On Thursday, Pakistan’s big-name hitter Asif Ali was nominated for the ICC Player of the Month Award along with Bangladesh’s all-around star Shakib Al Hassan and Namibia’s David Weiss.
In the women’s division, Irish all-around player Laura Delany and batsman Gaby Lewis advanced along with the Zimbabwe captain and all-around player Mary-Anne Musonda.
Asif Ali played a key role in Pakistan’s victory over New Zealand and Afghanistan in the ongoing T20 World Cup.
In the game against New Zealand, he scored 27 points with only 12 shots and scored 4 6s in the next game against Afghanistan.
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Shakib Al Hasan, who played six T20Is last month, was excluded from the T20 World Cup due to injury.
He scored 131 runs with a strike rate of 109.16 and a total of 11 wickets with an economic rate of 5.59.
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So far, the impressive Namibian all-around hitter Wiese has hosted a spectacular T20 World Cup. He played 8 T20Is, scored 162 times, hit a hit rate of 132.78, and scored 7 wickets with an economic rate of 7.23.
His winning performance in the game helped Namibia qualify for the Super 12 stage. He scored 66 points against the Netherlands and 28 points against Ireland, while also contributing to the ball.
An independent ICC voting academy and fans around the world will now vote to determine the winner, which will be announced next week.