It does not have to be a cricket expert to understand that Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan, who is clearly ahead of any other player, is the best player to compete in this year’s Cricket World Cup.
So far, the highest run-scorer in the tournament has scored two centuries and three half-centuries in 6 innings.
And in the other innings, in statistics, which is the worst performance of his bat in this year, he also scored 41!
In the match against Afghanistan, taking five wickets in the match, the number of wickets taken by them is 10
Against this World Cup, he scored a century against West Indies, scoring a milestone of 6,000 in one-day internationals, and proves why he is one of the greatest all-time all-rounders of ODIs.
Shakib took 5000 runs and took 250 wickets in one-day internationals while playing the lowest match.
But Shakib took 6,000 runs and took 250 wickets in the fastest time against West Indies.
Apart from Shakib, this achievement except Shakib is Shahid Afridi, besides Jacques Kallis and Sanath Jayasuriya – who played the shortest match before Shakib, the record holder reached the milestone.
Shakib played less than 92 matches for Shahid Afridi in the field of milestone.
He also scored 51 runs against Afghanistan on Monday as the 16th player in history to score 1000 runs in the World Cup; Needless to say that he is the first Bangladeshi cricketer to score 1000 runs in the World Cup.
And in the Southampton, he took 5 wickets in the World Cup with a half-century and took 5 wickets as the second cricketer to be named Recordback.
So long as the record was captured by India’s Yuvraj Singh
Another thing is that if all-round performance statistics are calculated in the World Cup, then it can be said that the most successful cricketer in the World Cup history is Shakib Al Hasan.
He is the only cricketer to have scored 1000 runs in the World Cup and took 30 wickets.
Sri Lanka’s Sanath Jayasuriya was the most effective all-rounder in the statistics table with 1165 runs and 5 wickets for 27 wickets.