Salma Khatun of Bangladesh in the best XI of Women's World Cup

Salma of Bangladesh in the best XI of Women's World Cup


Bangladeshi all-rounder Salma Khatun has been named in the top XI of the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup. This XI is arranged with the best players of this tournament.

The captain of the team is Mag Lenning, who won the title for Australia this time.
There are four World Cup winners from Australia, three from South Africa, two from England and one each from West Indies and Bangladesh.

However, despite the opportunity, none of India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, New Zealand could make it to the team. Offspinning all-rounder Salma has taken 10 wickets in the tournament.


Most Valuable Team:

Laura Wolvaardt (South Africa)
Alyssa Healy (wk) (Australia)
Meg Lanning (capt) (Australia)
Rachael Haynes (Australia)
Nat Sciver (England)
Beth Mooney (Australia)
Hayley Matthews (West Indies)
Marizanne Kapp (South Africa)
Sophie Ecclestone (England)
Shabnim Ismail (South Africa)
Salma Khatun (Bangladesh)
12th player: Charlie Dean (England)






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