First Starting Match Will Be Played On 7th April 2018 In Mumbai And Also Final Match Will Be Played In Mumbai.The Indian Premier League season 10 came to an end on Sunday. Mumbai Indians clinched the name and did thus deservedly as they stayed constant during the tournament.
There were expectations on a few important players directly from the outset. However, some exceeded while some failed miserably.
Players like David Warner, Shikhar Dhawan, Gautam Gambhir, Steve Smith were one of the few who rose to the event. They consistently scored runs when their team needed. Let us have a look at the players that took the time 10 of IPL from storm.
David Warner (Sunrisers Hyderabad)
Defending champions Sunrisers Hyderabad captain David Warner revealed the other franchise skippers how it’s completed. He finished as the highest run-getter this season and scored 641 runs in 15 matches. His team fell short due to a rain-curtailed game in the eliminator against Kolkata Knight Riders. His captaincy also reaped benefits for his team throughout the tournament.
SRH finished 3rd in the IPL points table with eight wins, five losses.
Warner remained not out in 3 innings. His greatest score was 126 runs at an impressive batting average of 58.27. He scored four half-centuries and one hundred in amassing 641 runs. In addition, he directs the record to the number of sixes hit. He hit 26 sixes and 63 fours in the process.
Ben Stokes (Rising Pune Supergiant)
Big-money signing Ben Stokes had a great deal riding himself due his hefty price tag.
From the 12 games he played, he also scored 316 runs at an impressive strike rate of 142.98 using a memorable century (103*) against Gujarat Lions.
He struck seven fours and six maximums in his 63-ball 103* to help Pune pull off a remarkable success.
He impressed with the ball also taking 12 wickets in the procedure with an economy of 7.18.
An aggressive left-handed batsman and a right-arm medium fast bowler, he has a rich expertise in the briefer format of this match.
The same as his opening pair and skipper David Warner, Shikhar Dhawan reimbursed his captain’s religion. He finished third in the Orange Cap holders listing using 479 runs. He played 14 matches to reach this feat at an impressive average of 36.84. 77 was his highest score, and his batting attack rate was 127.39.
The left-hand opening batsman played with its Delhi Daredevils at IPL 2008 and was their third-highest run-getter with 340 runs in 14 matches at a mean of 37.77. He turned out to the Mumbai Indians for 2 seasons before moving into the now-defunct Deccan Chargers. Dhawan had a fantastic 2012 season, tallying 569 runs from 15 matches.
Another franchise captain to create this record is Gautam Gambhir. He has been prolific throughout. However, his batsmen let him down when it mattered the most in the next qualifier against Mumbai Indians on Friday.
Having said that, Gambhir scored 498 runs in 16 matches for KKR in an impressive batting average of 41.50. His strike rate of 128.02 reveals he takes time to settle in and begins hitting the ball as soon as the game progresses.
Gambhir remains second on the highest run-scorers record of IPL-10.
He captained KKR for their first top-four finish in IPL 2011 and then directed them to the IPL title in 2012. Ahead of the 2014 Player Auction, Gambhir was retained by the Kolkata franchise as the captain of the team. KKR have won just two IPL titles under his captaincy — in 2012 and 2014.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar (Sunrisers Hyderabad)
Sunrisers Hyderabad have excelled with both ball and bat. After the batting consistency of Warner and Dhawan, their bowling departments is not far.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar leads the bowlers pack with 26 wickets to his name this year in 14 matches. His bowling figures of 5/19 were his best this year.
He has become the go-to man for Sunrisers Hyderabad bowling at the beginning of the innings and has been influential remarkable at the passing as well. He forms the crux of the Sunrisers pace attack.
In 2016 year, he took 23 wickets at an impressive bowling average of 21.07.
Rashid Khan (Sunrisers Hyderabad)
Khan was picked for Rs 4 crore by Sunrisers Hyderabad at the IPL auction. Rashid was the second highest wicket-taker from the World Twenty20 2016 last year in India. He maintained 11 wickets in seven matches in a mean of 16.63. A good deal of climbing with this debutant and he made sure he performed well with the ball taking wickets in practically all the matches.
In the 14 games he starred, Khan took 17 wickets at an impressive bowling average of 21.05. His economy considering his debut was 6.62.
Khan will have more expectations following season, and hopefully, he will have the ability to replicate his form.