11. Tymal Mills (England)

Tymal Mills was a star in white-ball cricket, especially in the 2017 period. Known for his quick pace and some smart slow deliveries, Tymal Mills did show his potential to the cricketing world in that period.

10. Haris Rauf (Pakistan)

Haris Rauf is a quality pacer who has got a bright future with the sport. During the 2020 BBL edition, he scalped 20 wickets in 10 matches, including a hattrick for the Melbourne Stars.

9. Adil Rashid (England)

Some might remember Adil Rashid‘s top-notch performances in the 50-over format, as his ODI numbers suggest (159 wickets in 112 matches and an economy rate of 5.65). But, his skills in the shortest form are highly underrated.

8. Maheesh Theekshana (Sri Lanka)

Maheesh Theekshana, an emerging Sri Lankan off-break bowler, is someone worth checking out. His performance in this tournament with the spin and turns has been commendable.

7. Dwaine Pretorius (South Africa)

Dwaine Pretorius is probably one of the most underrated player’s in this tournament. This tall and skilled player has been impeccable with his bowling skills for the Proteas.

6. Shimron Hetmyer (West Indies)

Even with a strong and experienced lineup, the defending champions, West Indies didn’t have a great run in this tournament. Also, this is the first time since 2012 that the Men in Maroon got knocked out in an ICC WT20 tournament.

5. Asif Ali (Pakistan)

When we talk about a T20I game, it’s not just about a player’s highest runs or wicket count. It’s all about the impact made by the player, which can turn the match at any point in time. And Asif Ali acts as the best example for it.

4. Charith Asalanka (Sri Lanka)

When it comes to a team with a mixture of inexperience and determination, it has to be the Sri Lankan lions. Though they haven’t qualified to the semi-finals, the team’s emerging players have been in talks for quite a time.

3. Rassie van der Dussen (South Africa)

Rassie van der Dussen is probably one of the most underrated batsmen the cricketing world has ever seen. Not only in this WT20 tournament, but he was impeccable in the 2019 World Cup for the Proteas.

2. Daryl Mitchell (New Zealand)

Daryl Mitchell is one of those batters that has shown their class caliber in the shortest format. The opening combination of him and Martin Guptill has been one of the plus points of the Kiwi squad.

1. Jatinder Singh (Oman)

He was the sole and crucial run-getter for the Omani side. His swashbuckling innings of 72 runs off 42 balls against Papua New Guinea (PNG) did display some quality batting from the opener.