11. Mustafizur Rahman

The Bangladeshi left-arm fast bowler, Mustafizur Rahman, struggled during the T20 World Cup. He was better than his teammates, but he failed at the most important aspect of bowling – picking wickets.

10. Lahiru Kumara

During the group stages of the World Cup, the Sri Lankan speedster performed admirably. Kumara proved to be a reliable asset for the Sri Lankans, rattling the associate nations with his raw pace.

9. Varun Chakravarthy

Varun Chakravarthy, an Indian mystery spinner, has been the best spinner in the last two seasons of the IPL. He performed so well in the previous season that the Indian selectors chose him for the World Cup due to his mystery.

8. Dwayne Bravo

He only scored 26 runs in the World Cup, with four single-digit scores. He batted at number 8 for his team, way down the order. In fact, he was promoted for the game against England, but he failed to justify his promotion, scoring only 5 runs.

7. Andre Russell

Andre Russell was a pillar for the West Indies during their successful T20 World Cup campaign in 2016. In this version, however, he failed miserably. After being sidelined due to injury during his stint with the Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL, he entered the World Cup to bolster the two-time champions’ campaign.

6. Hardik Pandya

He had a good year in 2020, but his career has taken a turn for the worse in 2021. After battling a number of injuries over the past year, he was unable to bowl in the World Cup, which severely hampered India’s bowling attack.

5. Mushfiqur Rahim

Mushfiqur Rahim, Bangladesh’s most experienced cricketer, was held in high regards. Unfortunately, he did not live up to the expectations placed on him and had a miserable World Cup campaign.

4. Jonny Bairstow

This T20 World Cup was a colossal failure for Jonny Bairstow. Normally an opener, he was moved to the middle order by England and he couldn’t perform. Batting at number four in this World Cup exposed his technical shortcomings.

3. Avishka Fernando

Sri Lanka’s ploy of inserting Avishka Fernando in the middle order failed miserably. He is regarded as one of Sri Lanka’s brightest talents. He showed glimpses of his talent in World Cup 2019, but this T20 World Cup was a disaster for him.

2. Quinton De Kock (C & WK)

Quinton De Kock was one of South Africa’s most experienced players, so there was a lot riding on him in this World Cup. Despite the fact that South Africa won four of five games, de Kock disappointed everyone.

1. Chris Gayle

The West Indies legend and swashbuckling opener in T20 format, Chris Gayle, formally bid farewell to World Cups after a poor performance that resulted in his team failing to qualify for the semi-final.