So far, the Indian Premier League 2019 has given a few splendid performances for the spectators to enjoy their time in the stands of the stadiums. A lot of cricketers showed their brilliance for their respective teams to bag those crucial victories for the team. Meanwhile, the former England skipper Michael Vaughan reveals his Overseas XI Of the tournament so far.
He opened his team with the World Boss, Chris Gayle, who played a few scintillating knocks for Kings XI Punjab in the tournament so far alongside KL Rahul. Despite missing a couple of games, he is still on the radar to collect the orange cap at the end of the season. He will be accompanied by the SRH wicketkeeper-batsman Jonny Bairstow.
He had a fantastic debut season in the Indian Premier League and also one of the few to register a century in the tournament. Meanwhile, the number 3 slot has been given to David Warner, who is the current Orange Cap holder in the tournament.
AB de Villiers, Jos Buttler will look after middle-order:
Then comes Royal Challengers Bangalore primary batsman AB de Villiers, who has been brilliant for his side in the tournament so far. His good knocks ended up on the wrong side of things. He is followed by the brilliant Jos Buttler, who did brilliant enough to find a name on Michael Vaughan chart.
Then comes the big man of Mumbai Indians, Kieron Pollard, who has been brilliant for the team. The knock he played against Kings XI Punjab speaks volumes of his character. Besides that, he is an exceptional fielder for the team, who already been the contender for the best catch of the tournament.
He is followed by another West Indian cricketer, Andre Russell, who is the most valuable player of the tournament so far. Coming to the spinner category, he opted for Rashid Khan, who did well for SRH in the tournament so far. He is followed by the fast bowler Jofra Archer, who has been the consistent performer of Rajasthan Royals.
Then comes Kagiso Rabada, who has been stunning for Delhi Capitals in the season. He is bowling those toe-crushers and bouncing out the best batsmen in the business.
The squad will be completed by Imran Tahir, who is the current holder of Purple Cap. Interestingly, Michael Vaughan named Jason Behrendorff as the 12th man of his squad.
Here is Michael Vaughan’s Overseas XI Of IPL 2019 So far:
Chris Gayle, Jonny Bairstow, David Warner, AB de Villiers, Jos Buttler, Kieron Pollard, Andre Russell, Rashid Khan, Jofra Archer, Kagiso Rabada, Imran Tahir, Jason Behrendorff (12th Man)