2. Vijay Shankar
India’s all-rounder Vijay Shankar impressed the cricket fraternity with his all-round skills. He was handy with the bat and with the ball. Moreover, he was even good on the field as well and thus he qualified as a three-dimensional player.
His last ODI came against New Zealand in the 2019 World Cup semi-final. His last T20I came against Australia in 2019. Out of 9 matches, he batted four times where he scored 101 runs at an average of 25.25 and at a strike-rate of 138.35.
Shankar scored 43 off 28 balls in his last game. As far as his bowling performance is concerned, he was okayish as he took 5 wickets in 6 games at an economy of 9. He took 2/38 but didn’t do justice to cement his place in the T20I squad. However, a good IPL season might help him regain his place in the squad.