10. Ireland- Curtis Campher

As an associate nation, the Ireland team is often known to punch above their weight. They have often give big sides a setback, especially in the ICC tournaments. However, during the qualifier stage of the 2021 World T20, the Irish team exhibited a very average outing.

9. Bangladesh- Shoriful Islam

Even in bilateral cricket across formats, Bangladesh exhibits a lot of topsy-turvy results. Their legendary players and the current young crop are in big due to winning a high profile series in recent times. Nevertheless, despite having a reasonable 2021, Shoriful Islam’s express pace can be a big find for them at present.

8. West Indies- Jayden Seales

While the heroics of Kyle Mayers in Bangladesh has rewarded him an extended rope in the Test squad, the 20-year old Jayden Seales has also made a promising buzz. The pacer has bagged 16 wickets at an average of 21.31 in just four Tests.

7. Sri Lanka- Charith Asalanka

The left-handed batter is certainly a find of the year for Sri Lankan team management. The southpaw, from his eight ODIs in 2021, has scored a total of 326 runs at a solid average of 40.75. By dwelling himself in the middle-order, Asalanka not only can rotate strike but also can smoothly play the big shots.

6. Pakistan- Haris Rauf

In his brief stay of six ODI games, the 28-year old has scalped 13 wickets. In the T20Is, where the speedster was highly questioned, Rauf has taken 25 wickets from 23 games that too bowling most of the difficult overs. Even in the 2021 World T20, Rauf was the only second to Shadab Khan in terms of wickets.

5. South Africa- Janneman Malan

Specifically, Malan, who currently averages 82.62 in ODIs, is the overall second-highest run-scorer of the format in 2021. The Protea batter has a tally of 509 runs in just seven ODIs, and has amassed two fifties and two centuries.

4. New Zealand- Devon Conway

The southpaw, who had just started representing New Zealand in late 2020, brightly blazed in all the formats. In ODIs, Conway scored a hundred and a fifty from his total three games, averaging a whopping 75.In Tests cricket, the top-order batter scored a double-century on debut at Lord’s and is currently averaging 63.16.

3. England- Ollie Robinson

Robinson certainly looks a majestic prospect for England especially when once the ageing James Anderson retires. All in all, though now the cricketer will endure a challenging test in the ongoing Ashes, his stack of 32 wickets including two fifers makes him a very laudable find of 2021.

2. Australia- Riley Meredith

For Australia, the year 2021 so far has been a bittersweet one. In the T20Is prior to the T20 World Cup, the team lost a spree of bilateral series. At their home, Justin Langer and his men also failed to win the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. But ultimately, the Kangaroos admirably bagged their maiden T20 World Cup title.

1. India- Suryakumar Yadav

In the T20Is, Yadav has also scored a total of 244 runs in the 11 games, more importantly striking the ball at a rate of 155.41. Perhaps the kind of aggressive template that team India is looking to implement is something that this bloke already embodies.