Flop Playing XI Of T20 World Cup 2024 

In this article, we mention the flop-playing XI of the T20 World Cup 2024

India emerged victorious at the 2024 T20 World Cup, defeating South Africa in a thrilling final on Saturday! Virat Kohli smashed a brilliant 76 to propel India to a competitive 176, and Hardik Pandya’s bowling brilliance (3-20) restricted the Proteas, who fell short by just seven runs.

While the tournament saw some new faces shine – co-hosts USA even surprised everyone by reaching the Super 8s – some established stars failed to live up to their potential. Here’s a look at a few players who disappointed despite their teams’ performances:

Flop Playing XI Of T20 World Cup 2024 


  • Steven Taylor (USA)
  • Tanzid Hasan (Bangladesh)
  • Kane Williamson (New Zealand)
  • Fakhar Zaman (Pakistan)
  • Bas de Leede (Netherlands)
  • Matthew Wade (Australia)
  • Dasun Shanaka (Sri Lanka)
  • Sam Curran (England)
  • Ali Khan (USA)
  • Josh Hazlewood (Australia)
  • Mark Wood (England)

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Top Order:

  • Steven Taylor (USA): The American opener couldn’t provide the starts his team craved, scoring a meagre 74 runs in six innings.
  • Tanzid Hasan (Bangladesh): Struggling to find the big hits, Tanzid managed just 76 runs at a poor average, hindering Bangladesh’s progress.
  • Kane Williamson (New Zealand): The experienced Kiwi captain’s struggles (28 runs) contributed to New Zealand’s early exit.

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Middle Order:

  • Fakhar Zaman (Pakistan): Batting out of position at No. 4, Zaman’s timing deserted him, scoring just 33 runs in four innings.
  • Bas de Leede (Netherlands): The Dutch all-rounder had a forgettable tournament, failing to deliver with either bat or ball.
  • Matthew Wade (Australia): The Aussie wicket-keeper endured a rough patch, managing only 27 runs in four innings.
  • Dasun Shanaka (Sri Lanka): Sri Lanka’s former captain had a tournament to forget, scoring a mere 12 runs and taking just two wickets.
  • Sam Curran (England): The English paceman couldn’t find his rhythm, picking up only three wickets and failing to contribute significantly with the bat.

T20 World Cup 2024 Bowling:

  • Ali Khan (USA): Despite his experience, Khan couldn’t deliver for the USA, taking just three wickets at a high economy rate.
  • Josh Hazlewood (Australia): The Aussie veteran had a disappointing tournament, picking up only four wickets at a high average.
  • Mark Wood (England): Despite England reaching the semis, Mark Wood was dropped after a string of average performances, taking three wickets in five games.

While the focus remains on India’s well-deserved victory, the T20 World Cup also saw some big names falter. It’ll be interesting to see how these players bounce back in future tournaments.