11) Trent Boult
Boult wasn’t at his usual best in the final. Although he was able to generate enough swing to trouble the Indian batsmen, his consistency was lacking. But the crisp deliveries he bowled here and there earned him a couple of wickets in the first innings.
He started off well in the second innings, however, putting pressure on the batsmen from one end while Southee reaped the rewards at the other. Eventually, Boult was able to make the inroads necessary, which included the crucial wicket of Pant who was looking to unleash at that stage. He ended up with figures of 3/39 in the second innings.