Best XI across all three formats in 2020
Here is a look at Best XI of all of the formats in year 2020.
Updated - Dec 31, 2020 11:24 am
The year 2020 will be remembered for the hardships and adversities faced by millions across the world. While the pandemic continued to play the spoilsport, world cricket went into an unprecedented sabbatical for over 6 months. As things panned out, the three lions welcomed the Men-in-Maroon amidst the strictest of health protocols. Taking refuge under the bio-bubble setup, cricketing arena busted into regular actions all around the globe gradually.
As the year experienced a stooping low number of International matches, cricketers wanted to stamp their authority on the 22-yards at all cost. Be it the longest format of the game or limited-overs cricket, players displayed the propensity of relentless vigour and zest as soon as they stepped onto the field.
Having said that, this article weighs on the Best XI cricketers in all 3 formats combined who headlined the pages for their intense efforts. The line-up signifies the ability of cricketers to remain consistent with their performance on regular basis. Interestingly, the likes of heavyweights Virat Kohli and Steve Smith have failed to make a century celebration throughout the year. Will they cement their position into the star-studded list? Let’s find it out!
Best XI cricketers in all the formats
1. Aaron Finch
Aaron Finch is one of the finest willow-wielders in modern-day cricket. The Australia-based cricketer rose up the ranks on the back of brilliant leadership skills coupled with pinch-hitting power. The opener apparently never fails to put the kangaroos on the position of strength. His enriching experience has helped him to calm his nerves under immense pressure.
The swashbuckler boasts a memorable year as reflective from his scorecard. His power-hitting ability gives the Aussies an impetus to post a huge target on board or achieve one while batting second. In the year 2020, Aaron smashed around 643 runs against the likes of India, South Africa and England. Moreover, he thrashed an unbeaten 110 against the Men-in-blue in the first ODI of the 3-match series playing in his home soil.
Eventually, Aussies toppled the Indian bowling line-up to seal the match comprehensively. Hence, he cements the opening spot in the high-profile list. It will be exciting to see whether the 34-year-old continues to provide a robust foundation to the team batting line-up.