Babar Azam got Virat’s place, name of run machine not in the list of 11 players


Virat Kohli had scored a century in 2022 after 3 years.
The WTC final between India and Australia will be held on June 7.

New Delhi. Virat Kohli, a name that rings a lot in modern cricket. From the beginning of his career, Virat rained centuries in such a way that now no other batsman in the world is even close to him. Kohli has beaten his luck with his batting. But before the year 2022, Virat got a stroke of luck. For 3 years, not even a single century came out of Shatakveer’s bat. The result is that Virat Kohli’s name is not in the World Test Championship (WTC) team of the tournament. However, now once again Virat Kohli is seen dealing in hundreds.

Cricket Australia has selected the WTC team of the tournament, in which Virat Kohli’s name is not there. Usman Khawaja and Karunaratne are named as openers in the selected playing eleven. After this, Babar Azam’s name is at number three. Babar scored 1500 runs in 14 matches between 2021 and 2023. At the same time, Joe Root has got a place at number 4, who has scored 1915 runs in 22 matches. After this comes aggressive batsman Travis Head, who played a key role in Australia’s victory many times.

Pant, Jadeja and Ashwin

Who can forget the bravery of Rishabh Pant in the World Test Championship. This batsman opened the threads of the opposing teams with his innings outside the house. After the horrific car accident in December 2022, the absence of Rishabh Pant is hurting Team India in the WTC final. The pair of Ravindra Jadeja and R Ashwin have got a place in the team. After this, captain Pat Cummins, Jimmy Anderson and Kagso Rabada have got place in fast bowlers.

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WTC Team of Tournament

Usman Khawaja, Dimuth Karunaratne, Babar Azam, Joe Root, Travis Head, Ravindra Jadeja, Rishabh Pant, Ravichandran Ashwin, Pat Cummins (c), Jimmy Anderson, Kagiso Rabada.

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