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Published: 5:33 PM, 12/7/2021
| Updated: 11:06 PM, 12/7/2021
The Bangladeshi women’s cricketer Nahida Akter was nominated ICC Player of the Month for November, the ICC confirmed in a press release on Tuesday.
Nahida won 13 wickets in four one-day days in November Women’s internationals, 11 of which were scored in the three-game series against Zimbabwe in Zimbabwe and the remaining two against Pakistan in a qualifier for the ICC Women’s World Cup in the same country that won Bangladesh.
Nahida, a left-arm spinner, is the first Bangladeshi cricketer to be nominated for the award.
Earlier this year, Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib Al Hasan and Nasum Ahmed were nominated in the men’s category, as were Mushfiq and Shakib won the award.
In the men’s category, the Pakistani Abid Ali was nominated for his performance against Bangladesh in the current test series and is against the New Zealander Tim Southee and the Australian David Warner compete for the prize.
The winners will be determined by the ICC Voting Academy and the fans registered on the ICC website.
The ICC Voting Academy, made up of well-known journalists, former Players, broadcasters and members of the ICC Hall of Fame together holds 90 percent of the vote.
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