Rating all teams' performances in T20 World Cup 2021

Rating all teams’ performances in T20 World Cup 2021

Australia stamped their supremacy yet again by finally clinching their maiden T20 WC title.

Australia cricket team
Australia cricket team. (Photo by Alex Davidson/Getty Images)

The Seventh Edition of the T20 World Cup has finally come to an end with the winners Australia lifting their maiden T20 World Cup. This tournament has been full of a rollercoaster ride for the fans and players of the teams.

In a competing and fleeting tournament like this, it had been very hard for the teams to segregate their best playing combinations. When the teams found out their best combinations and when the plans started to work for them, it had become too late to sustain in this tough tournament.

Many teams have performed well more than their expectations but since any game comes to an end with just a single winner, the teams which have had one bad day also have been ruled out of the tournament. Meanwhile, some teams who were termed to be the favourites of the tournament such as India and West Indies did not perform up to their mark.

Ranking teams’ performances throughout T20 World Cup

12. Scotland-2/10

Scotland v Bangladesh
Scotland.. (Photo Source: Twitter/T20 World Cup)

Scotland, the team which entered into the T20 World Cup’s qualifying stage as underdogs, created history by stepping into the Super 12 stage for the first time with a streak of winning all three games defeating and surpassing the Test-playing nation Bangladesh.

Kyle Coetzer, the captain of the Scottish team was very confident to lead the team to the super 12 stages and he and his men showed their capabilities to the cricketing fraternity through the entry into the massive stage.

But when the team stepped into the real arena, the team did struggle a lot to find a winning way. But they did put up a tough fight in the match against New Zealand but failed to win it. The team finished the tournament without winning a game in the Super 12, but would have definitely learned a lot from the senior teams in this tournament and could come back stronger in the next edition.