DC Boys ready to roar in ICC #CWC19!

Cricket’s biggest event is back as the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 begins this week in England & Wales and we’re in for a promising, action-packed summer of cricket with top teams fighting for the ultimate glory!

Five of our DC boys - Shikhar Dhawan, Trent Boult, Colin Munro, Chris Morris, and Kagiso Rabada - will be participating in the blockbuster event and there is plenty to cheer for DC fans.

It will be surreal as these DC teammates will now be vying against each other and play for glory for their respective nations. All of them will have to forget the camaraderie amongst them for the upcoming one and a half months as they are all in contention for the coveted World Cup Title.

Shikhar Dhawan's performance has been astounding in all ICC events he has played in his illustrious career so far. In all, Gabbar has scored 1113 runs in 18 games in three tournaments at an average of 65.47, including 5 centuries. He truly stood out in ICC Champions Trophy 2013 and 17, respectively, as well as the ICC Cricket World Cup 2014/15.

Meanwhile, Kiwi speedster Trent Boult was the joint highest wicket taker in the flagship ICC event in 2015. The Left-arm quick made 22 scalps in the 9 matches at a strike rate of 23.1, average of 16.86, and a commendable economy rate of 4.36.

Currently ranked 2nd on ICC's ODI Bowling Rankings, Trent will be looking to wreak havoc with the ball once again during ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

Coming over to our Protea pack now, Chris Morris also has a wealth of experience playing in ICC events. Besides featuring in the team for the 2013 and 2017 editions of the ICC Champions Trophy, Morris was an important part of the South African unit during the 2016 ICC World Twenty20.

The Protean was added to the squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup as a replacement for the injured Anrich Nortje. Our lanky all-rounder will look to make the most of his opportunities at the biggest stage. 

Kagiso Rabada is currently ranked 3rd in ICC's Test Bowling Rankings and 5th in ODI Bowling Rankings. He was at his lethal best during IPL 2019 where he clinched 25 wickets in just 12 matches.

KG already has an envious ODI record. He has clinched 106 wickets in 66 ODIs played at an economy rate of 4.98.

The young speedster came to the spotlight due to his phenomenal display at the 2014 Under-19 World Cup, wherein he amassed 14 wickets in just 5 matches. KG was a vital cog of South Africa's U19 title winning team. The responsibility now rests on his shoulders to spearhead the South African pace attack during the upcoming World Cup.

Colin Munro, who has participated in the 2016 ICC World Twenty20, will make to look the most of his hard-hitting ability in the upcoming 50-over World Cup.

The swashbuckling southpaw was the first player to score 3 centuries in T20Is. Moreover, the experienced campaigner has an exemplary record in the shortest format of the game. He will now be looking to make a huge impact for the Kiwis in the 2019 World Cup and prove his mettle in the longer format as well.

There is a lot of anticipation as the World Cup edges closer. All five of our players look set to embark on a fantastic campaign this summer. Here’s wishing Gabbar, Trent, Munro, Morris and KG, all the very best for the ICC Cricket World Cup.

DC Boys ready to roar in ICC #CWC19!

Cricket’s biggest event is back as the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 begins this week in England & Wales and we’re in for a promising, action-packed summer of cricket with top teams fighting for the ultimate glory!

Five of our DC boys - Shikhar Dhawan, Trent Boult, Colin Munro, Chris Morris, and Kagiso Rabada - will be participating in the blockbuster event and there is plenty to cheer for DC fans.

It will be surreal as these DC teammates will now be vying against each other and play for glory for their respective nations. All of them will have to forget the camaraderie amongst them for the upcoming one and a half months as they are all in contention for the coveted World Cup Title.

Shikhar Dhawan's performance has been astounding in all ICC events he has played in his illustrious career so far. In all, Gabbar has scored 1113 runs in 18 games in three tournaments at an average of 65.47, including 5 centuries. He truly stood out in ICC Champions Trophy 2013 and 17, respectively, as well as the ICC Cricket World Cup 2014/15.

Meanwhile, Kiwi speedster Trent Boult was the joint highest wicket taker in the flagship ICC event in 2015. The Left-arm quick made 22 scalps in the 9 matches at a strike rate of 23.1, average of 16.86, and a commendable economy rate of 4.36.

Currently ranked 2nd on ICC's ODI Bowling Rankings, Trent will be looking to wreak havoc with the ball once again during ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

Coming over to our Protea pack now, Chris Morris also has a wealth of experience playing in ICC events. Besides featuring in the team for the 2013 and 2017 editions of the ICC Champions Trophy, Morris was an important part of the South African unit during the 2016 ICC World Twenty20.

The Protean was added to the squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup as a replacement for the injured Anrich Nortje. Our lanky all-rounder will look to make the most of his opportunities at the biggest stage. 

Kagiso Rabada is currently ranked 3rd in ICC's Test Bowling Rankings and 5th in ODI Bowling Rankings. He was at his lethal best during IPL 2019 where he clinched 25 wickets in just 12 matches.

KG already has an envious ODI record. He has clinched 106 wickets in 66 ODIs played at an economy rate of 4.98.

The young speedster came to the spotlight due to his phenomenal display at the 2014 Under-19 World Cup, wherein he amassed 14 wickets in just 5 matches. KG was a vital cog of South Africa's U19 title winning team. The responsibility now rests on his shoulders to spearhead the South African pace attack during the upcoming World Cup.

Colin Munro, who has participated in the 2016 ICC World Twenty20, will make to look the most of his hard-hitting ability in the upcoming 50-over World Cup.

The swashbuckling southpaw was the first player to score 3 centuries in T20Is. Moreover, the experienced campaigner has an exemplary record in the shortest format of the game. He will now be looking to make a huge impact for the Kiwis in the 2019 World Cup and prove his mettle in the longer format as well.

There is a lot of anticipation as the World Cup edges closer. All five of our players look set to embark on a fantastic campaign this summer. Here’s wishing Gabbar, Trent, Munro, Morris and KG, all the very best for the ICC Cricket World Cup.

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