5. 51(41) against Rajasthan Royals, Dubai

While the highlight of his innings was milking singles and doubles off the opposition bowlers, he became aggressive at the proper moment. He scored five fours and a single six, and he ably assisted Jason Roy in completing the run chase in just 18 overs.

4. 66(51) against Delhi Capitals, Chennai:

He scored 66 (51) in a game where other batters struggled to accelerate. On a sluggish Chennai pitch that continued to slow down as the ball became older, a bowling attack comprising of Kagiso Rabada, R Ashwin, Axar Patel and Amit Mishra was always difficult to face.

3. 238 against Pakistan, Christchurch

The 2020-21 Pakistan series at home was a dream series for the right-handed batter. He scored massive amount of runs, which led him to become the ‘Player of the Series’ in those games. He struck an unbelievable 238 off 364 balls and notched up his fourth double century in the longest format of the game.

2. 49 and 52* against India, WTC Finals

Despite the fact that his scorecard didn’t look particularly spectacular, his performances helped New Zealand win their first ICC title in the game’s history. In the first innings of New Zealand‘s batting, Williamson hit a vital 49 runs, then followed with a brave 52* off just 89 balls to comfortably chase the target of 139 runs in just two sessions.

1. 85 against Australia, T20 WC 2021 Finals

In the World T20 Finals against Australia, the New Zealand captain showcased his best form, slamming 85 off just 48 balls. Williamson redeemed himself in the finals after a lacklustre batting performance earlier in the tournament and destroyed a quality Australian attack.