Cricket fans will miss the best players in the T20 World Cup 2021

Cricket fans will miss the best players in the T20 World Cup 2021

The 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup is the seventh edition of the T20 World Cup, with matches taking place in the UAE and Oman. The current champion of the West Indies tournament

But many of the World Cup-shaking players are not going to Oman even after the World Cup. Some are injured, some say goodbye to cricket. All in all, today's article is about the best stars of T20 who will not be seen in this World Cup.

Tamim Iqbal

He is the best opener of all time in Bangladesh. But this time Bangladesh's World Cup mission is starting without him. He was out of the team for a long time due to injury. Did not play against Australia and New Zealand. For that reason, even though he was fit before the World Cup, he removed himself earlier. The reason is obvious, do not want to fly across the team and sit across. Without him, Bangladesh will have to face a big test on the world stage.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni

When the format of the game is T20, the name of Mahendra Singh Dhoni will come. His role in popularizing the T20 format is no less. The long-haired Dhoni lifted his first Twenty20 World Cup title in 2006 with a new team. Since then, T20 and Mahendra Singh Dhoni have been complementary. He said goodbye to international cricket in the middle of last year. That's why Captain Cool can't be seen behind the wicket this time.

So don't think that Mahendra Singh Dhoni is not getting close to the World Cup. He is staying in the UAE after winning the IPL title. He is a mentor with India in the World Cup. Although he is not a player, he is still in the World Cup.

AB de Villiers

AB de Villiers, known as 'Mr 360'. How many in the world today can play around the wicket as skillfully as him? Sad but true, ABK will not be seen in this World Cup. The South African legend has been playing franchise cricket regularly since retiring from international cricket in 2016.

Lasith Malinga

Many people think T20 is a game of batsmen. Lasith Malinga has also created panic in the game of these batsmen. He has been in the spotlight of cricket fans all his life with his different bowling style. He was supposed to lead the Sri Lankan team in this World Cup as well. But he has announced his retirement after being out for many days due to injury. As a result, not only the World Cup, but he will not be seen with the ball in any format.

Ben Stokes

Ben Stokes will be at the top of the list of the best all-rounders in current cricket. But the last World Cup has been a black chapter in Ben Stokes' life. With 21 runs in the last over, he had to come out keeping the World Cup at arm's length. From there, the English all-rounder turned his career 180 degrees. He won the World Cup from the front, who will forget the heroism of the Ashes against Australia? This time there was an opportunity to hand over the title to the spectators of England. But he is going to miss the whole World Cup with a finger injury.

Carlos Brathwaite

When it comes to Ben Stokes, I think of Carlos Brathwaite. Brathwaite became the hero of one match in the last World Cup overnight. The target in the final was 21 runs from 8 balls. Brathwaite won the T20 World Cup for the second time against the West Indies with 4 sixes off 4 balls by Ben Stokes. The hero-villain of the last over of the last final will not be seen in this World Cup.

Jofra Archer

In the last few years, Jofra Archer has made a name for himself in overnight pace bowling. England in extraordinary bowling. He became one of the hopes. But Archer has been sidelined for an entire year with an elbow injury. As a result, the audience will miss him too.