COOKIE CONSENT
Create
Notifications
Favorites Edit
Advertisement

5 Indian players who were picked solely on the basis of IPL performances

ANALYST
Top 5 / Top 10
14.26K   //    08 Oct 2017, 09:58 IST

Image result for ashwin jadeja csk
IPL has produced a number of International stars

The Indian Premier League has been considered by many as the biggest revolution in the history of cricket. It has expanded the sport's market and has enabled even domestic cricketers to earn a healthy living through cricket. IPL has provided a platform for budding cricketers from different countries to display their talent.

It is the undisputed leader when it comes to cricket leagues and is among the top 10 sports leagues in the world both in terms of revenue as well as viewership.

Young cricketers from various countries have got an opportunity in IPL and have performed brilliantly to get into their national side. Some of the Indian players have gone on to become an important part of their national team as well and here are five of them.


#5 Yuzvendra Chahal

Image result for yuzvendra chahal mumbai indians
Chahal started his career with Mumbai Indians

Chahal played his first match for Mumbai Indians in the 2013 season. He was later picked up by the Royal Challengers Bangalore and under Kohli, he has had a splendid run since then. 2015 was his breakthrough year where he scalped 23 wickets in 15 matches at an average of 18 and a brilliant strike rate of 12.

Chahal made his Indian debut against Zimbabwe in 2016. He has been a consistent performer in the Indian team and has earned his place despite the presence of other senior spinners.

Chahal has picked up 17 wickets in 11 ODI matches at an average of 25 and has picked up 15 wickets in eight T20Is, with a best figure of 6 for 25. Chahal has become a regular member of the Indian team in the shorter formats of the game and can become a part of the Test squad as well if he keeps performing.


1 / 5 NEXT
Advertisement
Topics you might be interested in:
ANALYST
Advertisement
Fetching more content...