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Best Test XI Of The Year 2019: Yet again the fans of cricket has witnessed a brilliant season in 2019. Starting with India’s tour to Australia, followed by the Indian Premier League, ICC World Cup 2019 and then the Ashes Trophy 2019, and the brilliant home series’ victories for India and Australia in Test formats of the game. A lot of cricket was played in the year 2019, and we came across quite a few exceptional performances from the players.

While a few had a tough time in the middle, a few players continued their glorious form with the bat. There are a few players, who made an excellent comeback in this year while a few cricketers etched their name in the record books with stunning performances. Regarding the same, we have brought you the Best Test XI of the year 2019. Have a look:

Best Test XI Of The Year 2019:

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1. Mayank Agarwal:

Mayank Agarwal, Best Test XI Of The Year
Mayank Agarwal. Credit: BCCI

His fantastic form was rewarded by the selectors when he was chosen in the Test squad to tour West Indies in September 2018. Though he didn’t get to play in that series. Opportunity knocked once again for the Karnataka opener a few months later when Prithvi Shaw was ruled out due to an injury and Agarwal was called in as a replacement for the Australian tour.

He delivered straightaway for the team with excellent performances facing the likes of Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Nathan Lyon. After a quiet West Indies tour, he was back to his indomitable best in the home series against South Africa and Bangladesh.

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The opener racked up 340 runs – which included a century and a double ton – in the three Tests and was also the second leading run-scorer for India in the series. In total, he scored 754 runs in 8 matches at an average of 68. Mayank Agarwal also registered three centuries and two fifties.

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