10. Todd Astle
Todd Astle is a Kiwi bowling all-rounder. He is a leg-spinner and a handy hitter down the order. He debuted in the T20I side in 2016 against Pakistan and has managed to play just 4 games since then. He has not been a consistent player to be in the squad.
9. Mushfiqur Rahim
Mushfiqur Rahim is a Bangladeshi veteran wicker-keeper who is 34 years old. He has been representing the country since 2006 and has played 99 T20I matches scoring 1465 runs with an average of 19.53 and a strike rate of 115.26.
8. Dinesh Chandimal
Dinesh Chandimal is a Sri Lankan wicket-keeping batter. He debuted for the team in 2010 against New Zealand. Since then, he has played 61 T20I matches and has scored 950 runs with an average of just 19.79 and a strike rate of 104.51.
7. Tymal Mills
Tymal Mills is an explosive fast-bowler of the England cricket team. He bowls some swift deliveries and is clever in making variations. Despite having good skills, he has been a very unlucky bowler as he is prone to injuries.
6. Sarfaraz Ahmed
Sarfaraz Ahmed is the former skipper of the Pakistan cricket team in all the three formats. He is a right-handed-wicketkeeper batter. He debuted in T20I in 2010 and has played 60 matches, scoring 812 runs with a strike rate of 126.68.
5. Ravi Rampaul
Ravi Rampaul, the right-arm-fast-medium bowler, was a surprise pick in the T20 World cup squad of West Indies. He debuted in the T20I squad in 2007 against England. But has not been consistent in the squad due to his injuries.
4. Shoaib Malik
Malik was confident to play in the T20 World Cup 2021 but was not included in the preliminary list of the squad of Pakistan. But after the injury of their all-rounder Sohaib Maqsood, Malik was roped in as a replacement in the squad.
3. Bhuvneshwar Kumar
He usually takes wickets in the powerplay overs which breaks the momentum of the opposition but now the players have learned to manage his swinging deliveries as his pace is not so fast and he has failed to pick early wickets.
2. Mohammad Hafeez
Rahul Tripathi’s talent was never in doubt. However, his previous few seasons were topsy-turvy, to say the least. It is IPL 2021 which saw him work on his consistency.
1. Chris Gayle
Chris Gayle is the ambassador of the T20 format. He has been a role model for the players who wanted to be an explosive batter like him. His ability to clear the ropes without moving his feet and the way he makes batting look so easy is astonishing.