How Shakib Al Hasan could be the Man of the Tournament in this World Cup


Shakib has been dominating the bowlers of all opposition he has faced and scored 5 consecutive 50+ scores

Shakib Al Hasan has grabbed a lot of eyeballs from his excellent performance till now in the World Cup 2019. He is considered one of the best all-rounders in the world currently. He has scored two half-centuries and two centuries in 4 innings he has played till now in the ongoing World Cup.

The star all-rounder has scored 384 runs at an average of 128.00 and strike rate of 103.78. He is currently the highest run-getter in the World Cup 2019. Not just with the batting, he has impressed with his bowling too. The former captain of Bangladesh has scalped 5 wickets with an economy rate below than 6 till now. These wickets have mostly come at the time when the team needed it most.

His approach of building the innings and taking off the pressure from his team makes him special

He thrashed all the bowlers of West Indies in the 23rd match of World Cup and scored 124 of just 99 balls which included 16 fours. It’s not just about the numbers of runs he has scored in this tournament. His approach of building the innings and taking off the pressure from his team and launching it to the opponent has been the special thing to watch.

His scores read 75 runs in 84 balls in the first match against South Africa, 64 runs from 68 balls against New Zealand in the second match, 121 of just 119 balls against England in the fourth game and the latest amazing 124 runs of 99 against the pacers of West Indies.  The way he has gone with his job makes him one of the dangerous batsman in the World Cup.

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Batting at number 3 is working great for him

The decision of coming at number 3 has done wonders for the legendary player of Bangladesh. The way he has gone about his business reminds of the Lance Klusener of 1999 World Cup. Klusener scored 250 runs and took 17 wickets in the series 1999 World Cup. He will definitely be the contender of Man of the Tournament when the endgame comes.

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