Bangladesh have said goodbye to the semifinals in the Champions Trophy. As a result, Tamim Iqbal, who finished in four matches in a match, Tamim can forget a bit, Tamim ICC announced today the names of the best XI of the Champions Trophy. Tamim has been named as the only cricketer in Bangladesh.
Not only the ICC’s chosen eleven, Tamim’s pride can be another reason. Michael Etherton, Sourav Ganguly, Ramiz Raja, Lawrence Booth (Secretary of Wisden Almanack), Julian Gayer (AFP’s cricket correspondent) and Geoff Allardice (general manager of ICC) were in charge of choosing this XI.
This selector has picked the best XI in their eyes. The importance of changing the situation of the match with statistics is given importance. That is why Rohit Sharma did not make the run after the second highest run of the tournament.
However, Tamim himself did not find a place in the opening. The highest run-getter, Shikhar Dhawan and the finisher of the final, Fakhar Zaman, have been given the responsibility to inaugurate the innings. To give Tamim three places, Kohli is going to get four. Then there is Joe Route. The only all-rounder in the team is Ben Stokes. Sarfaraz Ahmed is the wicketkeeper and captain in both roles.
Jury has put three pacer and one spinner in the bowling. Before the Adil Rashid, the responsibility of taking the ball is in Bhuvaneshwar Kumar, Junaid Khan and Hasan Ali. That means the selectors have chosen the best eleven of the tournament from the four semisists. New Zealand’s Kane Williamson has got a chance as the only Twenty20 player.