5. Dirk Nannes (2011)

Talking about his international career, the 45-year old gathered a reputation of bowling fiery spells in the Australian domestic setup before he played for Australia in the 2010 T20 World Cup. The left-arm bowler has played 17 T20I matches in which he has scalped a total of 28 wickets at an average of 16.39.

4. Travis Head (2016)

Head played ten matches for the franchise, picking up two wickets and scoring 205 runs at a good strike rate of 138.51, with his highest score being 75. Despite his good performance, the 28-year-old is yet to secure an IPL contract after his two-year stint with Royal Challengers Bangalore.

3. Eoin Morgan (2010)

The skipper of the England team that won the ICC World Cup 2019, the 35-year old has established himself as one of the most destructive batters going around. Morgan has a strike rate of 135.7 in T20Is with an average of almost 30 further which justifies that he can be an asset for any team he plays for.

2. Nic Maddinson (2014)

In two matches, the 30-year old scored just 16 runs that too at a meek strike rate of 95.24. As he failed to perform, the franchise dropped him from the playing XI. Later in the tournament, the left-handed batter suffered an injury and was forced to fly out making way for South African batter Rilee Rossouw to replace him.

1. Andrew McDonald (2012)

In bowling, the right-arm medium pacer took five wickets in total ten overs he bowled in that season. In 2013, the all-rounder represented RCB in only one match before he was dropped. Later on, McDonald also served as a bowling coach for the franchise in 2016 along with Bharat Arun and was given the sole responsibility to guide RCB bowlers in 2017 after Arun left the camp.