2. Jos Buttler
The intent that Jos Buttler showed in the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 was unparalleled. Buttler set his intentions clear right from the onset of the tournament. He began the tournament with an unbeaten 24-run knock against West Indies, followed by a match-winning 71 off 32 against Australia.
England’s fourth match against Bangladesh saw Jos Buttler score a special ton off just 67 deliveries. Unfortunately, he couldn’t produce a match-winning knock in the semi-final against New Zealand and England went on to lose the game.
Buttler finished the T20 world cup 2021 as the third-highest run-scorer, having managed 269 runs in 6 matches at an average of close to 90.