5. Chris Cairns (New Zealand)

Cairns made only three runs in two T20I matches he played in his career. However, that does not reflect his true colors. In 267 matches including both ODIs and Tests, Cairns scored 8,270 runs with a total of nine centuries under his belt. Cairns had hit 87 sixes in Tests and cleared the ropes 153 times in his ODI career.

4. BJ Watling (New Zealand)

The 36-year old represented New Zealand in five T20 matches in which he scored only 38 runs at an average of 9.5. Watling never managed to clear the ropes for a maximum in his T20I career but had stroked three fours. It was also quite evident that Watling was not much of a big hitter, as he played with a strike rate of 65.52.

3. Wavell Hinds (West Indies)

West Indies batting all-rounder Wavell Hinds was one of the finest ball hitters during the early 2000s. After making his ODI debut in 1999, Hinds had to wait for about six years to get his call-up to the T20 squad. The 45-year old made his debut against New Zealand in February 2006.

2. Alastair Cook (England)

The left-handed batter represented England in four T20 matches in which he managed to make 61 runs at an average of 15.25. His strike rate was also not much impressive as he scored his runs at 112.96. Cook had stroked ten fours in his short T20I career but never managed to clear the ropes for a maximum.

1. Imam-ul-Haq (Pakistan)

The 26-year-old could not perform well for his side in the debut match, as he managed to score only seven runs off ten deliveries, without hitting a single boundary. The match was also won by England, as they chased a target of 174 with four balls to spare in their chase.