Gamers from champion Australia, runners-up New Zealand, semi-finalists England and Pakistan are additionally within the star-studded line-up.

No Indian cricketer has been named within the ICC’s T20 World Cup ‘Group of the Event’, which incorporates gamers from six totally different international locations, together with Sri Lanka and South Africa, and Pakistan’s Babur Azam has been named captain of the staff.

India have been knocked out of the group stage after being defeated by Pakistan and New Zealand earlier than profitable three imprecise video games in opposition to Afghanistan, Scotland and Namibia.

The jury members didn’t contemplate any of the Indian gamers to be eligible whereas South Africa’s Aiden Markram and Enrique Nortje and Sri Lanka’s Charith Aslanka and Vanindu Hasaranga have been the groups whose groups didn’t qualify for the semifinals however for the ICC staff. .

Star gamers from champion Australia, runners-up New Zealand, semi-finalists England and Pakistan are additionally within the star-studded line-up.

Opening batsman and ‘Participant of the Event’ David Warner, leg-spinner Adam Zampa and seamer Josh Hazlewood all made cuts for Australia after serving to their staff to their first T20 World Cup title.

Along with England’s Jose Butler as wicketkeeper and New Zealand’s left-hander Trent Bolt, Pakistan’s Babur as captain and Sri Lankan star Hasaranga, the main wicket-taker of the match, additionally had a spot within the line-up.

Former West Indies quick bowler Ian Bishop, one of many members of the jury, mentioned: “Like several staff, there can be totally different opinions, and there can be a robust dialogue on the ultimate composition of the staff.

“The panel respects that, and we encourage sturdy dialogue that may comply with. It was extremely troublesome to pick this staff in such a extremely aggressive match. The alternatives have been based on the Tremendous 12 entrance last.”

Group

David Warner (Australia), Jose Butler (wk) (England), Babur Azam (Captain, Pakistan), Charith Aslanka (Sri Lanka), Aiden Markram (South Africa), Moin Ali (England), Vanindu Hasaranga (Sri Lanka), Adam Zampa (Australia), Josh Hazlewood (Australia), Trent Bolt (New Zealand), Enrique Nortje (South Africa), twelfth: Shaheen Afridi (Pakistan).

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