ICC World Cup 2019: Best XI of the tournament

These players were exceptional, to say the least, during the tournament.

Kane Williamson
Kane Williamson. (Photo by Visionhaus/Getty Images)

It all boiled down to the England vs New Zeland battle in the World Cup 2019 final. It couldn’t have gotten better as the contest went right down to the wire and even deeper than that. By the time the game finished, most of the fans were left with no nails. This absolute humdinger is definitely the best World Cup final ever and one of the best games of cricket the fans ever come across.

Such was the case throughout the tournament. We’ve witnessed some mind-boggling performances from the teams as well as sheer brilliance from individuals. While all of them couldn’t help their team lift the trophy, we list out those performances that you’d want to remember for a long time. Here is the best possible eleven formed by all the top performers in the tournament.

Here is the Best XI of players from the World Cup:

1. David Warner | Australia

David Warner of Australia
David Warner of Australia. (Photo Source: Twitter)

David Warner made a dream comeback into the Australian colours with this tournament. The left-hander narrowly missed out on overtaking Rohit Sharma as the leading run-scorer as he couldn’t get a big score in the semi-final. Warner maintained commendable consistency through the majority of the 10 games that he played in the tournament.

The former Australian vice-captain was a positive influence for the team with the bat giving them strong starts and hit three centuries and three half-centuries in the tournament. However, his efforts weren’t sufficient to win his team the title.

His stats in the tournament-

Matches: 10

Runs: 647

Average: 71.88

S/R: 89.36


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