Meet These 5 Forgotten Heroes Of The Indian Premier League
The eleventh season of Indian Premier League has already reached mid-way and the players of every team are giving great performances. The competition is getting more tough and more interesting by every passing match. This time the teams are changed completely While a few of the players were been retained by their original teams, on …
The eleventh season of Indian Premier League has already reached mid-way and the players of every team are giving great performances. The competition is getting more tough and more interesting by every passing match.
This time the teams are changed completely While a few of the players were been retained by their original teams, on the other hand many players had to switch their teams. However, the players are doing exceptionally well for their new teams and are proving themselves to be a gem for their teams.
But there are so many cricketers who have given brilliant performances in the past but are not included in the teams. Well, here we bring you a list of 5 forgotten heroes of IPL, have a look:
- Paul Valthaty:
He was one of those very few cricketers who took four wickets and scored half centuries in the same matches. He took all the limelight away when he scored match winning century for his team, Kings XI Punjab. However, after 2012 he was not seen playing for any team as no franchise showed interest in buying him.
2. Kamran Khan:
The pace Indian bowler, Kamran Khan gave many thrilling performances for his team, Rajasthan Royals and later for Pune Warriors. He made everyone sit on the edge of their seats with his thrilling performances against KKR. However, he left cricket in 2013 for some unknown reasons.
3. Manvinder Bisla:
Manvinder played as the wicket-keeper of Kolkata Knight Riders. He gave many thrilling performances in many matches for his team.`In the finals of 2012, he played a match-winning performance. He was given man of the match title for his performance in the final. However, after 2015 he wasn’t seen playing for any team.
4. Swapnil Asnodhkar:
The Indian first-class cricketer, scored 60 runs from 34 balls in his IPL debut match against Kolkata Knight Riders. He has played highest run-scoring partnership in the IPL tournaments however, he is now not seen as a part of any team.
5. Joginder Sharma:
Who can forget the jaw dropping performances of Joginder Sharma? He was also the hero of ICC World Cup 2007. He took 12 wickets in 16 matches that he played for Chennai Super Kings.
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