Ireland opening batsman Paul Stirling has been named the Cricket World Player of the Week for his consistent performances against Afghanistan in the ongoing One-Day International series in Greater Noida.
For claiming a 12-wicket haul in the second Test in Dhaka and helping Bangladesh to register their maiden Test victory against England and also level the series, off-spinner Mehedi Hasan is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
For scoring a blistering century to help South Africa chase down 372 in the third One-Day International against Australia in Durban and ensure a series victory, David Miller is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
Pakistan leg-spinner Yasir Shah is the Cricket World Player of the Week for registering his maiden 10-wicket haul that put his team in the course of a dramatic victory in the first Test against England at Lord's.
For his flamboyant unbeaten innings of 82 off just 51 deliveries against Australia in the final game of the Super 10 stage in Mohali which propelled India to the semi-finals of the ICC World Twenty20, Virat Kohli is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
For scoring his second World Twenty20 century and powering West Indies to a comfortable victory over England in the 15th game of the tournament in Mumbai, Chris Gayle is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
For scoring 233 runs in just three games of the ICC World Twenty20 tournament and being the cornerstone for Bangladesh's qualification to the Super 10 stage, Tamim Iqbal is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
The International Cricket Council has reprimanded Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan for hitting the stumps at the striker's end after being dismissed in the game against Pakistan in the 2016 Asia Cup in Mirpur.
In all honesty, Bangladesh are highly unlikely to reach the quarter-finals of this year's World Cup despite having recognised players like Tamim Iqbal, Mushfiqur Rahim and Shakib Al Hasan in their squad.