The nominees for ICC Player of the Month (December 2021) have been introduced on Saturday, with three guys distinguishing themselves with some wonderful performances in the month.
Mayank Agarwal has scored 276 runs at a common of sixty-nine in December. Ajaz Patel picked up 10 wickets in an innings in opposition to India. Mitchell Starc has performed an essential position in Australia's Ashes win India opener Mayank Agarwal, Australia pacer Mitchell, and New Zealand spinner Ajaz Patel have been nominated for the ICC Player of the Month (December 2021) on Saturday.
With everyday openers Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill, and KL Rahul all lacking video games at some factor final month, Mayank Agarwal grabbed the possibility with each finger in the collection towards New Zealand and South Africa. In the two matches, he scored 276 runs at a common of 69.00, which protected two fifties and a century. Ajaz Patel's title was once immortalized in cricketing records in December, when he picked up 10 wickets in an innings in opposition to India, turning into the 1/3 participant in Tests to obtain the feat after Jim Laker and Anil Kumble. The left-arm spinner performed simply one Test in the month, the place he picked up 14 wickets at a common of 16.07. He picked up all 10 wickets in the first innings however used to be upset through the Kiwi batters who had been bundled out for 62.
Mitchell Starc has performed an indispensable role, each with the bat and ball in hand, in Australia conserving the Ashes with two video games to spare. In the three video games remaining month, he picked up 14 wickets at a common of 19.64 and was once extra than reachable with the bat, scoring 117 runs in the three suits at a common of 58.50. He set the tone for the total collection via pushing aside Rory Burns with the first ball of the first Test. While batting, he saved Travis Head enterprise with an innings of 35 and delivered eighty-five integral runs for the eighth wicket.
The beginning used to be staggering with the bat and ball in the 2nd Test, choosing up to six wickets and scoring fifty-eight runs in Adelaide. This covered an excellent four-wicket haul in the first innings that helped limit England to 236, giving Australia a large lead of 237 runs. In the Boxing Day Test, Starc took two imperative wickets in the first innings, together with that of England's captain Joe Root. His innings of 24* helped Australia reap an 82-run lead, which proved to be adequate as England have been bundled out for sixty-eight He picked up three wickets in the 2d innings as Australia gained by using an innings to hold the urn