Best T20I Playing XI from November month

The highly competitive T20 World Cup 2022 cemented its place in the sport’s illustrious past in November. After defeating Pakistan in the championship match, England won the coveted trophy with a remarkable all-around performance.

The first half of November was crammed with T20 action due to the recently concluded mega event. The majority of major teams competed in bilaterals with longer game formats following the tournament.

However, India and New Zealand were the only two nations to play in a three-match T20I and ODI series after the end of the World Cup in November.

During the 15 T20 internationals that took place in November 2022, a lot of people stood out and demonstrated their authority against their opponents. In light of this, let’s take a look at the best T20I XI from November.

Openers: Alex Hales and Jos Buttler (c and wk)

Alex Hales and Jos Buttler were the main people who helped England win the T20 World Cup in 2022. While the two Britain openers got through an extreme beginning to their T20 World Cup crusades, they increased their game at the right finish of the competition and ended up being the most incredible in their situation, by some edge.

Buttler scored 206 runs in November, while Hales scored 186 runs in four innings. In the semifinals, their 170-run partnership against India will be remembered as one of the best T20I opening stands. Buttler will likewise act as the group’s commander and wicketkeeper.

Middle-order: Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, Ben Stokes, and Glenn Phillips

While Virat Kohli didn’t participate in the new T20I series against the Kiwis, his commitments in the last 50% of the T20 World Cup were sufficient to get his place in this XI. Kohli scored 140 runs at an average of 46.6 last month, scoring 64* and 50, respectively, against Bangladesh and England.

At No.4 is a player who has had a dream year thanks to his flamboyant batting and for fun has toppled records. Suryakumar Yadav, who scored the most runs in November, perfectly complemented Kohli during the World Cup before scoring a magnificent century in the second Twenty20 International against New Zealand.

Suryakumar scored 229 runs in five T20Is in November, scoring at an impeccable strike rate of over 200 and an average of just under 46.

Ben Stokes, another Englishman on the list, performed admirably for his nation on two significant occasions. Before playing a historic knock in the final against Pakistan, the left-hander dug deep in a must-win match in Sydney against Sri Lanka.

Stokes did not give up in the face of a ferocious pace attack from Pakistan and scored a match-winning fifty to give his team their second T20 World Cup trophy.

Glenn Phillips completes this team’s middle order. The star of the Black Caps scored 151 runs at a strike rate just below 165 while playing crucial knocks for the Kiwis in the T20 World Cup and a well-made 54 against India in the third T20I.

All-rounders: Hardik Pandya, Shadab Khan, and Sam Curran

Shadab Khan and Sam Curran join Hardik Pandya as the third and final Indian in the XI. Pandya has been a key player for the Men in Blue.

Even though the all-rounder didn’t do much in the first half of the T20 World Cup in Australia, he played one of his best matches against England in the semi-final on November 10. He additionally got four scalps across three innings in November.

Pandya scored a fiery 18-ball 30* against the Black Caps in his last T20I, saving India from defeat and keeping the match tied (according to the DLS method).

Shadab Khan, the team’s only spinner, was arguably Pakistan’s best player at the T20 World Cup and consistently performed well. Pakistan’s World Cup campaign was turned upside down by his 22-ball 52 against South Africa on November 3.

In addition, in November, his cunning leg spin also resulted in five wickets. At No. Sam Curran is the youngest player to ever win the T20 World Cup Player of the Tournament award. Curran was a match-winner for the team led by Jos Buttler thanks to his impressive use of angles and pinpoint yorkers. In November, he lost four matches and got six scalps.

Bowlers: Shaheen Afridi and Tim Southee

Shaheen Afridi had the potential to propel Pakistan to an unlikely victory in the finals if not for an unwelcome injury sustained against England at a crucial moment. The left-arm pacer took ten wickets in four T20I matches last month, the most of any bowler in that time period.
Afridi will work with Tim Southee in the pace attack. The pacer from New Zealand had a good time bowling in Oceania. In five games, he took eight wickets and gave up eight runs at an economy rate of 8.01.

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