5 Players who will be Missed at ICC World Cup 2019
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5 Players who will be Missed at ICC World Cup 2019

Neel Visaria

ICC World Cup 2019 is back to its origin. It was England who hosted the first ever World Cup tournament and now the 12th edition will be played again in England. This year’s WorldCup will be featuring some of the very best in the business but there are some players who will be surely missed by cricket fans at this year’s World Cup. Some of the players who would have been a joy to watch are:

• AB De Villiers – 360⁰ Cricketer
One of the most loved cricketers all around the world is AB De Villiers. He has been the Superman of the South African cricket team by always taking them out of trouble and destroying the opposition’s hopes of winning the match. At the World Cup 2015, he was in sublime form and was a major reason that South Africa reached till semifinals.

5 Players who will be Missed at ICC World Cup 2019

In a group stage match against West Indies, he blasted a quick fire 162 off 66 balls and broke the world record for reaching fastest 150. Though he doesn’t look so powerful, he has great muscle strength which is why he can clear the boundary with so ease.

• Suresh Raina – The Saviour
Gary Kirsten had said that Suresh Raina was the Saviour who played two crucial innings at no.7 for India at 2011 World Cup and helped India become Champions. In 2015 too, he was in very good nick as he kept on making notable contributions and even scored a century against Zimbabwe when India was in a spot of bother. His stroke play is certainly a joy to watch.

5 Players who will be Missed at ICC World Cup 2019

Suresh Raina is always active on the ground. His fielding is what adds up to his batting as he is a very safe fielder. His energetic fielding was a major boost to India both in 2011 and then in 2015 World Cup as it helped India to save few crucial runs.

• Misbah-Ul-Haq – The Warrior
Misbah was the backbone of Pakistan’s batting line up in the last World Cup. He leads them from the front and scored 316 runs at an average of 52.66 and broke the long-standing record of Imran Khan who held the record for scoring most runs by a Pakistani batsman in any single edition of World Cup. Misbah was a warrior and helped his team to get a quarter-final finish.

5 Players who will be Missed at ICC World Cup 2019

• Brendon McCullum – The Blazing Opener
Brendon McCullum has made sure that any tournament gets a fiery start. Be it his 150 in the first-ever match of IPL or his 49 balls 65 runs against Sri Lanka in their first match in 2015 World Cup. He led his team from the front and his bold batting style gave his team the early impetus to put the opposition under pressure. He was the architect in chief of New Zealand’s final reaching World Cup campaign.

5 Players who will be Missed at ICC World Cup 2019

• Kumar Sangakkara – The Most Dependable

When Kumar Sangakkara stepped on the field in the 2015 World Cup he made the record of scoring 4 consecutive centuries at the World Cup. The southpaw was going through his purple patch and led the Sri Lankan batting line up. His experience and matured batting will be missed by fans as seeing Kumar batting was a treat for all.

5 Players who will be Missed at ICC World Cup 2019

One might think that not being able to see there is a loss but that is not the case as this ICC World Cup 2019 will see some of the modern legends of the game like Virat Kohli, Jos Buttler, Kane Williamson, Andre Russell, Rashid Khan, Jasprit Bumrah, Kagiso Rabada and many more.

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