Rizwan and Kaur seal ICC Player of the Month crowns for September 2022.

India’s Harmanpreet Kaur and Pakistan’s Mohammad Rizwan were on Monday voted the ICC ‘Player of the Month’ awards for September in their respective categories.

Harmanpreet Kaur becomes India’s first winner of the ICC Women’s ‘Player of the Month’ courtesy of her leading role in her team’s first ODI series victory in England since 1999.

The India skipper was at her brilliant best during the ODI series, scoring 221 runs across the three matches, maintaining a strike rate of 103.47 and only being dismissed once. She displayed control and poise in the first match of the series at Hove, and her 74 not out helped her side chase down England’s total of 228 at a canter to win by seven wickets.

While that was impressive, without doubt the highlight of her month came in the second ODI. Batting first, she led from the front with a thrilling 143 not out from 111 balls.

In the other hand, Pakistan wicketkeeper-batter Mohammad Rizwan is in red-hot form has amassed a mammoth 553 runs from ten T20Is played in the month of September. The top-ranked T20I batter is averaging 69.12 during the month, the talismanic opener also registered seven half-centuries.

Rizwan dedicates his award to the people of Pakistan, who are affected by the flood.

Source: www.icc-cricket.com


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