IPL 2019: Missing IPL XI In The ICC World Cup 2019
As ever, the Indian Premier League has once again entertained the fans with a brilliant display of cricketing skills on the field. All the teams have done exceptionally well to put fans on edge of their seats. Almost every game went down to the wire, which saw the cricketing fans enjoy the tournament. Meanwhile, we figured out an IPL XI, who are missing in the ICC World Cup 2019.
Here are they:
1. Sanju Samson:
The Rajasthan wicketkeeper-batsman Sanju Samson has been brilliant for his side. The flamboyant striker of the ball has smashed the ball incredibly well to showcase his skills to the selectors. Despite coming on a losing cause, Sanju Samson smashed a blistering century against a top-class bowling lineup of Sunrisers Hyderabad.
2. Chris Lynn:
Despite starting the season on a poor note, Chris Lynn changed the dynamics with his brilliant striking. The flamboyant Australian has got everything to make into the Australia squad but unfortunately, the competition saw him missing the slot in the ICC World Cup 2019. Lynn got the capability to turn the table when it mattered the most.
3. Manish Pandey:
Finally, Manish showed what he is capable of doing for the team. He has been brilliant for the team in the absence of David Warner, Jonny Bairstow and almost pulled out victories in quite a few games. The flamboyant striker of the ball could have easily fit in the middle order for India but unfortunately, failed to make into the squad.
4. Shreyas Iyer:
The skipper of Delhi Capitals led the team to perfection. He made things fall in place with an incredible display of skills during the crunch situation of the game. Shreyas Iyer can play as per the situation, which would have been the blessing for the team. The youngster is on the scheme of things if any of the current players get injured.
5. Kieron Pollard:
The big man can give you victories when the situation looks bleak for the team. He can turn the tables with his blistering striking and a useful bowler to deliver the goods if required. Besides that, Kieron Pollard is an incredible fielder, who can pluck out catches inches from the ground. Windies would miss him.
6. Rishabh Pant:
This lad has been on the headlines for quite a few days before and after the announcement of the squad. The stylish southpaw has got all the ingredients and too good a player to be out from the squad. However, he has been named on the standby player list, which means that he would be in the squad if anyone of the team would be out from the squad with an injury concern.
7. Sam Curran:
This lad could have helped England to win at least a couple of matches in the tournament. He got the great skills to play under the pressure and can whack those deliveries right from the word go. Besides that, his bowling in English conditions would be a threatening factor to the opposition. All in all, England missed the trick by not picking him.
8. Ravichandran Ashwin:
The Punjab skipper has done decent enough with the ball. Despite failing to lead the team well in the tournament, he always bowled brilliantly to bring back his team to the driver seat. Besides that, he developed the skills in batting, which would be a blessing down the order for the team. However, the spinners in the Indian team made his chances look bleak.
9. Jofra Archer:
Perhaps, Jofra Archer would have been on the squad list if he is plying trade for any other country. Just because, he is playing for England, he couldn’t break into the squad. The flamboyant fast bowler has done decent enough and got all the required elements to make things fall in place. However, he has been selected in the bilateral series but not for ICC World Cup 2019.
10. Deepak Chahar:
The outswinger Deepak Chahar has shown a different version of him to the selectors this time. Last Year, he was a lethal fast bowler with the new ball. This time, he took the onus on him, in bowling at the death overs. With English conditions suiting the bowlers, Deepak Chahar could have delivered the goods but India already got a quality attack.
11. Khaleel Ahmed:
He was the closest to be in the squad for Indian National Cricket Team. Khaleel Ahmed has been blistering with his spell for Sunrisers Hyderabad throughout the season. if not dented with the injuries, he might have even ended up giving a tough competition to Imran Tahir for the purple cap.
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