Younis Khan's captaincy, Shahid Afridi's allround effort, Umar Gul's scorching yorkers, Saeed Ajmal's canny offspin, Kamran Akmal's opening onslaught, Mohammad Aamer's speed and mature head...
All of them and their efforts have been praised by everyone who witnessed Pakistan's performance in the World Twenty20.
Pakistani fans, cricket experts, column writers, and everyone who care to share their thoughts have continuously raved about the above-mentioned stars of Pakistan's successful T20 campaign.
One man whose efforts have gone almost un-noticed and who has not got his fair share of credit for Pakistan's victory, is Abdul Razzaq.
The entire Pakistan was elated when Razzaq was called in as a replacement for Yasir Arafat. And for good reason.
Over the last 2 years, we had all seen Razzaq conquer the ICL with bat and ball; we had also witnessed his destructive form in the RBS 20-20 Cup.
Pakistan had hardly made the ideal start to the cup and Razzaq's addition to the squad was exactly the kind of impetus the team was looking for.
Younis handing him the new ball was a masterstroke. I didn't expect it; I even questioned it, but it worked wonders for Pakistan.
Razzaq's level headed performance in the first 6 overs did not allow any team to get off to a flying start against Pakistan.
This is apparent in the table I put up recently showing Pakistan's disciplinary turnaround.
Razzaq brought all his experience to the field and bowled with skill and precision to tie the opposition down.
Yasir and Tanvir has been wayward and expensive in Pakistan's first few matches, which had resulted in Umar Gul bowling an over or two at the beginning.
Razzaq's effort allowed Younis Khan to keep Gul for the latter stages of the innings, which was essential to Pakistan's plans.
Razzaq not only gave Pakistan good starts with the ball, he also enabled the perfect endings with the ball through Gul.
To top this all, Razzaq ended the tournament with the 3 wicket burst in the final.
People have talked about Pakistan's victory being one of the best turnaround stories in sport.
What about Razzaq's turnaround - the man who quit international cricket because he was left out of the World T20 squad in 2007 returned to the squad for the same tournament in 2009 and helped Pakistan win it.
Now that is what I call turning it around!
Pakistan may not have done it without Afridi, but they surely would not have done it without Razzaq.