Last Update on: December 24th, 2019 at 03:18 pm
Best ODI XI Of The Year 2019: 2019 has produced some scintillating matches throughout the year to keep the audiences tight-seated on their chair till the last ball. On top of that, the ICC World Cup 2019 in England proved to be the perfect dish for the fans to celebrate the festival. The cricketers all across the globe took their game to the peak to perform for their respective teams and entertained the fans.
From Rohit Sharma hitting five centuries in the World Cup to Shakib Al Hasan registering a double of 600 runs and ten wickets in the competition; the cricketing world has witnessed many firsts. Many other cricketers have also performed to their very best to bring laurels to their side and in return earning praise from all spheres. As the year comes to an end, we will look to recollect the top performers throughout the year.
We at Cricket Addictor will take a look at the best ODI XI of the year:
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The swashbuckling opener from India, Rohit Sharma has had a phenomenal year with the bat. From scoring five centuries in the ICC World Cup in England to leading India’s batting from the front consistently throughout the year, this is one of the best years of Rohit’s international career.
He has accumulated 1490 runs from 28 ODIs at an average of 57.30 including seven centuries and six fifties which is also the highest among batters in 2019. Rohit has scored runs all across the globe and finished the year at the No 2 spot in the ICC ODI Rankings for batsmen. He also ended on a good note helping India win the series over West Indies in the recently concluded series.
Rohit Sharma thanked the fans and family members for their immense supports and longed for another great year in 2020. With his eye-catching performances in 2019, Rohit will easily make into the best ODI XI of the year.
What a way to finish the year. I’ll take most of that year what we did as a team and personally too. Thankful to all fans of the game for getting behind the team and supporting. Now time to get ready for the next set of duties 😁
— Rohit Sharma (@ImRo45) December 23, 2019