ICC World Cup 2019: The Best XI Of The Tournament
The world-class players were able to deliver the goods at the big stage of the game. There were some fine performances throughout the tournament by the global players. The batters were able to hit the ground running whereas the bowlers came up with good performances. Australia, India, New Zealand and England were able to make it to the semifinals. We try to compose the best XI of the World Cup.
Subsequently, New Zealand defeated India in the first semifinal to make their way into the second consecutive final of the World Cup. On the other hand, England was able to make their way into the final of the World Cup after a gap of 27 years.
It was England who clinched the title for the maiden after the match and Super Over was tied. England scored 26 boundaries whereas New Zealand scored 17 boundaries. Thus, England were the winners.
Here is the Best XI of the 2019 World Cup:
India’s right-hander, Rohit Sharma was in sublime form in the tournament. The Indian vice-captain was able to give a solid start to his team and batted at the top of his game. The talisman scored 648 runs at an average of 81 and strike rate of 98.33 in the eight matches. In fact, Rohit Sharma also became the second batsman after Kumar Sangakkara to score four centuries in a single World Cup edition. Rohit Sharma also scored one fifty in the tourney. The linchpin batsman became the fourth batsman to more than 600 runs in the tournament.
Furthermore, Rohit Sharma has also become the first batsman to score five centuries in a single edition of the World Cup. Sharma was the leading run-scorer of the World Cup.