The 3 biggest match-winners in each team in ICC T20 World Cup 2021

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The ICC T20 World Cup started on 17th of October 2021 in UAE with almost 16 teams competing to win the trophy, let’s peek at the 3 biggest match-winners in each team, where individual performances can make a difference between defeat and victory.

India

Jasprit Bumrah can turn matches using his bowling techniques, switching from wicket taker to a deathly bowling genius. Next is vice-captain Rohit Sharma who is set on the field and is known to leave only after the match is won.

He can attack quality spin bowling. Lastly, Indian captain Virat Kohli has been the player of the tournament for the last 2 seasons of the World Cup and one of the major leads from the front. India is on the top of t20 world cup winners list.

England

First Jos Buttler, known to be the “keeper-batsman”, is known to be consistent the most when needed. Adil Rahid, an experienced leg-spinner who can turn the game in the team’s favor. Lastly a newcomer, Liam Livingstone with excellent fielding and handy spin-bowling.

West Indies

Kieron Pollard, the most experienced and successful T20 player who has proved his spectacular performance in IPL season 2021 hence is ready to face the battle. Next is Andre Russell. He is best known for his fiery bowling and has always been a potential match-winner. Finally Fabian Allen- the best fielder on the team, his slow left-arm bowling is at its best currently.

Australia

Glenn Maxwell can change the flow of ongoing innings, favoring his team. Mitchell Starc can swing the ball and bowl the perfect Yorkers in both power plays as well as death overs. Lastly, Mitchell Marsh has solidity in the middle order.

Pakistan

Barbar Azam has the most capability to churn up runs at the top of the order, which sets up the rest of the innings for his team further. Second, Mohammed Rizwan can change matches. Lastly, Shaheen Afridi being tall, left armed, and quick as the best of his power to smash batsmen.

New Zealand

Glenn Philips is known for smashing down bowlers, with an appreciated century against West Indies late last year. Mitchell Santner is known to bring out big shots when needed with his restrictive left-arm finger spin. Kane Williamson, who is not only the captain of the team but the best batsman on slower tracks.

South Africa

Quinton de Kock has been South Africa’s best batsman in recent years, with quick scoring in power plays. Tabraiz Shamsi is the number 1 bowler of the T20s with 28 wickets and a surprising average of 12.85 using his left-arm wrist spin. Kagiso Rabada is the Proteas’ star fast bowler.

Afghanistan

Rashid Khan, the star leg-spinner and former captain of his team. Mohammad Nabi his batting can safeguard the team against collapse. Najibullah Zadran, his destructive batting has led the team to win several times.

Sri Lanka

Kusal Perera is known for his boundary-filled rampage. Wanindu Hasaranga is the most valued leg spinner. Dushmanta Chameerafor his pace and bounce in the powerplay.

Bangladesh

Shakib Al Hasan with his left-arm spin is quite handy. Mustafizur Rahman with his left-arm cutters is incredibly effective. Nasum Ahmed is the spin-bowling threat with 18 wickets.

Ireland

Paul Stirling is the toughest batsman on the team. Simi Singh the bowling all-rounder has been priceless this year. Mark Adair can smash sixes at the end overs.

Netherland

Ryan ten Doeschate is the world’s best Associate team batsman. Roelof van der Merwe relishes the slower pitch in T20. Brandon Glover is the side’s best bowler and he can be dangerous in the t20 world cup 2021.

Scotland

Mark Watt is the most economical left-arm finger-spinner. Richie Berrington is a reliable middle-order batsman. George Munsey is a batsman with a strike rate of 155.01.

Namibia

David Wiese is an all-rounder to his team. Jan Frylinck is both a seam bowler and a dangerous batsman. Gerhard Erasmus a shoulder to run in his team.

Papua New Guinea

Assad Vala is a steady batsman and tricky off-spinner. Norman Vanua seam-bowler. Tony Ura is the best-required batsman.

Oman

Jatinder Singh third most-run scorer in the tournament and Bilal Khan is the most wicket claimer.

Conclusion

All the above mentioned players from respective teams have done a commendable job in presenting their best performance in the playground.

The ICC T20 World Cup started on 17th of October 2021 in UAE with almost 16 teams competing to win the trophy, let’s peek at the 3 biggest match-winners in each team, where individual performances can make a difference between defeat and victory.