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T20 World Cup 2022: 5 Non-Performing Captains In Tournament

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It hasn't been a great World Cup for the captains of the respective teams. While Babar Azam and Temba Bavuma's mediocre returns have got most of the tractions, the others too have failed to live up to their expectations.

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We take a look at a few famous captains who have been struggling to pile up runs in the ongoing T20 World Cup 2022.

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Rohit Sharma - IndiaOther than his half-century against the Netherlands, Rohit Sharma has failed to light up the tournament. There's no shortage of intent, but Rohit has just found different ways to get out. He has amassed just 74 runs in four matches.

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Kane Williamson - New ZealandBefore his sizzling half-century against Ireland, Kane Williamson has constantly been the biggest liability in the Kiwi batting line-up. Williamson has scored 132 runs in five matches, but his strike rate is just a shade above 100.

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Temba Bavuma - South AfricaTemba Bavuma has managed just 53 runs in four games for South Africa. Bavuma has failed to get going, and his underwhelming performances had left the middle-order to do the heavy lifting. 

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Aaron Finch - AustraliaAaron Finch's performance in T20 World Cup has come under massive scrutiny, after a series of low scores. Finch has totalled just 107 runs at an underwhelming strike rate of 110. He is doubtful for the next game because of an injury he suffered against Ireland.

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Babar Azam - PakistanHere's the quirkiest statistics of this year's World Cup: Shaheen Shah Afridi has scored more runs than former world number one T20 batter Babar Azam. Pakistan skipper has managed 14 runs in four matches, and his form is a major reason why his team is on the brink of a first-round exit.

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