11. Shaheen Shah Afridi

Shaheen Afridi, the tall, left-arm fast bowler, instilled fear in the hearts of all Indian supporters when he dismissed Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul on completely unplayable balls.

10. Adam Zampa

Adam Zampa was instrumental in Australia reaching the T20 World Cup finals. His ability to stifle the opposition’s run-flow in the middle overs aided Australia in putting pressure on the opposition.

9. Trent Boult

Trent Boult was another left-arm fast bowler who wreaked havoc in this World Cup. Boult, who was previously regarded as a powerplay specialist, proved everyone wrong by demonstrating his excellent prowess at the death.

8. Chris Woakes

Designated as a Test specialist, Chris Woakes brought in his Test match experience into the white-ball format. He was given the role of a powerplay specialist by Eoin Morgan and he performed that role with perfection.

7. Wanindu Hasaranga

With his outstanding performances for the island nation, Sri Lanka’s star player, Wanindu Hasaranga, established his presence on the international stage. With his googlies, he bamboozled the associate nations and single-handedly propelled Sri Lanka into the Super 12s.

6. Moeen Ali

Moeen Ali, England’s star all-rounder, was crucial to the team’s success in the tournament. After a successful stint with the Chennai Super Kings in the IPL 2021, he entered the World Cup on the strength of strong performances in the cash-rich league.

5. Aiden Markram

Aiden Markram, resembles the legendary Jacques Kallis. He is a very stylish player because of his upright stance and superb temperament to play shots both off the front and back foot. His back-foot cover drive is a shot that exudes class.

4. Charith Asalanka

Charith Asalanka, was one of the most emerging talents in this World Cup. Making No.3 position his own in this struggling Sri Lankan side, he played some breathtaking knocks on some tough pitches that assisted spin.

3. Babar Azam (c)

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. David Warner

David Warner had only one goal in mind: redemption. Warner warmed the SRH benches during IPL 2021 after being removed from the captaincy and then the playing XI.

1. Jos Buttler (wk)

The explosive English wicketkeeper-batsman, Jos Buttler, was the World Cup’s most spectacular English player. After taking a break from the second leg of the IPL 2021, he returned and decimated every opponent.