ICC World Cup 2019: Best XI from the league stage of the tournament
Based on their performances and statistics, the Best XI that is possible has been made which is listed below
Updated - Sep 21, 2019 1:28 pm
The league stages of the World Cup 2019 have come to an end and it all boils down to the knockouts now. India will face New Zealand in the first semi-final while it will be Australia against England in the other game. Thus far, the tournament has provided the fans with a great level of entertainment and it surely promises more for these last three games.
Also, during the course of the 45 matches that were played in the league stage, we’ve witnessed several spectacular performances. Some of the players have achieved the improbable with the bat while the bowlers continued to be fiery as usual and picked up a lot of wickets. Based on their performances and statistics, the Best XI that is possible has been made which is listed below.
Here is the Best XI of players from the league stage of the World Cup
1. Rohit Sharma | India
With five centuries and a fifty in the last eight games that he has played, Rohit Sharma has completely owned the World Cup 2019 with his batting exploits. Never ever in his career so far, he has been so consistent. With every game that he plays, several records are tumbling. At the end of the league stage, the Indian vice-captain has scored at an average of 92.43. His only two failures, where he couldn’t get big scores, came in the games against Windies and Afghanistan. He is making numbers look silly with his exploits.