T20 World Cup 2021: Rating the batting performances of the Super 12 teams

T20 World Cup 2021: Rating the batting performances of the Super 12 teams

From the qualifying rounds to the Super 12 and then the finals, the tournament had every element that made it an intriguing one for the cricketing fraternity.

Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul
Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI/AFP via Getty Images)

The T20 World Cup 2021 was quite an eventful affair. With all the twists and turns, it kept the on-lookers all entertained throughout the tournament. It also brought in a lot of surprise elements that furthered garnered the audacity of the mega event.

The teams that entered the high-profile tournament as the favorites did not have an easy path. While a few teams struggled to make their mark, others did not leave a single stone unturned to exude their sheer dominance in the multination event. From the qualifying rounds to the Super 12s and then the finals, it had every element that made it an intriguing tournament for the cricketing fraternity.

However, there were a few sides that weren’t able to leave a lasting impact and experienced a tough time despite good form by their side. As the T20 World Cup 2021 ended on a high note, let’s try to dig deeper to analyze the performances of the teams that advanced to the Super 12 stages.

In the article, we rate the batting performances of the Super 12 teams in the T20 World Cup 2021

1. Scotland – 3/10

Richie Berrington
Richie Berrington. (Photo Source: Twitter/T20WorldCup)

The team topped the table in the qualifying round by securing three straight victories in the tournament. Scotland looked in splendid form as they defeated Bangladesh, Oman, and PNG to advance to the super 12s. However, the team wasn’t able to continue its momentum further.

They struggled to secure victory in the super 12 stage and finished the tournament with no wins from five matches. Their batting order experienced a collapse against the strong opponents as they found it difficult to put up an impressive showing. In the first match against Afghanistan in the super 12s, the team was wrapped up at just 60 runs whilst chasing a total of 191.

The scripts quite didn’t change in other matches as well as they struggled to make an impact in the tournament. Their batting order, however, punched above their weights in the game against New Zealand but fell 16 runs short.