Bangladesh bowling star carter Mustafizur Rahman has won the Debutant of the Year title for 2015 at the Maruti Suzuki ESPNcricinfo Awards. This is the first time for Bangladeshi player to win this prize. And he is the first player who signs for Sussex form Bangladesh.
Mustafizur, who made a superior position in one-day international cricket against India in June 2015, was voted by ESPNcricinfo’s clients. The Maruti Suzuki ESPNcricinfo Awards in various cricket classifications were declared on Monday.
Mustafizur got 13 wickets and offered Bangladesh some assistance with winning the three-match ODI series against India and perform the other match in international cricket one day and T20 also. He made his T20 debut against Pakistan prior in April and secured two wickets. Among the bowlers who have taken more than 30 global wickets in 2015, Mustafizur’s normal and strike rate (19.5) are the best, as indicated by the ESPNcricinfo.
New Zealander Kane Williamson’s profession most astounding unbeaten 242 in Wellington against Sri Lanka has been voted the top Test batting execution of 2015. The Test knocking down some pins honor went to England’s Stuart Broad, whose 8 for 15 at Trent Bridge skittled Australia out for 60, making ready for England to recover the Ashes.
New Zealand players won three recompenses this year. Tim Southee took the ODI playing grant for his 7 for 33, which packaged England out for 123 in less than 34 overs the World Cup; and Brendon McCullum won the Captain of the Year title.
The best ODI batting performance award went to AB de Villiers, whose 149 off 44 balls against the West Indies at the Wanderers contained the fastest ODI hundred (off 31 balls) and fastest fifty (16 balls).
This year’s awards were voted on by a jury of former players – among them, Ian Chappell, Mahela Jayawardene, Jeff Dujon, Courtney Walsh, John Wright, Mark Butcher, Mark Nicholas – and ESPNcricinfo’s senior writers and editors.