England clinched the ICC Males’s T20 World Cup 2022 after defeating Pakistan within the closing on the Melbourne Cricket Floor (MCG) on November 13. The Jos Buttler-led aspect grew to become the second crew after West Indies to win the T20 World Cup title twice.
On Sunday, former Australian World Cup-winning bowler Brett Lee picked his finest XI from the recently-concluded T20 World Cup. The legendary pacer has named a crew that features 4 England gamers, two Pakistanis, one New Zealander and 4 Indian cricketers; surprisingly, no Australian options in his finest XI.
Sam Curran, Alex Hales, Adil Rashid and Buttler have been simply 4 of the most effective English gamers on the T20 World Cup 2022, the place they guided their crew to victory on a number of events.
Nearly half of the whole deliveries that ‘Participant of the Match’ Curran bowled have been on the demise (64 out of his 136 balls have been bowled between overs 17 and 20). England’s captain trusted the teenager to do a tough job, and he greater than justified his religion in him, returning with spectacular figures of three for 12 within the summit conflict towards Pakistan. Additionally, Curran’s 5 for ten towards Afghanistan within the Tremendous 12 stage have been the most effective bowling figures of the event.
Among the many Indians, Lee included Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, Arshdeep Singh and Hardik Pandya. Kohli completed the marketing campaign as the best run-scorer with 296 runs from six matches at an impressive common of 98.66, together with 4 half-centuries.
Left-arm quick bowler Shaheen Afridi and all-rounder Shadab Khan have been the 2 Pakistanis in Lee’s finest XI. They took 11 wickets apiece and guided their aspect to the ultimate.
Versatile batter Glenn Phillips, who smashed 201 runs in 5 innings, together with a 104-run knock towards Sri Lanka, was the one New Zealander within the Aussie legend’s crew.
Brett Lee’s finest XI from T20 World Cup 2022:
Alex Hales, Jos Buttler, Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, Glenn Phillips, Hardik Pandya, Shadab Khan, Sam Curran, Shaheen Afridi, Arshdeep Singh, Adil Rashid.