ICC announce ODI Team of the year 2022; 2 Indians feature


International Cricket Council (ICC) announced the ODI team of the year on 24th January. Pakistan skipper Babar Azam was named as the skipper with Tom Latham as the keeper. 

Batsmen | ICC ODI Team 2022

Babar Azam was named the captain of the side for the second time in a row. Babar scored 679 runs at an average of 84.87 leading Pakistan to eight wins. Travis Head had an exceptional year with bat and is not making the absence of Finch felt yet. Shai Hope scored 709 runs with 3 hundreds and 2 fifties. 

 Shreyas Iyer was very consistent for India and has sealed the number 4 spot for India. Tom Latham scored 558 runs at an average of 101.27 and has been very crucial in the middle overs for New Zealand. 

Sikandar Raza has had a dream year in 2022. He is also named in the T20 squad of the year. In total, Raza scored 645 runs at an average of 49.61 and an 87.16 strike rate, scoring two fifty-sevens to go along with three hundred.

Bowlers | ICC ODI Team 2022

Mehidy Hasan Miraz played the role of an all-rounder for the Bangladesh team. He scalped 24 wickets in 15 games at an average of 28.20. He also amassed 330 runs at an average of 66. 

Alzarri Joseph and Mohammad Siraj are the pacers in the side. Both have had an exceptional year picking crucial wickets in the powerplay. 

Trent Boult just played 6 games in 2022 but picked up 18 wickets in the year. He had a breathtaking average of 12.38 with the ball in hand. 

Adam Zampa was the leading wicket-taker in the ODI format in 2022. The Australian leg spinner picked up 30 wickets in 12 matches. What’s more impressive is that he played most of the matches in Australia but still managed to be economical and wicket-taking.  

Men’s ODI Team of the Year 2022

Babar Azam (Pakistan & Captain), Travis Head (Australia), Sahi Hope (West Indies), Shreyas Iyer (India), Tom Latham (New Zealand and WK), Mehidy Hasan Miraz (Bangladesh), Alzarri Joseph (West Indies), Mohammed Siraj (India), Trent Boult (New Zealand), Adam Zampa (Australia)

To Top