T20 World Cup: There Is No T20 Team Without Kohli, Babar, Netizens Are Criticizing The Selection Of ‘Team Of The Tournament: The short cup battle has begun. As part of the T20 World Cup, all the major teams are preparing for the battle in the Super 12 stage. As a part of this, the players are practicing hard batting and bowling in the nets. Meanwhile, the Australian sports website ‘Foxsports.com.au’ has selected the best players from various teams and made it the T20 World Cup Team of the Tournament. It is noteworthy that former Indian captain Virat Kohli, Pakistan captain Babar Azam and Aussie bowling trio Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins, and Josh Hazlewood did not get a place in this team. And now let’s know what that team is.
Australian-based sports website ‘Foxsports.com.au’ lists the best players of various teams.
Team of the Tournament
Josh Buttler (England)
Jos Buttler, who ruled the T20 World Cup in UAE last year, will once again show his glory on the bouncy pitches of Australia. Earlier, Jos Buttler scored an impressive half-century in the opening match of the T20 series against the Aussies. Also, in the next match, he exploded with his excellent batting. If this form continues. Buttler will be difficult to stop.
David Warner (Australia)
Warner, who was the ‘Player of the Tournament in last year’s T20 World Cup, gave the Aussies their first T20 World Cup title. If Warner plays his part as an opener, the Kangaroos team is sure to be in the top 4.
Suryakumar Yadav (India)
The sky is the limit since he entered the national team. Three half-centuries in four T20Is. Fifty in the warm-up match against the Aussies…Despite playing fewer T20 matches. Suryakumar Yadav has got a place in the top 10 in the ranking. Sky Pataka. Team India’s bumper hite.
Devon Conway (New Zealand)
Left-handed batsman Devon Conway has been in excellent form over the last two years. Moreover, in T20s with an average of more than 50.. he poured a flood of runs on both bouncy and spin pitches.
Hardik Pandya (India)
Not only the best all-rounder for Team India. Hardik Pandya is also a match-winner. Due to his understanding of Australian conditions, he can excel in all departments.
Liam Livingstone (England)
The English all-rounder has a thorough understanding of Aussie conditions. That is a big asset for England. Also, his spin bowling cannot be underestimated.
Marcus Stoinis (Australia)
Stoinis was one of the star players who led the Aussies to the title in the last World Cup. Looked in good touch against England in the T20 series.
Kagiso Rabada (South Africa)
Kagiso Rabada excels on bouncy pitches. Rabada, who is a key player in the safaris, is prepared for the Australian conditions.
Adam Zampa (Australia)
Zampa has the ability to bowl under pressure. He helps the team by taking wickets in the middle overs.
Trent Boult (New Zealand)
Boult is a left-handed player. He has the ability to swing the ball fast. He is extremely dangerous in Australian conditions.
Rashid Khan (Afghanistan)
After the firework in the Big Bash, Rashid Khan is all set to create waves in the World Cup with his wrist spin. Also, as an all-rounder, he will do wonders in batting when the team needs him.
Meanwhile, fans are criticizing this team in the tournament. There is no T20 team without Virat Kohli and Babar Azam. Even though both of them are not in the right form, it is said that these giants will definitely support the team when it is in trouble.