10. Sheldon Jackson
While he has been sensational in the domestic circuit, he has been unable to make it to the national side. Year after year, he manages to score runs for his domestic side, but still, he is unable to make it to the national side.
9. Aiden Markram
Aiden Markram was a relatively lesser-known face in the T20 circuit. But, his performances have made him a popular name in the game. For the Proteas, he has been nothing short of sensational.
8. Jitesh Sharma
Jitesh Sharma has been in the domestic circuit for over eight years. Since his debut, he has been a decent T20 batsman for his team. With 1289 runs in 51 matches, any team would like to have Jitesh in the lineup.
7. Tanmay Agarwal
Tanmay was bought by the Hyderabad-based franchise. But, he is well known for his contributions to the domestic circuit. In 50 T20Is, he has scored 1477 runs at a strike rate of nearly 130. Adding on, he has the highest score of 97 as well.
6. Rassie van der Dussen
Rassie has been the best South African batsman in the T20 World Cup. He scored 177 runs in 5 games for the Proteas. Because of his stellar performances, South Africa remained in the race for the semi-final spot till the last match of the Super 12 stage.
5. Adam Zampa
Zampa has picked a five-wicket haul in the 2021 T20 World Cup. He has been bowling with an economy rate of 5.73 and a bowling average of 9.9 shows that even if he is unable to pick wickets on rare occasions, he can stop the flow of runs.
4. Akshay Karnewar
As Akshay created an unbreakable record, he picked up 2 wickets in his spell as well. Talking about his overall performance, he has played 44 matches and picked 43 wickets. He has the best bowling figure of 4/5 in a T20 game.
3. Daryl Mitchell
Daryl Mitchell became a national hero when he anchored the Kiwi innings against England during the semi-final. He outclassed the English bowlers as he maintained his composure throughout the innings.
2. Liam Livingstone
Liam Livingstone is one of the most improved cricketers on the planet. He has been destructive with the bat, economical with the ball, and excellent in the field. An all-rounder is what IPL teams are looking for, and hence, he might be sold in millions for his services.
1. James Neesham
In the 2021 T20 World Cup, he has been bowling the 20th over. With the likes of Boult and Southee failing to push the brakes in death overs, Neesham has excelled to play the role of the death bowler. This makes him one of the best all-rounders available in the market.