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Salma Khatun in ICC’s most valuable XI of CWC


CRICDOT DESK : The ICC Women’s ODI World Cup ended yesterday with Australia’s seventh World Cup win. This is the first time Bangladesh has participated in this tournament. The ICC has announced the most valuable XI of the tournament at the end of the World Cup. Salma Khatun from Bangladesh got a place there.

The team was selected by an ICC panel headed by Chris Tetli. Also on the panel were commentators Lisa Stelker, Nasser Hussein and Natalie Garmanos, and journalists Alok Gupta and Christy Howell.

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Mag Lenning, who won the title for the 2022 ODI World Cup, has been named the captain of this valuable XI of Australia. No cricketer from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka or New Zealand has a place in this XI. However, Salma Khatun of Bangladesh has entered the valuable XI by taking 10 wickets in the tournament.

Precious World Cup XI at a glance

1) Laura Wolvert (South Africa)

2) Alyssa Healy (Wicketkeeper) (Australia)

3) Mag Lanning (captain) (Australia)

4) Rachel Haynes (Australia)

5) Net Skyver (England)

6) Beth Mooney (Australia)

6) Haley Mathews (West Indies)

6) Marijan Cap (South Africa)

9) Sophie Exleston (England)

10) Shabnim Ismail (South Africa)

11) Salma Khatun (Bangladesh)

Twelfth Player: Charlie Dean (England)

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