The ICC T20 World Cup 2021 is scheduled to begin on October 17 in the UAE and Oman. Although each team has picked their best XI, there are few young players to watch out for. While they play a key role in the team’s success, this World Cup will pave way for their glorious career. Watch ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 live on YuppTV.
Here are 5 batsmen who will shine in ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 –
All eyes are on this stylish Indian opener, who got his maiden call in the Indian squad for T20 World Cup. Ishan had a fantastic IPL 2020 and played a crucial role in Mumbai Indians retaining the trophy. Although out of form in IPL 2021, he got his rhythm back and looked good in the second half of the tournament. He scored a much needed 50 and 84 for Mumbai Indians in their last two group stage games. With KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma in good form, team India would like to include him in the final, playing XI in their first match against Pakistan.
Pakistan’s wicketkeeper sensation is in the news for all good reasons. Rizwan is the leading scorer in T20’s in 2021 and smashed 752 runs in 14 innings with the highest score of 104. His average of 48.40 is the second-best in the shorter form of the game. Virat has the highest average of 52.65.
The West Indies vice-captain is confident about his team to defend the T20 World Cup. Known for his sheer power-hitting abilities, this talented left-handed batsman plays for Punjab Kings. Although Pooran didn’t have an impressive IPL season, the World Cup is a different ball game.
Considered as the next Shakib-ul-Hasan, Bangladesh allrounder Afif Hossain is catching all the eyeballs. The right-arm off-break allrounder has shown plenty of maturity and is a crucial player for Bangladesh in this tourney.
Capable of clearing the boundary with his power-hitting abilities, Chamika Karunaratne has a key role in the Lankan squad. His electrifying batting with unerring ease will make him one of the most sought-after players in T20 cricket.
Get ready to watch ICC T20 World Cup 2021 live on YuppTV and catch these young players in action.