5. Mushfiqur Rahim

On top of that, for the longest period, Rahim was Bangladesh’s top wicketkeeper. However, with the emergence of players like Liton Das and Nurul Hasan, Rahim is getting closer to a stage where he can be dispensable.

4. Mohammad Shahzad

The talented wicketkeeper from Afghanistan has seen many ups and downs in his life. Before this T20 World Cup, he was out of the side for more than two years. Hence, there was a bit of surprise over his inclusion in the first place.

3. Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Some of that has to be attributed to the fact that he has had few injuries which didn’t allow him to keep himself in regular shape. On top of that, fans should also point out that since the pandemic started, he has never really played regular cricket.

2. Shoaib Malik

The veteran of Pakistan cricket has been around forever. He made his debut in 1999 and by looking at his 18-ball 54 against Scotland, it is safe to say that he still has probably another decade of cricket left in him.

1. Mohammad Hafeez

Ever since he was sidelined and then eventually announced his retirement from ODI cricket, Hafeez has done everything properly to get back to play for Pakistan in the T20I format.