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ICC Player of the month: Mushfiur Rahim, Kathtyn Bryce bag the award

Mushfiur Rahim of Bangladesh

Dubai, June 14: The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Monday (June 14) announced the winners of the ICC Player of the Month Awards for May which recognise and celebrate the best performances from both male and female cricketers across all forms of international cricket.

All-rounder Kathryn Bryce from Scotland was deservingly voted the ICC Women's Player of the Month for May 2021. She is the first player from Scotland, male, or female, to make it to the top 10 of the batting or bowling lists in the ICC Player Rankings. Kathryn played four T20Is against Ireland where she scored 96 runs and took 5 wickets with an economy rate of 4.76 in the month of May, said ICC in a release.

Commenting on Kathryn's performance in May, Ramiz Raja representing the ICC Voting Academy said: "Kathryn's all-round game came through in a series that her team lost. She batted with flair and bowled well too and deserved to be the player of the month for May."

From the Bangladesh camp, Mushfiqur Rahim was deservingly named the ICC Men's Player of the Month for May 2021. Mushfiqur played one Test and three ODIs against Sri Lanka in the month of May where he helped Bangladesh win their first ODI series against Sri Lanka by scoring 125 in the second ODI.

Commenting on Rahim's performance, VVS Laxman representing the ICC Voting Academy added: "Even after 15 years at the highest level, Mushfiqur has not lost his appetite for run-making. He was at his imperious best in the one-day series at home against Sri Lanka, a picture of consistency with the highlight being 125 in the second match which helped his side secure a winning 2-0 lead in the three-match series.

"What made his feat even more notable was that it was Bangladesh's first-ever ODI series triumph against the 1996 World Cup champions. To shore up the middle order and don the wicket-keeping gloves speaks volumes of his fitness and skills."

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Story first published: Monday, June 14, 2021, 14:11 [IST]
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