ICC World Cup 2019: England Players’ Rating
England was able to make the final of the tournament after a gap of 27 years. The hosts were overwhelming favourites for the tournament and they were able to go all the way to the final. England won six out of the nine matches in the league stage to finish at the third position in the point table. We take a look at England Players’ rating.
In fact, England had veered off the track when they lost their league stage match against Sri Lanka. However, they were able to pull up their socks in the last two league matches against India and New Zealand to qualify for the semifinal. Furthermore, they were able to thrash their arch-rivals Australia convincingly by eight wickets in the semifinal.
England clinched their maiden title as they defeated New Zealand in the final.
Here is the England players’ rating:
Jason Roy: 9/10
The England opener Jason Roy continued his good form in the showpiece event. Roy was able to hit the ground running and played his game in attacking manner. The right-hander scored 443 runs in the seven innings at an average of 63.29. and a strike rate of 115.36. The England opening batsman scored four fifties and one century in the World Cup. Furthermore, he played a brilliant knock of 85 runs from only 65 balls in the all-important semifinal against Australia. Roy also scored a superb inning of 153 runs against Bangladesh.