ICC World Test Championship concluded with New Zealand emerging as the undisputed winners of the tournament. The Kane Williamson-led side defeated India by 8 wickets in the final of the tournament. A deadly pace attack from New Zealand bowlers shattered the Indian batting order, restricting them to just 217 and 170 in both innings.
Later, Kane Williamson (52*) smashed an unbeaten fifty with Ross Taylor’s unbeaten 47* to chase the 139-run target in the 2nd innings. With 7 wickets for 61 runs, Kyle Jamieson was awarded player of the match.
9 teams were part of the ICC World Test Championship, a tournament that witnessed many bilateral Test series over the course of 2 years. Eventually, India and New Zealand qualified for the final after stealing the top two spots in the points table. There were many batsmen who mustered a lot of runs for their respective teams during the tournament. Here we take a glance at team-wise highest run-scorers in ICC World Test Championship.
ICC World Test Championship: Team-Wise Highest Run-Scorer In The Tournament
Bangladesh- Mominul Haque
Mominul Haque emerged as the top run-getter for Bangladesh in ICC World Test Championship. The left-handed batsman scored 534 runs in the 14 innings he played. The Bangladesh skipper had a batting average of 41.07 during the tournament. The middle-order batsman also smashed 2 centuries with the highest knock of 127.
Talking about Bangladesh, the team finished on the last spot in the tournament. Out of 7 Tests, Bangladesh lost 6 matches while 1 ended in a draw. The Mominul Haque-led side had the least (Point of Percentage) PCT of 4.8 in the points table.