ESPNcricinfo Awards 2021 Announced | 15th Edition | Cricket World | ESPN Cricket News
ESPNcricinfo Awards: The ESPNcricinfo Awards recognise the best individual batting and bowling performances in cricket for the year.
ESPNCricinfo awards has announced the list of winners of awards for best perfomances in international cricket during 2021 in all three formats.
The ESPNcricinfo Awards recognise the best individual batting and bowling performances in cricket over the previous calendar year. This Year ESPNcricinfo has revealed the awards winners for 2021.
ESPNcricinfo [sports news website] announced the 15th edition of the Annual ESPNcricinfo Awards 2021. The awards were presented under 12 categories & selected by a jury comprising former cricketers, ESPNcricinfo senior editors, writers & global correspondents.
Men’s Test Batting of the year award: Rishab Pant was named as the ‘Men’s Test batting’ for leading India to win the Gabba (The Aussies) test against Australia.
Here is the list of winners of ESPNcricinfo Awards 2021:
|Men’s Test batting||Rishabh Pant 89 not out vs Australia|
|Men’s Test bowling||Kyle Jamieson 5 for 31 vs India|
|Men’s ODI batting||Fakhar Zaman 193 vs South Africa|
|Men’s ODI bowling||Saqib Mahmood 4 for 42 vs Pakistan|
|Men’s T20I batting||Jos Buttler 101 not out vs Sri Lanka|
|Men’s T20I bowling||Shaheen Afridi 3 for 31 vs India|
|Women’s batting||Beth Mooney 125 not out vs India|
|Women’s bowling||Kate Cross 5 for 34 vs India|
|Debutant of the year||Ollie Robinson|
|Captain of the year||Kane Williamson [Nomiees Kane Williamson vs Virat Kohli]|
ESPNcricinfo Awards 2021 Test batting winner: Rishabh Pant holds back and holds out. The wicketkeeper-batter stared down a full-strength Australia attack to steer India to a famous victory.
The jury for the awards included former players Daniel Vettori, Ian Bishop, Tom Moody, Ajit Agarkar, Lisa Sthalekar, Daryll Cullinan, Russel Arnold, Daren Ganga, Shahriar Nafees, Bazid Khan, Mark Nicholas, and ESPNcricinfo‘s senior editors and writers. They picked the best performances in the three men’s international formats, and performances in women’s and Associates cricket at large, in the previous calendar year.