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Miraz in best ODI XI of 2022 of ICC

25 January 2023
Miraz in best ODI XI of 2022 of ICC


Sports Reporter :
Bangladesh all-rounder Mehidy Hasan Miraz has taken the position in the best ODI XI of 2022 of International Cricket Council (ICC).
Miraz played 15 One Day International (ODI) matches in the year of 2022. He captured 24 wickets with an average of 28.20. He played 10 innings in 2022. He scored 330 runs. He had one century and one half-century with an average of 66.
Miraz was the only cricketer of Bangladesh who has got position in the best ODI XI in this year.
Earlier, Shakib Al Hasan, Mustafizur Rahman and Mushfiqur Rahim have taken their position in the best ODI XI of 2021.
Babar Azam of Pakistan has been named the Captain of best ODI XI of 2022. He is also the opener of the ODI XI. Babar played nine matches. He scored 679 runs with an average of 84.87. He had five half-centuries in that year.
Travis Head of Australia has been named the other opener of best ODI XI of 2022. Head scored 550 runs playing nine matches. He scored two centuries and three half-centuries.
Shai Hope of West Indies has been taken place as the one-down batter.
Sikandar Raza of Zimbabwe has been named in the ODI XI.
Shreyas Iyer and Mohammed Siraj of India have been taken place in the ICC ODI XI of 2022.
The cricketers, who have got chances in the ICC ODI XI 2022,  are: Babar Azam (Captain), Travis Head, Shai Hope, Sreyas Iyer, Tom Latham (Wicketkeeper), Sikandar Raza, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Alzarri Joseph, Mohammed Siraj, Trent Boult and Adam Zampa.

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