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Top 5 performers of Abu Dhabi T10 League 2019

ANALYST
Top 5 / Top 10
Published Nov 27, 2019
Nov 27, 2019 IST

Chris Lynn starred with the bat for Maratha Arabians
Chris Lynn starred with the bat for Maratha Arabians

The 2019 edition of T10 League ended with a lopsided final match between the Maratha Arabians and the Deccan Gladiators. The Arabians clinched the title after defeating the Shane Watson-led side by 8 wickets. With this triumph, the Maratha Arabians have become the 3rd side in the history of T10 league to lift the trophy after Kerala Kings and Northern Warriors won the title in the year 2017 and 2018.

A plethora of international cricketers had taken part in this unique league which featured 8 teams, including Yuvraj Singh, Chris Lynn, Shane Watson, Eoin Morgan and Andre Russell. 

Fours and sixes rained at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi as the players entertained the cricket fans in the UAE.

Also Read - IPL Auction 2020: 3 released players who impressed in Abu Dhabi T10 League 

This article features the list of top 5 performers who outperformed all others in this tournament. 


#5 Jordan Clark (Best Bowling Figures)

Jordan Clark played for the Qalandars in T10 League 2019.
Jordan Clark played for the Qalandars in T10 League 2019.

29-year-old all-rounder Jordan Clark was purchased by the Qalandars for the 3rd edition of T10 league. His domestic record while playing for the English counties helped him in attracting a T10 League contract.

Clark emerged as the 4th highest wicket-taker of the tournament with 9 wickets in 8 matches. His figures of 4/20 against the champions, Maratha Arabians proved to be the best bowling figures of the tournament. Jordan had taken the wickets of Chris Lynn, Najibullah Zadran, Yuvraj Singh and Dasun Shanaka in his 2-over spell during Qualifier 1. 

Based on his current form, he can earn contracts from the teams that take part in T20 leagues around the world.

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