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Warner, Abid Ali, Southee selected for ICC’s player of the month nominee

Warner, Abid Ali, Southee selected for ICC's player of the month nominee

CRICDOT DESK : On Tuesday, ICC’s best player of the month nominee were selected from the explosive Australian opener David Warner, Pakistani batter Abid Ali, and New Zealand’s speedy bowler Tim Southee. Pakistan’s Anamuamine and Bangladesh’s Nahida actors, four444 left-handed spinners, are running to win the Women’s Award, along with West Indies all-rounder Hayley Matthews, who has been nominated for the second time.

The November nominations were introduced primarily based on performance on all codecs. For example, the suits of the ICC-T20 Men’s World Cup held in the United Arab Emirates and Oman. ICC cancels Women’s World Cup qualifiers after the release of the new COVID 19 variant Fair ICC Voting Academy and industry-wide enthusiasts can vote to determine the winner. This will be announced next week.

Fans are invited to collect votes until Sunday. Chosen as a tournament player at the T20 World Cup, Warner performed brilliantly 49 times in the semi-finals against Pakistan and 53 times in the finals against New Zealand. With four T20Is over the entire period, he scored 209 runs with a median of 69,66 and a strike price of 151.44. This proved to be an important parent when his crew won the first ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Trophy.

Pakistan’s opening player, Abido Ali, was selected as a player in the game after receiving 133 and 91 ratings for the first healthy in the ICC World Test Championship (WTC) collection for Bangladesh in Chittagong. The
Saudi won eight wickets in the first drawing test of the WTC collection heading to India in Kanpur shortly after being excellent in the shortest format.

He took seven wickets during the November suit at the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup to support the crew during the summit conflict in Dubai. Among those milestones, he took three more T20I wickets for India at luncheon. Among the candidates for theWomen’s Award, Bangladesh’s Nahida stole 13 wickets with four ODIs at a system price of 2.22.

Pakistan’s Anam dropped 13 ODI scalps in November at a system price of 3.00. She became the most important wicket player in the ODI collection in the direction of the West Indies with 9 wickets, accompanied by 4 wickets in
suits during the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup Qualifying 2021.

West Indies All-rounder Hayley Matthews, shortlisted with captain Stafanie Taylor in July, performed consistently in four ODIs, scoring 141 runs and scoring 9 wickets with a median of 13. After that, I won the second nomination.

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