ICC names nominees for Women’s ODI Player of the Year 2021
CRICDOT DESK : As announced by the ICC, Tammy Beaumont of England, Riselley of South Africa, Hayley Matthews of the West Indies and Fatima Sana of Pakistan are the four candidates for the best ODI players of the year in 2021. Beaumont, Lee and Matthews are in the opening round. Sana is a young all-rounder who debuted in May 2019.
Beaumont completed 503 runs in 11 games in 2021, averaging 62.87 including the 1st and 4th centuries. She was the second highest female lance scorer in ODI in 2021, alongside India’s Mithali Raj. She started her year with 71 runs against New Zealand in February and helped England win the game. Beaumont continued to record three and a half centuries in the next three innings. Her best result was her final inning with New Zealand this year, where she scored 102 runs, lost 5 wickets in 50 overs and won the Best Player Award, giving her a total of 347 runs in England. Led to.
Haley performed 380 runs with an average of 29.23 of 14 ODIs, of which a century and a half. She also took 18 wickets with an average of 22.44 and an economy of 3.33. Haley made 168 runs against Pakistan earlier that year and chose seven wickets. For her achievements in her, she won a series award player. She couldn’t work well against South Africa because she got only 71 runs and won 2 wickets. Haley returned to her best when the West Indies made 132 runs and she traveled to Pakistan when she chose 7 wickets. Your achievements have helped the West Indies dominate Pakistan.
Lee was the top run scorer in ODI that year. She achieved 632 runs in 11 games, averaging 90.28, hits 79, and includes the 1st and 5th and a half centuries. She earned single digit points only twice this year. She achieved the highest score of 132 * against India in March 2021 when South Africa toured India, which won 41 points. Lee finished the 2021 ODI Series Best Run Scorer against the West Indies in four games.
Sana is a 20-year-old all-rounder who has played 15 ODIs in Pakistan. She only played two ODIs in Pakistan in 2019, before this year. In 2021, she made 132 runs with 75 strike rates, averaging 24.90, 5.61 economy and 20 wickets with 26.6 strike rates. Sana was a net bowler when the West Indies traveled to Pakistan in 2019, and in 2021 she launched a Pakistani bowling attack on the West Indies.