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England won the Twenty20 World Cup in Australia after beating Pakistan in front of a loud crowd at the MCG. Pakistan had a very strong team. With Ben Stokes at the helm, England made history by becoming the very fee men’s team in World Cup history to win both the 50-over and 20-over tournaments. According to t20 world cup latest news, for the second year in a row, England has won the Twenty20 World Cup. Following is team for the tournament after the big win.

  1. Alex Hales (Eng)

Alex Hales, who was England’s opening batsman, was picked for the eleven because he changed the game and put England in a position to play Pakistan in the tournament final. Sunday was the day of the match against Pakistan. It was a great comeuppance for the opener, who had been unfairly left off the team that won the World Cup with 50 overs. It was also a well-deserved comeuppance.

  1. Jos Buttler (Eng)

After a rough start, the team’s captain and Hales’ opening partner, Jos Buttler, join the team. The brilliant cameo that the English captain made towards the end of the game helped his team win the championship. Earlier this year, he replaced Morgan, who had held the position for a number of years. This cameo took place at the beginning of this year.

  1. Virat Kohli (Ind)

India’s expected batting hero, Virat Kohli, has once again shown that he is the best at games with white balls by getting the most runs in the competition. This time, he was the player who scored the most runs. Even though he tried his hardest, his team didn’t make it past the quarterfinals. His final batting order had an amazing batting average of 98.66, 296 runs scored, and 4 half-centuries. His innings against Pakistan at the MCG, in which he scored 82 runs without losing a wicket, was without a doubt a game-changing performance that set a record.

  1. Suryakumar Yadav (Ind)

SKY, one of India’s best batters and a member of the team’s middle order, had joined Virat Kohli in the pantheon of great batters. All eyes were on the Men in Blue as the best Twenty20 International batter in the world set the stage with a series of stunning innings. He was the Men in Blue’s enforcer. He scored 239 runs and had an amazing strike rate of 189.68. He was very good at getting hits. He was very good at what he did.

  1. Glenn Phillips (NZ)

Glenn Phillips of New Zealand was a scary sight at the batting crease throughout the whole World Cup this year. Phillips was one of only two players in the competition to get to 100 points. His amazing grab versus Australia, which will go down in World Cup history as one of the best catches ever made, will be the highlight of people’s memories of him.

  1. Sikandar Raza (Zim)

Sikandar Raza was always a threat to the other team, whether he was at bat or had the ball in his hands. The great all-rounder finished with a total of 219 runs and 10 wickets for Zimbabwe in their win over Pakistan, which will be remembered as a historic victory.

  1. Khan Shadab (Pak)

Shadab Khan of Pakistan was another player who did very well in many different ways during the competition. Khan stood for Pakistan. In addition to being very good at using the bowling machine, he also hit the ball very well, which helped Pakistan get to the final. Pakistan did well because of how well these people played.

  1. Sam Curran (Eng)

Sam Curran, who was on the winning team, was named “Player of the Tournament” as an honor for his great bowling skills, which helped the team win the competition. At the end of the game, the left-handed bowler had 13 wickets, including 3/12 in a bowling effort against Pakistan at the MCG that turned out to be very important. The left-handed bowler played for Australia.

  1. Anrich Nortje (SA)

Anirich Nortje, who is an express bowler, made it through the qualifying rounds of the tournament because of how quickly he knocked out his opponents. This helped him move forward. South Africa did everything it could, but they were not able to move on to the next round. He was on the Proteas team and played in the Super 12 round of the competition, where he took 11 wickets. The Proteas won the championship during this round.

  1. Mark Wood (Eng)

Mark Wood, who was from England, got hurt during the tournament and had to leave after the first round. Even so, his consistent play all the way up to the semifinals made sure he would be on the team that would win the tournament in the end.

  1. Shaheen Afridi (Pak)

If Pakistan’s finest player, Shaheen Afridi, hadn’t been injured during the championship match, the team would have had a far higher chance of coming out on top. If it hadn’t taken place, Pakistan would have ended up losing the game. Even though the well-known pacer did not complete the allotted amount of overs for the competition, he was still selected for the all-star squad to compete in the event. Even though he hadn’t taken a wicket in either of the previous two games, Afridi was a significant danger with the new ball and ended up getting 11 of them. He had a good performance with the new ball for the very first time.

  1. Hardik Pandya (Ind)

After his outstanding performance in the semi-final, which contributed to India reaching a competitive total, Hardik Pandya, India’s excellent all-rounder, was invited to join the squad as the 12th member. Pandya finished the match with the third-highest runs scored for his side, behind only Virat Kohli and Suryakumar Yadav in that category. Pandya finished third on the squad in terms of total wickets taken with eight, and he was the third-best wicket-taker overall.

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