Babar Azam became the world’s number one ODI batsman last month (AFP)
This is the first time that not a single Indian cricketer has been named among the players nominated for the best player in both men and women.
The ICC Men’s Player of the Month nominees for April are in 👀
Fakhar Zaman 🇵🇰 302 ODI runs at 100.66, two centuriesBabar Azam 🇵🇰 228 ODI runs at 76.00; 305 T20I runs at 43.57Kushal Bhurtel 🇳🇵 278 T20I runs at 69.50Vote now: https://t.co/ZYuKhVxbHF 4#ICCPOTM pic.twitter.com/7dyVhwkFOo– ICC (@ICC) May 5, 2021
Babar played a winning innings of 94 off 82 balls in the third ODI against South Africa. On the basis of this innings, he reached a career-best 865 rating by scoring 13 points. In the month of April, Fakhar Zaman also did a great performance. He scored two centuries against South Africa. In the second match, he scored an innings of 193 runs.Read also: Australia’s legendary cricketer kidnapped from Sydney, threatened with death After the postponement of IPL 2021, Virat Kohli returns home, will now help the country with Anushka
Nepal’s Kushal Netherlands, who beat Babar Azam and Fakhar Zaman in the race for this award, was the highest run-scorer in the tri-series against Malaysia. His team won this series. He scored a total of 278 runs, in which he scored 4 half-centuries in five matches.