5. Devon Conway 

In only seven matches he played, he made a total of 252 runs, with the highest score of 87. If only he played in a few more games, the result could have been different for Chennai. 

4. Mitchell Santner

Also being an outstanding fielder, Santner did not get enough games this time. With only six games to his name, he bagged four wickets at an economy of 6.9. 

3. Simarjeet Singh

Singh got a total of six games to play this season, that too very late in the tournament. He went underutilized because of the number of matches he made the playing XI in. 

2. Matheesha Pathirana

In the two games he played, he bagged two wickets with an economy of over seven. Due to Deepak Chahar’s injury, Pathirana might have been a good option if he had gotten enough time.

1. Rajvardhan Hangargekar

This youngster’s services were never utilized by the team management and the captain. He took four wickets in six matches of the U19 world cup and played some crucial cameos at the end.