5 PLAYERS TO WATCH OUT IN THE ICC WORLD T20 2016
T20 format is certainly the most entertaining form of Cricket,with the success of IPL,Big Bash etc the craze has only increased.With the World T20 due next year,here we look at 5 players to watch out in the ICC World T20 2016.
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Kane Williamson will most probably led the Kiwi side into the World T20.By the time Kane Williamson is finished with playing cricket, it is probable that he will be New Zealand’s greatest batsman.Williamson is ambidextrous, bats right-handed in the top order across formats, and has become a pillar of the New Zealand side since he made his debut in 2010.He will play a key role if Newzeland are to fight for the title.
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Steve Smith is one of the best young talents in the world,if not the best.He was recently awarded the ICC cricketer of the year.The current ODI and Test skipper of Australia,has got every shots in his arsenal.He has proved his consistency in the past and is now a pillar for the Australian cricket team.He has to play a key role if Australia wants to regain the world T20 title in India.
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The current Indian test skipper Virat Kohli is one of the best players in the world.A typical modern-day cricketer, Virat Kohli plays his game aggressively, bares his emotions loudly in public, yet retains the element of maturity that forms an integral part of every good and great player.The backbone of the Indian batting lineup,Virat Kohli needs to deliver if India are to pose a challenge for the world T20 in their backyard.
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Irish Born,Eoin Morgan has long considered one of England’s most bankable limited-overs performers.. A left-hander who quickly built a reputation for inventive and audacious strokeplay, Morgan also possessed the patience and power of shot to be a natural “finisher” – a role England struggled to fill for a decade.He can play a key role for England in the World T20.
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1.MAHENDRA SINGH DHONI
MS Dhoni is arguably the most popular and definitely the most scrutinised cricketer from India. He has done so coming from the cricketing backwaters, the mining state of Jharkhand, and through a home-made batting and wicketkeeping technique, and a style of captaincy that scales the highs and lows of both conservatism and unorthodoxy. Under Dhoni’s captaincy, India have won the top prize in all formats: the No.1 Test ranking for 18 months starting December 2009, the 50-over World Cup in 2011 and the World Twenty20 on his captaincy debut in 2007.But recently he has received criticism from around the world and will look to prove a point in the World T-20.