The ICC’s official ‘Team of the Tournament’ for the ODI Cricket World Cup has caused confusion and surprise among fans. The team featured six Indian players, compared to only two players from the tournament champions Australia. This has left many fans wondering why players like Travis Head, Pat Cummins, and David Warner did not make the cut, despite their impressive performances.
India’s dominant campaign in the tournament, in which they were undefeated until the final, led to the selections of Virat Kohli, KL Rahul, Ravindra Jadeja, Jasprit Bumrah, and Mohammed Shami in the team. On the other hand, only Glenn Maxwell and Adam Zampa made the cut for Australia.
The omission of players like Travis Head, who scored 137 runs in the final, has left fans scratching their heads. Many have questioned why he, along with other standout players like Pat Cummins and David Warner, did not earn a spot in the team.
Overall, the ICC’s ‘Team of the Tournament’ has sparked confusion and debate among cricket fans, who are puzzled by the selection of six Indian players compared to just two from the victorious Australian team. This has led to questions about the criteria and decision-making process behind the selection of the team.
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