Shamar Joseph is a prominent contender to win the ICC Player of the Month award for January.
England’s batter Ollie Pope alongside Josh Hazlewood and Shamar Joseph have been nominated for ICC Men’s Player of the Month award. All three players played some excellent cricket in the longest format of the game as they were named for the prestigious award.
Shamar Joseph is the prominent contender for the ICC Men’s Player of the Month. Shamar Joseph made his debut West Indies in a two-match Test series against Australia. The pacer finished as the leading wicket-taker for his team with 13 scalps from 2 matches at an economy rate of 5.05 with 2 five-wicket hauls to his name.
Ollie Pope won the award for the Player of the Match after England won the recently concluded IND vs ENG 1st Test. Pope scored 196 runs off 278 balls with 21 fours as he missed his well-deserved double century.
Josh Hazlewood finished as the leading wicket-taker in the Test series between Australia and West Indies. The fast bowler picked up 14 wickets at an economy rate of 2.22 with 1 four-wicket haul and 1 five-wicket haul to his name.