IPL 2016: 5 domestic performers who have hardly got a chance this year
- These players have failed to make it to the playing eleven in IPL 2016.
The talented Delhi batsman performed consistently for Delhi in the domestic limited-overs tournaments. He was the highest scorer for his state team Delhi in the Vijay Hazare Trophy 2015-16, the domestic ODI tournament.
The right-hander also did well in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2015/16 as he scored 276 runs in the 9 games he played. He was the second highest run-getter for Delhi in that tournament.
The 23-year-old lad is a part of the Mumbai Indians squad in the IPL 2016 and he would have expected to show his potential in the cash-rich league too. However, to his disappointment, he hasn’t yet played a game for his franchise in this year’s tournament.
Though his stats in the IPL are far from impressive(300 runs in 20 matches at an average of 15.78), yet he is someone who can be given the chance based on his recent performances.