New Delhi: Pakistan captain Babar Azam and Australian women’s wicket-keeper Alyssa Healy were selected by the ICC player of the month for their outstanding performance in the month of April on Monday. is.
Babur did a great performance
Babar Azam had consistently performed well in all formats in the recently concluded series against South Africa. He was chosen as the winner of the month of April by fans and the ICC Voting Academy. In the third ODI against South Africa, he scored 13 ratings points by playing a match-winning innings of 94 runs in 82 balls, which helped him reach a career-best 865 points. He also scored a 59-ball 122 in the third match of the T20 series against the same team, due to which Pakistan successfully chased a big target.
In a press release released here, ICC Voting Academy member Rameez Raja said, “In limited overs cricket, batsmen play in two ways. The first method is to fly with power and bowling with stamina and the second way is to bat like Babar Azam, in which brilliant artistic shots are made with ease. He was entitled to this award.
Healie outshines women
Alyssa Healy performed brilliantly in the limited-overs series against New Zealand during this period. He scored 155 runs in three ODIs at an average of 51.66 and a strike rate of 98.72. With this performance, Australia was able to reach its record of winning the most ODI matches by 24 matches.
ICC Voting Academy member Ian Bishop said, “Healy is entitled to be named the best ICC player for the month of April.” With his superb batting, Australia managed to score big in all three matches and chase the target.