ICC World Cup 2019: Here's Team India's Player Ratings

ICC World Cup 2019: India Player Ratings

India Player Ratings, ICC World Cup 2019
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India as a unit had done an exceptional job at the ongoing ICC World Cup 2019. Openers have done an incredible job with Rohit Sharma emerging as a highlight of the tournament. Also, Jasprit Bumrah had done his job for what he has been known now.

Moreover, Virat Kohli had played some outstanding innings while leading from the front. Mohammed Shami had further bowled his heart out.

All in all, India had all the ingredients to win the World Cup, but the Black Caps had bowled remarkably well.

Here’s how we have rated Team India Players at the ICC World Cup 2019.

Rohit Sharma: Rating points – 9/10

Rohit Sharma,
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Rohit Sharma has been in a rich vein of a form before Matt Henry got rid of the prolific run-getter on a single digit. The world-class opening batsman has given his best to help his team to make it to the semis.

In nine innings, Rohit has slammed five tons which included a back-to-back three centuries ahead of the first semi-final.

He has accumulated 648 runs at an average of 81 with his strike-rate of 98.33.

KL Rahul: Rating Points – 6.5/10

India's Predicted Playing XI
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KL Rahul had done a brilliant job at the top despite India losing Shikhar Dhawan after just two games. Rahul, who batted initially at No. 4 opened innings alongside Rohit Sharma.

Rohit had played some brilliant strokes to keep the scoring board ticking after a cautious start. Also, he at times failed to convert those starts, but overall he had shaped up good to lay a solid foundation at the top in most of the fixtures for India.

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