- 5 Of the 15 players involved in the World Cup team, Played IPL 2019 final
- Shankar’s performance as an all-rounder disappointing, only got one wicket
- Rahul, who took the last time in the team, scored 593 runs
In the 12th season of IPL, Mumbai Indians became the champions of the championship. 15 participants from the Indian World Cup team also participated in this tournament. However, before the last playoff, Kedar Jadhav got out of the tournament after being hit. This season has a total of 19416 runs. Of these, Team India’s 15 players scored 3597 runs. This is 19% of the total run of the season. Out of the total 682 wickets in the tournament, the bowlers of Indian team took 103 wickets, which is 15% of the total number of wickets.
Team India’s 6 batsmen scored 400+ runs
In the tournament, 5 out of 6 batsmen and one all-rounder scored more than 400 runs in the World Cup team. Among them Lokesh Rahul scored 593 runs. Those who scored more than 400 runs included Virat Kohli, Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Hardik Pandya. Three of these are in Top-10 Dinesh Karthik scored 253 runs in less than 300 runs. However, they mostly descended to bat in the lower order in the match. His average was 31.62. All the batsmen of the Indian team, who went to England in this way, remained in the form during the IPL.
Rahul-Dhawan’s more than Kohli’s average
Hardik proved to be match winner for Mumbai
All-rounder Hardik Pandya in the controversy before IPL, proved to be a match-winner for Mumbai. After being objectionable comments to women in the coffee field, he was suspended from Team India. This also raised questions about their play in the World Cup. However, the suspension was later removed from them. He proved himself in this IPL season. He made 402 runs in 15 matches and also got 14 wickets in bowling. During this period, his average was 44.66 and the strike rate of 193.
Jadhav’s average was less than 20, no bowling was found.
Kedar Jadhav’s performance in all-rounders was disappointing He scored only 162 runs in 14 matches. Dhoni lowered Jadhav for batting at number four in most of the matches, but he could not confirm his trust. His average was only 18. He did not get the chance of bowling. On the other hand, Jadeja proved his worth by taking 15 wickets in 15 matches. His batting average was more than 30. By coming in the last over, he quickly scored useful runs for the team.
Shankar disappointed, did not even make a fifty
Vijay Shankar, who was selected for the fourth position in the team, also disappointed. He was dropped for batting on the third or fourth position in the Hyderabad team, but he could not make a single half-century. His highest score is 40 runs. In the 15 matches of the season, Shankar scored 244 runs at an average of 20.33. Having achieved only one success in bowling.
Shankar got only one wicket, Jadeja’s batting average is 35.33
4 Out of 5 bowlers in the form, only Kuldeep gets less than 10 wickets
Talking about bowling, 4 out of 5 Indian bowlers have made more than 10 wickets in their names. Among them Shami and Bumrah got 19-19 success.
Yuzvendra Chahal made 18 wickets in his name. At the same time, Bhuvneshwar got 13 wickets. The most disappointed Left-handed spinner Kuldeep Yadav did. They can only take 4 wickets in 9 matches. He was kept out of the team even in the 5 matches of Kolkata.
Chawla’s economy lowest, Kuldeep is the most expensive