The World Cup final is the only remaining match in the tournament, and it’s time for selectors to choose the team of the tournament. The Indians have been exceptional throughout the tournament, winning their way through the group stage and reaching 10 victories with their semi-final win against New Zealand. Other in-form sides include Australia and South Africa, while teams like Afghanistan and the Netherlands have surprised the cricketing world with improved performances. Players like Virat Kohli, Quinton de Kock, Adam Zampa, and Mohammed Shami are contenders for player of the tournament honours, with Kohli being the favorite after scoring a record 711 runs. The Roar HQ cricket experts have finalized their respective teams and have come up with a consensus XI. The batting line-up was relatively smooth, with Proteas keeper Quinton de Kock as an obvious choice for one of the openers, and Rohit Sharma surging ahead of David Warner for the other spot. Kohli and New Zealand’s Rachin Ravindra also made the cut, along with Daryl Mitchell and Glenn Maxwell. The selection of all-rounder Marco Jansen was made after much deliberation, and Mohammed Shami heads the bowling department with 23 wickets. Other players like Jasprit Bumrah and Dilshan Madushanka also made the team. Have your say in the comments below.