Allen from the semifinal match against New Zealand in the first over, Shaheen helped the squad when they most needed him.
Virat Kohli – India
The Indian player scored the most runs during the contest, leading to a noteworthy tournament. He scored 296 runs, averaging 98.66 runs per game. The top batsman defeated Pakistan in the Super 12 and scored 82 runs while hitting four fifty-scores.
Suryakumar Yadav – India
India’s Suryakumar Yadav, who scored 239 runs at a strike rate of 189.68, put up a spectacular display comparable to that of Virat Kohli.
Alex Hales – England
The opener for England made the XI thanks to two excellent innings, including an 86 against India in the semi-final. He rose to become the team’s second-leading scorer of runs. He had a strike rate of 147.22 and 212 runs scored at an average of 42.40.
Jos Buttler – England
The captain made a crucial contribution to the T20 championship success with two game-winning hits. He scored 73 against the Black Caps and 80 against India. He is also the top run scorer with 225 runs already scored at an average of 45 and a strike rate of 144.23.
Sam Curran – England
Englishmen Sam Curran received Player of the Match and Tournament honors in the championship game. He has 13 wickets and a 6.52 economy rate in the competition.
Mark Wood – England
England pacer Mark Wood was unable to participate in the semifinal and championship games because of an injury. However, he immediately made an impression on the tournament by eliminating skilled rivals while bowling at a pace of 150kph. Nine wickets were taken by the cricketer.
Glenn Phillips – New Zealand
Glenn Phillips, who scored a century during the contest, played a crucial role in helping his team advance to the semifinals. The batter had a 40.20 average, a 201 run total, a 158.26 strikeout-to-walk ratio, and other statistics.
Anrich Nortje – South Africa
Anrich Nortje of South Africa bowled fast during the Super 12 stage, which caused problems for the players. He has a 5.37 economy rate and 11 wickets to his name.