Rising Stars of T20 World Cup: Young Talents to Watch Out For

2024/06/07 21:35:23 IST

Gerald Coetzee (SA)

    After a dominating ODI World Cup campaign, the South African pacer is ready to tackle the T20 World Cup. He can produce chances in a match out of nowhere. His sheer pace can be lethal.

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Shamar Joseph (WI)

    The West Indian hero of Gabba is playing his maiden T20 World Cup. His lethal swing and raw pace can deceive batters.

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Kanwarpal Tathgur (CAN)

    Canadas right-arm pacer has grabbed attention with his sheer pace and swing bowling. He was the only uncapped batter who was selected in the World Cup contingent.

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Noor Ahmad (AFG)

    The 19-year-old bowler has already impressed everyone with economic bowling in the powerplay. He might be just 19 but he has a vast experience of playing with top cricketing nations.

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Tawhid Hridoy (BNG)

    The 22-year-old left-handed batter is in his best form of life. He has played some crucial knocks in BPL. He can play elegant shots and he can hammer runs at a brisk rate, when needed.

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Harry Brook (ENG)

    The 23-year-old English batter is well known for his aggressive batting style. He is considered to be Englands future star.

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Yashasvi Jaiswal (IND)

    The 22-year-old Yashasvi Jaiswal is a promising left-handed batter who has shown remarkable consistency in both domestic and international matches. He brings the X factor that India is looking for.

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