8 year old player will debut in World Cup 2023, will make Australia world champion for the sixth time
The World Cup (World Cup 2023) is going to start from October 5. Now less than a month is left for it to start. But before that, 5-time champion team Australia has declared a 15-member team for the World Cup (World Cup 2023) to be played in India. The Australian selectors have included a strong player in the squad who is going to debut for the first time in the Asia Cup. This player single-handedly has the ability to make Australia champion for the sixth time. Let us know about this great player in this report…
Australian players will play the first World Cup 2023
It is every player’s dream to play in the World Cup (World Cup 2023). Recently, Australia has announced a 15-member team for the upcoming World Cup (World Cup 2023). In which many stalwarts like Steve Smith, David Warner and Mitchell Starc have been given a chance under the captaincy of Pat Cummins. Meanwhile, the board has also included a player whose age, interestingly, is only 8 years.
The name of bowling all-rounder Sean Abbott is also included among those players. Abbott played his first match for Australia in 2014. After that, in the year 2023 i.e. after about 8 years, he got the honor of being selected in the World Cup team. If he gets a chance in the playing-11, his dream of playing in the World Cup will be fulfilled.
Can show magic in bowling and batting
The reason behind the selection of Sean Abbott is that he is adept in both bowling and batting, Abbott proves to be quite lethal with the new ball. He has the knowledge to swing the new ball. Because of which he can prove fatal for any batsman.
However, there has been a problem with Sean Abbott that he keeps going in and out of the team. Injury has also troubled this player a lot. He has played 11 ODI matches so far. During this period, he has taken 13 wickets at an average of 31.92. He has bowled at an economy rate of 5.06 which is very important in ODIs. Abbott has scored 131 runs in 11 ODIs at a strike rate of 103.96. Although he may not get much chance in batting.
Australia’s team for ODI World Cup: Pat Cummins (captain), Steve Smith, Alex Carey, Josh Inglis, Sean Abbott, Ashton Agar, Cameron Green, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, David Warner, Adam Zampa, Mitchell Starc.
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