11. Jasprit Bumrah

Bumrah also played only the five T20 World Cup matches. He was the leading wicket-taker of the Indian side in the World Cup with seven wickets. His economy of 5.08 is unbelievable and features in the leader board of the most economical list.

10. Mohammed Shami

Mohammed Shami, the seam bowler of India has troubled the batters all around the world with his seaming express deliveries. He is known for his accurate Yorkers and sharp bouncers. He had a decent outing this year.

9. Bhuvneshwar Kumar

The 31-year-old bowler was selected in the T20 World Cup squad but did not provide his best service to the team. But still, his statistics for this year definitely rank him in the list, as he is the highest wicket-taker of the Indian T20I side this year.

8. Ravichandran Ashwin

This doyen played five matches and took nine wickets with a staggering economy of 5.25. He still made a comeback amongst the young Indian spinners after four long years, as he still has many variations under his sleeve. His performance this year looks like his reservation in the T20I side for the future.

7. Shardul Thakur

The 30-year-old medium-pacer is a hit the deck bowler, who can swing the ball away from the right-handers. Currently, he is the lead pacer of Mumbai in domestic cricket and also a constant member of the Indian team. He is becoming a star in the making as an all-rounder.

6. Ravindra Jadeja

Ravindra Jadeja has evolved as a precious gem of the Indian side. He is one of the players who can surprise the opposition with his performance in batting, bowling, and fielding. He hasn’t played much of T20I matches this year due to injuries and rests.

5. Rishabh Pant (wk)

This year has been a splendid one for the youngster Rishabh Pant. He has been the consistent wicketkeeper of the Indian side this year. After the retirement of the legendary Dhoni, Pant has done well in recent years to manage to fit in the vacant spot.

4. Suryakumar Yadav

Suryakumar Yadav after a long wait, debuted for the Indian T20I team in a match against England in March this year. In his second match and in his first batting appearance itself, he hit 57 runs and bagged the man of the match award.

3. Virat Kohli (c)

Virat Kohli is arguably one of the finest batters that the country has ever produced. He has been even drawn comparisons with the great Sachin Tendulkar. Virat took over the captaincy of the Indian limited-overs side in 2017 and has been a terrific leader to look forward to.

2.KL Rahul

It has been a rollercoaster T20I career year for the classy KL Rahul. His first phase of the T20I campaign this year was not up to the mark and had a poor run against England with two ducks in his four matches. Rahul’s fortunes changed once the IPL started.

1. Rohit Sharma (C)

“The Hitman” is the highest T20I run-getter for India this year and was the second-highest of the team in the ICC T20 World Cup. His opening in the powerplay has been explosive and has always guided the team to a good position with his batting.