Indian Premier League (IPL) is a big platform for the cricketers to attain fame and success in cricket. Right from its inception, the fan base of the league has only increased.
The cash-rich league has given opportunities to cricketer to prove their mettle to the world because everyone has an eye on this league. A number of domestic and international stars have played this league.
Even the retired international cricketers like Shane Watson, AB de Villiers, or others who are not regular in international cricket are superstars for the franchise.
But some players could not maintain their spot in the IPL franchises even though they are the stars for their national team. Here, in this article, we have discussed those five foreign cricketers who would have been superhit in IPL if they were given constant opportunities.
IPL: 5 Players Who Could Have Been Superstars Of The Tournament If They Would Have Been Provided Enough Opportunities
Bangladesh cricketers have rarely got the opportunity to play in IPLs. Only Shakib Al Hasan is the cricketer from the Tiger team which had got constant opportunities. However, he is also out of the upcoming IPL 2020.
Former Bangladesh ODI captain Mashrafe Mortaza was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders in the 2009 season. However, after playing that season, he was dropped from the team. Moreover, he played only one match in that edition.
The fast bowler was the vital cog for his national team during that time but was axed from KKR’s squad. If he had been given more chances by KKR, he would have been a huge success for them. Although the 36-year-old has now lost the shine.