Aussie star snubbed as Indians dominate BCCI, oops, ICC World Cup staff of the event

Australia’s World Cup hero Travis Head has been snubbed from the ICC’s staff of the event as vanquished hosts India had six of the 11 gamers chosen.

Head missed out on a spot within the ICC XI regardless of writing himself into folklore by smashing a basic 137 to propel Australia to their sixth ODI World Cup crown.

The South Australian missed the primary half of the event with a fractured hand however exploded with a century in his first recreation in opposition to New Zealand.

In Head’s six matches, he scored 329 runs at 54.83, however stood up when it mattered most to be named participant of the match in Australia’s semi-final and remaining victory.

India, led by participant of the event Virat Kohli, had three batters within the top-five, with Rohit Sharma named captain.

KL Rahul, who scored 452 runs at 75 with one ton, one way or the other bought the nod for a spot forward of New Zealand younger gun Rachin Ravindra, who was fourth on the run-scorers checklist with 578 at 64.22 together with three centuries.

The one Australians chosen had been Glenn Maxwell, who smashed two basic centuries, together with an iconic unbeaten 201 in a successful chase in opposition to Afghanistan, and Adam Zampa, who like his staff, began slowly however ended up with 23 wickets throughout 11 video games – probably the most ever by a spinner in a males’s ODI World Cup.

Star Indian fast Mohammed Shami, who had restricted impression within the remaining defeat to Australia, was chosen at No.11 regardless of lacking the primary 4 matches.

ICC staff of the lads’s World Cup

1. Quinton de Kock (South Africa)
2. Rohit Sharma (capt) (India)
3. Virat Kohli (India)
4. Daryl Mitchell (New Zealand)
5. KL Rahul (India)
6. Glenn Maxwell (Australia)
7. Ravindra Jadeja (India)
8. Jasprit Bumrah (India)
9. Dilshan Madushanka (Sri Lanka)
10. Adam Zampa (Australia)
11. Mohammed Shami (India)
twelfth: Gerald Coetzee (South Africa)

with AAP


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