IPL has been playing the role of a lucky charm in providing breakthroughs to many Indian as well as international players. They get a chance to showcase their skill while playing amongst and against a lot of professional players. When they get success with their play, they also build a lot of confidence when playing matches in the future.
Not only with those emerging players, those ones who have already proved their mettle in the sport also are hitting the glam spot by acquiring a lot of fans from throughout the nation.
Here are a few foreign players who have won a lot of craze this season.
1. David Warner – Sunrisers HyderabadThis Australian is one heck of an aggressive opener, player and a captain. He has got listed in the top 10 captains in the history of IPL. From 107 matches played ever since he made his debut in 2009, Warner has accumulated 3655 runs at an average of 39.30. These numbers are not done here. 34 half centuries, 144 sixes and more to come.
2. Sunil Narine – KKRThis is a mystery spinner from West Indies is one bowler every batsman fears to play. Narine has played just 74 matches in the IPL but picked up 90 wickets at an average of 20.07. In the ongoing edition of the IPL, we are watching an entirely different Sunil Narine for he’s opening the batting for KKR and targeting the bowlers from the word go. He has definitely won a lot of Indian fans!
3. Rashid Khan – Sunrisers HyderabadThis Afghanistan’s spinner is just 18 and his doing wonders on field. He is in an amazing form and is contributing to the success of the team. We definitely should watch out for this man.
4. Tymal Mills – Royal Challengers BangaloreRCB has been struggling with a lot of injuries this season and he has come with a lot of madness in pace swings.
5. Kasigo Rabada – Delhi DaredevilsHe is the South African pace sensation. He is one weapon that is extremely preciously tested and trained. He has been showing great skill this season and we hope to continue to see it in future too.
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