Pakistani batsmen Babar Azam and Fahar zaman were nominated for the ICC Player of the Month award for Wednesday on Wednesday after their incredible performance in the limited series against South Africa.
On Wednesday, the ICC announced the nominees to recognize the best performances by both men and women in cricket in all forms of international cricket, and for the first time, there are no Indians on the list.
In addition to the duo in Pakistan, Nepal batsman Hushal Burtel was the other player nominated in the men’s category, the ICC said in a press release.
The women’s cricket nominees are Australian duo Alice Healy and Megan Shut and New Zealander Lee Casperek. Last month, Pakistan captain Babar became No. 1 in the ranking for fighters in the ICC ODI Player Rankings, graduating as captain of India They grow kohlilong reigned at the top of the charts.
Bab’s 82-point, 94-point shot in the third ODI against South Africa helped him score 13 points to reach the top 865 points of his career.
He also contributed 122 of 59 balls in the successful pursuit of Pakistan in the third match of the T20I series against the same opposition.
His compatriot Fahar also made stellar performances during the month, marking two centuries in the ODI series victory over South Africa, including the magnificent 193 in the second match in Johannesburg.
Nepal’s Hushal, on the other hand, was the top scorer as his team won three series, including the Netherlands and Malaysia.
His significant contribution with the bat amounted to 278 tracks, including four and a half centuries in five games.
In women’s cricket, Alice played three ODIs against New Zealand, scoring 155 runs at an average of 51.66 and a hit rate of 98.72.
Her efforts ended as a top scorer in Australia’s series victory over New Zealand, which extended their record-breaking streak to 24 ODI. Her teammate Megan became the leading Australian in the same series, taking seven wickets averaging 13.14.
New Zealand’s Lee played two ODIs against Australia, scoring the best of six of their careers in 46 in the second game of the series, followed by three more wickets in the final, finishing with nine wickets averaging 7.77.