As the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 approaches its conclusion, fans are invited to vote for their favourite player of the tournament.
Throughout the event, we’ve witnessed extraordinary performances in batting, bowling, and fielding. Highlights include Glenn Maxwell’s heroic innings in Mumbai, Virat Kohli’s record-equalling century in Kolkata, and Mohammed Shami’s impressive 4/22 in Lucknow.
Several players have consistently shone throughout the tournament, leading the run-scorers, impressing with their centuries, or being among the top wicket-takers. Now, it’s time for you to choose the Fans’ Player of the Tournament.
Visit the official website to vote for your favourite player and share your choice with friends before the tournament ends!
Meet the Top Nine Candidates Based on Tournament Performance
Virat Kohli: The Run Machine (711 runs)
Virat Kohli has shown no signs of pressure in this home World Cup campaign. The middle-order maestro has surpassed 700 tournament runs, thanks to his brilliant century in India’s semi-final against New Zealand.
From his initial 85 against Australia to his unbeaten ton against Bangladesh, Kohli has consistently delivered high scores. His 49th ODI ton, equalling Sachin Tendulkar’s record, has been the talk of the tournament.
Adam Zampa: The Wicket Taker (22 wickets)
Adam Zampa, a key player in Australia’s T20 World Cup 2021 victory, has once again proven his worth on the big stage. Despite a wicketless start against India, Zampa bounced back, taking at least one wicket in his subsequent eight group stage matches.
With an average of just 21.40, Zampa’s 22 wickets have come at a steady pace, making him a formidable force in the tournament.
Quinton de Kock: The Consistent Scorer (594 runs)
Quinton de Kock has been a leading run-scorer throughout the tournament, amassing 591 runs. His powerful innings against Sri Lanka, Australia, and Bangladesh have been particularly noteworthy.
De Kock’s centuries have consistently led South Africa to victory, making him a key player in their successful campaign.
Mohammed Shami: The Unplayable Bowler (23 wickets)
Mohammed Shami has been a constant threat to opposition batting line-ups, delivering exceptional performances throughout the tournament.
From his 5/54 against New Zealand to his 5/18 against Sri Lanka, Shami’s bowling has been a highlight of the tournament.
Rachin Ravindra: The Rising Star (578 runs, five wickets)
New Zealand’s young talent, Rachin Ravindra, has made a significant impact on the World Cup. With three centuries and two fifties, he has proven himself as one of the world’s most promising players.
Glenn Maxwell: The All-Rounder (398 runs and five wickets)
Glenn Maxwell’s exceptional performances at this year’s World Cup have left fans and commentators in awe. His fastest ever Cricket World Cup hundred and his first double century in a men’s ODI chase have been standout moments.
Rohit Sharma: The Powerplay Specialist (550 runs)
India’s captain, Rohit Sharma, has been in top form throughout the tournament. His aggressive batting during the Powerplay and his impressive strike rate have been key to India’s success.
Jasprit Bumrah: The Speedster (18 wickets)
Jasprit Bumrah’s unique blend of speed and swing has been a game-changer for India. His ability to take wickets consistently has been a major factor in India’s strong tournament performance.
Daryl Mitchell: The Silent Achiever (552 runs)
Daryl Mitchell has quietly amassed a significant number of runs during the World Cup. His two centuries against India, including a superb 134 in the semi-final, have been key to New Zealand’s success.