A captain is undeniably important to a team’s success, particularly in T20 cricket. In T20 cricket, a captain must be able to make quick decisions and maintain control of the game by making appropriate changes while bowling against strong opposition. As we have seen on numerous occasions in T20 cricket, one good bowling change can turn the game on its head.
Winning a title or a trophy is the ultimate goal for any cricket player. T20I cricket has become more popular, and players have begun to win more trophies in this format.
Rohit Sharma – 16
For many years, Rohit Sharma has been a consistent performer. In 2021, Rohit had a fantastic year as well. He was consistent with the bat in the shortest format of the game and established himself as the team’s primary opener. His calm demeanor in a tense situation was also commendable. He appears to have a good understanding of each player, as well as how to approach and deal with specific individuals and other technical knowledge that a good captain needs.
Kane Williamson – 15
Kane Williamson has been instrumental in New Zealand’s recent international cricket triumphs. Williamson has been the most consistent and dependable batter for any team on which he has ever appeared. The right-handed batter has a remarkable ability to bat in the right situation and has saved his team on numerous occasions during his career.
Eoin Morgan – 15
Eoin Morgan, England’s captain, has undoubtedly contributed significantly to the country’s white-ball landscape transformation. Since taking over as captain in late 2014, Morgan has played a key role in the team’s victories in a number of games. As a player, he has made a significant contribution to the team’s middle order.
Aaron Finch – 14
Last year, Aaron Finch led Australia to their first T20 World Cup victory. Finch is an excellent tactical captain who also leads by example. His bat skills are outstanding, and he is a dependable opener. Even though his recent batting performances have been subpar, no one can doubt his ability as a captain.
Virat Kohli – 13
Virat Kohli is widely regarded as one of his generation’s best cricketers. Regardless of how he performs in the coming years, he will undoubtedly go down in history as one of the greatest cricketers of all time. As a captain, Kohli is respected by all, and a lot of young players developed under him.