ICC men’s ODI team of the year: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has selected the ODI Team of the Year for the year 2022. Indian captain Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli have not got a place in this 11-member ICC team. The ICC has given the captaincy of its team in the hands of Pakistani Captain Babar Azam.
Only two Indian players have got place in this ODI team of ICC. This player is middle order batsman Shreyas Iyer and fast bowler Mohammad Siraj. New Zealand’s Tom Latham has got a place in this team as a wicketkeeper, who is also handling the captaincy in the Indian series.
ICC ODI Team of the Year for 2022
1. Babar Azam (Captain), Pakistan
2. Travis Head – Australia
3. Shai Hope – West Indies
4. Shreyas Iyer – India
5. Tom Latham (wicketkeeper) – New Zealand
6. Sikandar Raza – Zimbabwe
7. Mehdi Hasan Miraj – Bangladesh
8. Alzarri Joseph – West Indies
9. Mohammad Siraj – India
10. Trent Boult – New Zealand
11. Adam Zampa – Australia
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Shreyas was hero last year, flop this year
The last year i.e. 2022 was great for Shreyas Iyer. He became the highest run scorer in ODI format for the Indian team. He scored 724 runs in 17 matches. But the beginning of this new year 2023 has not been good for him. Iyer has played three matches this year.
Shreyas scored 28, 28 and 38 in all three matches of the ODI series against Sri Lanka. While at the end of the year 2022, Shreyas Iyer played two Test matches. Two fifty was put in it. That is, Shreyas Iyer has not been able to show his fire this year like 2022. Shreyas is out of the current ODI series against New Zealand due to back injury.
During this, fast bowler Siraj played 15 matches and took 24 wickets. He took so many wickets at an economy rate of 4.62 and an average of 23.50. 3/29 This was his best bowling.
ICC Women’s ODI Team of the Year
1. Alyssa Healy (wicketkeeper), Australia.
2. Smriti Mandhana (India)
3. Laura Wolvaardt (South Africa)
4. Nat Sciver (England)
5. Beth Mooney (Australia)
6. Harmanpreet Kaur (Captain), India
7. Amelia Kerr (New Zealand)
8. Sophie Ecclestone (England)
9. Ayabonga Khaka (South Africa)
10. Renuka Singh (India)
11. Shabnim Ismail (South Africa)