No Australians! Brett Lee names his Best XI from the T20 World Cup 2022


Jos Buttler and Alex Hales

The explosive English batting pair of Hales and Buttler starts for Brett Lee’s best XI is no surprise the sheer dominance of the duo in the campaign helped England win the coveted World Title.

Virat Kohli and Surya Kumar Yadav

India’s two best men with the bat make up for 3rd and 4th on the list, Virat Kohli and Surya Kumar Yadav batting together is a treat to watch. However, their heroics couldn’t do well enough for India.

Glenn Phillips

The Kiwi master and the man with style, Glenn Phillips dominated the terms with his firepower batting on display the entire campaign, although failed poorly in the Semi-Final leading to the debacle.

Hardik Pandya

India’s most prolific asset with bat and ball, Hardik Pandya had a successful WC, however, failed to make it well for his side, although not in the ICC’s top XI, Brett Lee knows what this man is made of.

Shadab Khan

Pakistan’s VC and the man with many skills Shadab Khan has established his stature in this world cup both with bat and ball and has also featured in ICC’s best XI.

Sam Curran

Anyone anyway will wish to have the campaign’s best player on his side and so did Brett Lee. Sam Curran ended with 13 wickets in the WC including 3 crucial dismissals in the Final, MOM spell.

Shaheen Shah Afridi

Wicketless in the first two games and then ending with 11, Shaheen Shah Afridi never fails to impress on cricket’s grand stage mothing to the surprise of to say his injury cost Pakistan a World Cup.

Arshdeep Singh

India’s desperate need for a left-handed seamer ended with Arshdeep Singh on board, the widespread criticism in Asia Cup ended up in a charismatic redemption ending the campaign as the best bowler for side.

Adil Rashid

Adil Rashid has the ability to test any greatest batter on the planet on any given day, the web he crafts with a ball arguably makes him one of the leading spinners of this generation.