In any format of cricket, all-rounders play some crucial roles for their team. Some players serve as a batting all-rounder while some players play the role as a bowling all-rounder, according to their strength. All-rounders play similar crucial roles for their side in the Indian Premier League (IPL) too.
In the IPL, we have also seen some Indian cricketers who have put crucial effect for their respective teams both as the batsmen and bowlers.
Here we are talking about the Indian cricketers who scored 500+ runs and also took 50+ wickets in IPL career
The leg-spinner Piyush Chawla is also useful as a left-handed lower-order batsman. Nobody will forget his batting in the late moment of the IPL 2014 final which helped the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) to clinch their second IPL title. In his IPL career, Chawla has already served for the Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) and KKR. He is now getting ready to serve for the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in the IPL 2020.
At present, Chawla is the joint third most wicket-taker in IPL history as he has taken 150 wickets in 157 IPL matches. Also, the left-handed lower-order batsman has scored 584 runs (average 11.91; strike-rate 111.45), including his best knock of 24 not out.
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