Here we focus on individual performances rather than the end result.
Most runs (100 and above):
No one scored more than one century. Several made 3 scores of 50-plus.
Dhawan, RG Sharma and Tamim scored the most runs.
Though there is not much sense in calculating averages and strike rates with a lesser number of matches, we can see that Kohli averaged 129.00. Next is Stokes with 92.00
The highest strike rate here is by HH Pandya with 194.44, with Fakhar Zaman, Dhawan and Morgan just crossing 100.
Highest individual scores (75 and above):
Consistent performances by RG Sharma, Dhawan and Kohli except in the final. Other consistent performances by Tamim, Fakhar Zaman and Williamson among others.
Bowling-5 or more wickets:
Hasan Ali clearly leads, while Hazlewood took most of his wickets in one innings. In this limited sample, Hasan Ali has the best average and best economy while Hazlewood has the best strike rate.Plunkett is the only one with two 4-wicket hauls.
Best innings bowling-3wi and above:
Note that startling consistency of Hasan Ali who took exactly 3 wickets in an innings in 4 matches.
Best fielding (3 or more dismissals):
Sarfraz has the most dismissals and catches, Buttler the most stumpings, while Babar Azam, Jadeja and Maxwell have the most catches by non-keepers.
Best innings fielding (2 or more):
Sarfraz and non-keeper Maxwell have the most dismissals.
All-round performance (see criteria below):
No one has reached these modest requirements.
All-round match performance (Minimum 20 runs and 2 wickets):
Nothing outstanding, although M. Amir’s performance may have been the most valuable.