15. KL Rahul: 8/10
He along with Rohit Sharma, made a hattrick of 50-run partnership in the last three games. But just like Rohit, it was the same case with KL Rahul, who couldn’t show his calibre against Pakistan and New Zealand.
14. Jasprit Bumrah: 8/10
When it comes to the most consistent player for the Indian team in this tournament, it has to be Jasprit Bumrah. The former No.1 T20I bowler has been the biggest asset for Team India’s bowling department.
13. Rohit Sharma: 7.5/10
He contributed well enough with the bat. Also, after Virat Kohli stepped down as the T20I captain for the national side, he is set to take the responsibility of leading the team in the upcoming T20I clashes.
12. Ravi Ashwin: 7.5/10
Having made a comeback to white-ball cricket after four years, the off-spinner was economical and gave some crucial wickets to the side. Kudos to Ashwin’s consistent performance in this tournament.
11. Mohammed Shami: 7/10
He scalped a total of six wickets in his campaign and picked two three-wicket hauls against Afghanistan (3/32) and Scotland (3/15). Overall, he showed his skills in this tournament with his pace and swing.
10. Ravindra Jadeja: 7/10
The underwhelming aspect would be his batting. In this tournament, he wasn’t impactful and couldn’t obtain a swashbuckling inning for the team. He just scored a mere 49 runs in his two-innings campaign.
9. Rishabh Pant: 6/10
In the tournament, Rishabh Pant did well with the wicketkeeping gloves. In terms of batting, many expected it to be better. Though he made some runs for the side, he didn’t quite live up to the expectations.
8. Virat Kohli: 5/10
Scoring 66 runs in his three innings and having a mere average of 34, he was mediocre in his batting. His crucial half-century against Pakistan was the only highlight from his bat.
7. Suryakumar Yadav: 5/10
Suryakumar made a mere 42 runs in his three-innings campaign and didn’t leave an impacting impression with the bat in this tournament. And we hope to see some decent performances from him in the future as the 2022 WT20 is advancing.
6. Hardik Pandya: 5/10
Coming to the batting, he did make an impact with his power-hitting and got some crucial runs, but it wasn’t up to the mark. As an all-rounder in whole, he didn’t perform to the fullest in the tournament for Team India.
5. Varun Chakravarthy: 5/10
Having played three matches in the tournament, he went wicketless. It was just against Scotland, where the leggie was economical in his performance for Team India.
4. Ishan Kishan: 4/10
Ishan Kishan has been a batting prodigy and is one to look out for in the cricketing world. Known for his controlled power-hitting, many expected him to display the same in the tournament.
3. Shardul Thakur: 4/10
After some stellar performances in the red-ball format against Australia and England and being a valuable asset for Chennai Super Kings, everyone had high expectations from Shardul Thakur.
2. Bhuvneshwar Kumar: 4/10
When we talk about Bhuvneshwar Kumar, he has been the most economical bowler the team has ever had. Thanks to his swinging deliveries, he has been a pivotal wicket-taker for the Indian cricket team.
1. Rahul Chahar: 4/10
Rahul Chahar is a budding spinner and the cricketing world has known him from his IPL stints. But he was a surprise pick in the tournament, as many cricket fanatics weren’t expecting him to replace one of the best spinners in the sport, Yuzvendra Chahal.