Know About The Best Players Of IPL 2022

With the current season of IPL having drawn to a close there were some outstanding individual contributions. A lot of fresh talent at both the national along with international levels has emerged. It would be fair to say that you could find the answer to the question of who is the dangerous batsman in IPL by the volume of runs scored. The winning of the league Gujarat Titans with their able leadership team did a commendable job. So, who are the best players who have gone on to perform better in the league? Just like the normal rules of IPL, it is restricted to 4 foreigners in the team. Checkout today ipl news score for detailed information.

Jos Butler

England and the opening batsman of Rajasthan set the IPL on fire with his awesome performances. It was after 3 years he made his presence felt in the current edition of the league. His numbers in the first half of the season were simply amazing as in the first 7 games he scored 3 centuries. There were a couple of consecutive centuries, though his form towards the latter part of the season showcased a dip.

L Rahul

The captain of Lucknow Super Giants went on to become the highest-paid player in the history of IPL. He is a dependable batsman at the top and is termed as Mr consistent in the world of IPL. It is not only his expertise with the batsman he has gone on to manage a new franchise with relative ease. They are almost on the verge of the playoffs and if luck would have been there, they should have been there. But one of the points that he needs to pay attention to is his low strike rate.

Rahul Tripathi

The middle-order batsman from Sunrisers has risen to the occasion in a big way. Surrounded by underperforming seniors and raw youngsters he went on to revitalize the batting efforts of the Sunrises camp. Time and time again he has gone on to help his franchise come out of the woods with his strong batting efforts. His striking rate of 161 was his highest ever in the IPL.

Deepak Hooda

A middle-order batsman with a handy off-break action has come to the party in the present edition of IPL. In the years gone by had sporadic contributions and false starts, but he become a vital cog in the wheel of Lucknow Supergiants. More so when the opening pair failed his contributions were like a gold mine. He played in the middle order and counter-attacked whenever it was necessary for the team. His price was 5.75 crore and the value of the player was much more than that. His strike rate was 133 and apart from that, he was a safe fielder in the outfield.

Liam Livingstone

The all-rounder of Punjab has finally lived up to his hype. It is fair to say that the value and the performance came together. He is one of the few foreign players who has gone on to set the auction table on fire. So at the price of 10 crores, he went on to score 400 odd runs with an astonishing strike rate of 177. One of his sixes was a towering 110 metres that grabbed a lot of attention. Even his handy bowling during the middle overs was of considerable help to the franchise.

Andre Russell

The vintage Russell keeps the boat of the KKR franchise sailing. It was then that the other players did not perform on the expected lines. Though his 17 wickets came at a higher economical rate than usual, his striking ability with the bat is hard to match up. His strike rate at 174 ranks among the top players who have gone on to grace IPL.

Dinesh Karthik

An old warehouse in cricket circles finally did justice to his performance. Such was the impact of the player that at the age of 37 years he went on to make a comeback to the Indian cricket team. He has removed the captain of KKR and went on to don the hat of a finisher for his new franchise RCB. It was a master stroke and a lot of times he went on to ensure that the franchise performed well. On the other hand, he found an able ally in Shabbir Ahmed. His strike rate is one of the highest in a single edition of IPL.

Wanindu Hasaranga

A foreign spinner making it into the regular 11 of a franchise is an achievement in itself. For a split second, the local spin talent has gone on the back bench. In the present edition of IPL, he has dished out performances that matched up to his international one. During the last few weeks of the auction, he did an outstanding job for the experts to have him in their plans. At one stage of the IPL, he was in direct competition with Chahal for the purple cap.

Mohammed Shami

It was a sort of homecoming for this pace bowler from India. He single handily took Gujarat Titans to the IPL title. In the last few years, the economy rate of Shami has improved by leaps and bounds. His first couple of overs were a wicket-taking option for his franchise. It has been the 4th time where he has gone on to pick up 18 + wickets in a single season. His seam position along with variation has made up a top hit among the franchise leagues around the world. But being an active player he cannot participate in any of them.

Umran Malik

The talented fast bowler from Sunrisers Hyderabad went on to trouble the speed charts. An interesting story behind the emergence of this player is that he represents Jammu and Kashmir. It is a state that does not have a lot of players that have gone on to present India. Under the guidance of Irfan Pathan, he has achieved a lot of laurels within a short period.

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