Three Aussies in ICC team of T20 World Cup

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Victorious Australians David Warner, Adam Zampa and Josh Hazlewood have been named in the International Cricket Council's team of the Twenty20 World Cup.

First-time Cup winners Australia had the most players included in the team - captained by Pakistan skipper Babar Azam - that was picked by a panel of commentators, former international players and journalists.

South Africa, Sri Lanka and England had two players each, with Babar, the tournament's top-scorer, and New Zealand seamer Trent Boult rounding out the selection.

Opener Warner racked up a tally of 289 runs - the second most of the tournament - at a healthy average of 48.16 and was also named player of the tournament after helping propel his team to victory in Sunday's Dubai final against New Zealand.

Legspinner Zampa took 13 wickets at 12.07 across his seven matches while conceding at an average of 5.81 runs an over.

Hazlewood was second only to Boult among pacemen on the tournament's wicket-takers list, snaring 11 wickets at 15.90.

England's Jos Buttler was chosen to don the wicketkeeping gloves with England's Moeen Ali picked as the all-rounder.

ICC team of the tournament: - David Warner (Australia), Joss Buttler (England), Babar Azam (capt, Pakistan), Charith Asalanka (Sri Lanka), Aiden Markram (South Africa), Moeen Ali (England), Waninda Hasaraanga (Sri Lanka), Adam Zampa (Australia), Josh Hazlewood (Australia), Trent Boult (New Zealand), Anrich Nortje (South Africa).

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