Australia’s explosive opener David Warner, Pakistan batsman Abid Ali and New Zealand pacer Tim Southee have been on Tuesday chosen for the ICC Men’s Player of the Year award for November.
West Indies all-rounder Haley Mathews together with Pakistan’s left-arm spinner Anam Amin and Bangladesh’s Nahida Akhtar are within the operating to win the ladies’s award, having been nominated for the second time.
The nominations for the month of November have been introduced on the idea of efficiency in all codecs together with matches of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in UAE and Oman.
An impartial ICC Voting Academy and followers all over the world can vote to determine the winners, which will probably be introduced subsequent week. Fans have been invited to solid their votes by Sunday.
Warner, who was the Player of the Tournament within the T20 World Cup, had a scintillating 49 within the semi-final in opposition to Pakistan and 53 within the remaining in opposition to New Zealand.
In 4 T20Is throughout this era, he scored 209 runs at a median of 69.66 and a strike charge of 151.44, proving to be a key determine as his group clinched their maiden ICC Men’s T20 World Cup trophy.
Pakistan opener Abid Ali was adjudged the Player of the Match after scores of 133 and 91 within the first match of their ICC World Test Championship (WTC) sequence in opposition to Bangladesh in Chittagong.
Soon after Southee excelled within the shortest format, he took eight wickets within the drawn opening Test of the WTC sequence in opposition to India at Kanpur.
He took seven wickets throughout his November matches within the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, serving to information his group to the summit conflict in Dubai. Between these two milestones, he took three extra T20I wickets in opposition to India in Ranchi.
Among the nominees for the ladies’s award, Bangladesh’s Nahida took 13 wickets in 4 ODIs at an economic system charge of two.22.
Anam of Pakistan took 13 ODI wickets in November at an economic system charge of three.00. She was the main wicket-taker within the ODI sequence in opposition to West Indies with 9 wickets adopted by 4 wickets in two matches through the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2021.
West Indies all-rounder Hayley Matthews, who was shortlisted in July alongside along with her captain Stafanie Taylor, gained her second nomination after some constant performances in 4 ODIs, through which she scored 141 runs and took 9 wickets at a median of 13.
With inputs from TheIndianEXPRESS