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5 IPL Cricketers who played brilliantly for just one season

September 7, 2020

Written By,

Payel Gosh

Indian Premier League (IPL) isn't just a mainstream competition in India yet additionally in the whole cricket world. Since the presentation of IPL in 2008, it has carried numerous capable cricketers to the spotlight. Likewise, many top cricketers have kept up their natural class in this rewarding association.

A portion of the cricketers performed magnificently, especially in one IPL season. In that specific season, they were one of the saints of their groups, yet they neglected to continue conveying in the other IPL seasons. Indeed, some of them even colossally attempted to hold their spots in the playing XI for the remainder of IPL seasons.

Here, we are discussing those five cricketers who had a solitary decent season in IPL career.

Swapnil Asnodkar (Rajasthan Royals – 2008)

While Rajasthan Royals (RR) won the debut IPL (2008), Swapnil Asnodkar assumed a significant function for his group. The right-arm batsman scored 311 runs in nine matches with a normal 34.55 (strike-rate 133.47). He hit two half-hundreds of years in that season, including the best of 60. In any case, he never indicated a similar structure in other IPL seasons as he spoke to Royals till 2011.

Rahul Sharma (Pune Warriors India – 2011)

The Punjab-based leg-spinner Rahul Sharma played for India in four ODIs and two T20Is somewhere in the range of 2011 and 2012. He played in five IPL seasons, speaking to three distinct groups (Deccan Chargers 2010; Pune Warriors India 2011-2013 and Delhi Daredevils 2014).

Nonetheless, he had just a single effective IPL season, and that was his first season for Pune Warriors India (PWI) in 2011. While he was the main wicket-taker for his group in that season with 16 wickets, he additionally wound up as the joint seventh most wicket-taker in that release. In any case, his group completed ninth on the points table in 2011. He neglected to rehash that marvelous presentation in other IPL seasons.

Cameron White (Deccan Chargers – 2012)

Cameron White played for Australia National Cricket Team from 2005 to 2018 where he played in four Tests, 91 ODIs, and 47 T20Is. He additionally drove the public group in six T20Is and just ODI.

White had an IPL vocation from 2008 to 2013 where he played 47 counterparts for three unique groups; Royal Challengers Bangalore 2007-2010; Deccan Chargers 2011-2012, and Sunrisers Hyderabad 2013.

Moreover, he had the main fruitful IPL season, and that was in 2012 when he completed as the 6th most run-scorer. The then Deccan Chargers' batsman White scored 479 runs (13 matches) in IPL 2012; with a normal of 43.54 (strike-rate 149.68).

The right-arm batsman hit five half-hundreds of years in that season.

Graeme Smith (Rajasthan Royals – 2008)

Previous South African commander Graeme Smith was one of the vital individuals to assume the crucial function for Rajasthan Royals' triumph in IPL 2008.

The left-handed batsman was the fifth most run-scorer in generally speaking; and second-most runs-scorer for his group in that fruitful IPL crusade. He scored 441 runs in 11 matches with a normal of 49.00 (strike-rate 121.82), including three half-hundreds of years. Be that as it may, Smith's other IPL seasons were not all that fruitful; while he proceeded for Royals till 2010 and spoke to Pune Warriors India in 2011.

Manpreet Gony (Chennai Super Kings – 2008)

Previous Punjab cricketer Manpreet Gony had played two ODIs for India in 2008. He earned the public group call-up after performing admirably in IPL 2008 for the other participants Chennai Super Kings (CSK). In that season, the right-arm medium pacer got 17 wickets in 16 matches (normal 26.05 and economy rate 7.38).

Gony wound up as the joint fourth most wicket-taker in that season and joint most wicket-taker for the CSK. Afterward, Gony proceeded with his IPL profession for CSK till 2010, and he likewise spoke to Deccan Chargers (2008-2010) and Kings XI Punjab (2013-2017). However, never indicated a similar character with the ball.

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Written By,

Payel Gosh