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“Ian Bishop for Windies in 2024,” Twitter reacts as Sam Curran won player of the tournament after being a commentator in the 2021 T20 WC

Sam Curran picked 13 wickets in the T20 World Cup 2022.

Fans on Twitter reacted hilariously after English all-rounder Sam Curran won the Player of the Tournament after being a commentator in the T20 World Cup 2022. They backed Ian Bishop to do the same for West Indies in the next tournament.

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Sam Curran win Player of the Tournament in the T20 World Cup 2022

The T20 World Cup 2022 concluded with England winning the cup under the leadership of Jos Buttler. However, one player that played an instrumental role in the success of the tournament was all-rounder Sam Curran.

Curran was the best bowler of England as he took 13 wickets in the tournament and was also awarded Player of the Tournament. Not only in the power play but the southpaw was arguably the best bowler in the deaths.

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Curran played a staggering role in the final for England against Pakistan. He made a mockery of Pakistani batters and took four wickets in his spell, returning with the figure 3/12. He took the wickets of Mohammad Rizwan (15), Shan Masood (38) and Mohammad Nawaz (5) to put the opposition under immense pressure.

The left-arm pacer was awarded Player of the Match and helped England win their second title of the T20 World Cup. Many fans and pundits lauded him for his performance as they feel that the bowler was the main reason behind England’s win.

Twitter reacts hilariously as Sam Curran wins player of the tournament after being a commentator in the 2021 T20 WC

Fans on Twitter reacted hilariously after Sam Curran won player of the tournament after being a commentator in the 2021 T20 WC. They jokingly bring in the angle of Ian Bishop and said that commentator will win the award next year. Notably, Curran was injured during the last edition of the event and did commentating duties. Here are some of the reactions:

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