Jasprit Bumrah, the fast-bowling sensation from India, has been in devastating form during the ongoing ICC World Cup 2023.His exceptional performances with the ball have played a significant role in India’s unbeaten start to the competition. Bumrah’s standout moments included taking crucial wickets in matches against Australia, Afghanistan, and arch-rivals Pakistan. In these games, he claimed a total of 14 wickets at an impressive average of 15.07, with a remarkable economy rate of 3.91.
Quinton de Kock, the seasoned South African opener, showcased his remarkable batting prowess during the Cricket World Cup. Despite announcing his retirement from one-day international cricket at the end of the tournament, de Kock’s impact was undeniably strong. He kicked off his campaign with back-to-back centuries against Sri Lanka and Australia, and his notable performance against Bangladesh, where he scored a sensational 174 runs, added to his credentials. In October, de Kock scored a total of 431 runs at an impressive average of 71.83.
Rachin Ravindra, the young New Zealand batter, made a significant impact with his performances during the Cricket World Cup, even though he had only played 12 ODIs before the tournament. His remarkable 123 runs off 96 balls in the opening match against England set the tone for his stellar campaign. Ravindra continued his fine form with half-centuries against the Netherlands and India and concluded the month with an outstanding 116 against Australia. In October, he scored a total of 406 runs with an average of 81.20, earning him his first nomination for the ICC Player of the Month Award.
(With inputs from ANI)