ICC World Cup 2019 Stories: The ICC ODI Team of Cricket World Cup 2019 is going to start in England on May 30. The ICC World Cup-2019 will be the last World Cup event for some cricketer’s career. The International Cricket Council(ICC) has published a report on the players.
Among the five players in the list released by the ICC, West Indies’ batting giant Chris Gayle, South African bowler Imran Tahir, all-rounder JP Duminy and bowler Dale Steyn and Pakistani all-rounder Shoaib Malik.
Chris Gayle returned to ODI cricket after a seven-month break in the series against the England cricket team in February, West Indies’ hard-hitting batsman Chris Gayle said. The England cricket team announced this year’s retirement after the World Cup.
South African all-rounder JP Duminy has decided to retire from one-day cricket after the World Cup. But this player will be seen in T20 cricket.
The 35-year-old cricketer has scored more than 5,000 runs in one-day cricket for the country. Unfortunately, the cricketer’s death in Sri Lanka’s first innings against Sri Lanka was a blow to the injury. However, he is one of the top ten in the top ten for the country.
South African leg spinner Imran Tahir will not be seen in the next one-day version after the World Cup. But 40-year-old Bola will continue to play T-20s like teammate Duminy. A cricketer who has been performing consistently for the last few years, Tahir
Pakistan’s most experienced cricketer Shoaib Malik He was the only cricketer to have made his international debut in this World Cup in the 20th Century (1999). In the 282 one-day matches, 7481 runs, 96 catches and 156 wickets are held by 37-year-old owner Malik.
Dale Steyn, one of the most successful Test bowlers in Test cricket, The 35-year-old pace man, though not as successful as the Test, is also not less than one-day cricket. Last year’s World Cup (2015) South Africa got out of the semifinals because of Steyn. This year’s event is likely to be the last World Cup.