The Masters Champions League (MCL) comes as a relief to those who had not had enough of the legends of the game after the 3-match All Stars series. While quite a few superstars who had played in the All Stars are not a part of the MCL, some of the others have enrolled themselves for the first-of-its-kind tournament which will be played in the UAE early next year.On the other hand, there are also some legends who are part of the MCL roster but did not feature in the All Starstournament. This is sure to be good news to most fans who had missed these stalwarts of the game in the 3T20-long series.Here are10 stars from the MCL who had giventhe All Stars series a miss:
#10 Heath Streak
Heath Streak, Zimbabwe’s best fast bowler till date, will be playing for the Leo Lions in the inaugural edition of the Masters Champions League. The allrounder, however, did not make an appearance at the All Stars series played last month. Had he played, Streak would have been the only Zimbabwean to be part of the tournament.
The paceman, though, will be accompanied by quite a few of his countrymen at the MCL which is scheduled for early next year.