11. Lahiru Kumara
Just like his other partner Dushmantha Chameera, even this 24-year old was aggressively pounced by the elite batters. However, hopefully, in the next T20 World Cup, the pacy Australian wickets might suit their overall pace bowling
10. Varun Chakravarthy
The 30-year old’s performances in the mega event have been very moderate and average. His mystery element barely troubled the opponent batters and has gone wicketless in the mega event.
9. Dushmantha Chameera
Chameera’s bowling has gone completely off his radar. The 29-year old from his five Super 12 games could only pick a total of 4 wickets that too at a higher economy of 9.8.
8. Adam Milne
Adam Milne’s reasonable performances might cause them a flinty day to endure inside the park. Hence maybe now in knockout stages, skipper Williamson might have to contemplate Milne’s place in the playing side as they have already stormed through finals.
7. Afif Hossain
Afif has a fifer on debut along with a reputation of being an aggressive top-order batter during his U-19 days. Hence hopefully by being in the mix of the national team, Afif Hossain can serve well ahead to his nation.
6. Andre Russell
Overall, even with the ball, the all-rounder picked three wickets from his four games. Eventually, his utterly inferior performances can be one of the focal reasons regarding WI’s horrible exit.
5. Rahmanullah Gurbaz
Though the batter in his first game against Scotland had started splendidly with a score of 46, eventually, his overall average only turned out to be just 17 in the end.
4. Avishka Fernando
Avishka Fernando emerged out to be the weakest link of the side. Perhaps his batting position in the middle-order can be the biggest cause of his severe default in the mega event.
3. Liton Das
The Bangladeshis undoubtedly were the biggest disappointments of the tournament but Liton Das’s inconsistency at the top was an unfortunate event to occur. Hopefully, in the next World T20, the youngster can be backed to show his true potential.
2. Quinton De Kock (C & WK)
De Kock only managed to pile up a mediocre total of 69 runs at an average of 17.25. From his 4 games, the left-handed batter’s best score was mere 34 runs against England.
1. Chris Gayle
The 42-year old was expected to fire on full cylinders. But sadly again the outcome has been very poor as only a total of 45 runs have come from the veteran’s blade. By dreadfully averaging in single digits (9), Gayle could only register the best score of 15.