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« Reply #12 on: June 01, 2016, 01:53:07 AM »



David Miller - Kings XI Punjab

He played in 14 matches and scored 161 runs at an average of 16.1 and a poor batting strike rate of 122.9. He was surprisingly named captain at the start of the tournament, but was in poor form right from the start. Midway through the tournament, he was relieved of the pressures of captaincy but there was not much improvement in his form. He didnít score a single fifty in the tournament and to cap it off he was dropped from the South African ODI squad for the tri-series in the West Indies.

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Ravichandran Ashwin - Rising Pune Supergiants

He played in 14 matches and took 10 wickets at a bowling average of 31.9 and an economy rate of 7.25. The figures might suggest that he performed okay but for a man of his stature, they are underwhelming. He did not bowl his full quota of overs in quite a few of the initial matches. There were rumours that Dhoni had lost faith in him and in one match he was brought on as late as the 17th over. Just a year ago, he was Indiaís go to bowler across all formats. That fact that the wickets didnít aid the spinners contributed to his poor stats.
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Hardik Pandya - Mumbai Indians

He played in 11 matches and scored just 44 runs at an average of 6.28 and a batting strike rate of 69.84. In the bowling department he took just three wickets at an average of 51 and an extremely high economy rate of 9.18. He had an impressive start to his international career in Australia but had a horrendous IPL. He did not help matters by proclaiming that he wanted to be the next Jacques Kallis. His performance was so poor that he was dropped from the Mumbai Indians team and also from the Indian squad for Zimbabwe tour.
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Shreyas Iyer - Delhi Daredevils

He had a great First Class season where he scored 1321 runs at an average of 73.38 and a batting strike rate of 92.7. He impressed one and all with the range of his stroke play and quick scoring and was touted as the next big thing in Indian cricket. He played in 6 matches and scored just 30 runs at an average of just 5 and a batting strike rate of 69.76. He was dropped from the side and did not make a comeback even in the latter stages of the tournament. He missed a golden opportunity to impress the selectors and force his way into the Indian team to tour Zimbabwe. However, he has age on his side and should not be written off after one poor tournament.
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Ishant Sharma - Rising Pune Supergiants

He played in just 4 matches and took just 3 wickets at a bowling average of 49.33 and an economy rate of 9.86. These are poor figures for a man of his experience. After a great tour of Sri Lanka, many felt that he was beginning to realise his potential. However, He had a miserable time in this tournament and fell out of favour with his skipper, Dhoni. He should concentrate on Test cricket as he doesnít have the control to do well in the shorter formats. He is very expensive and too profligate in conceding runs.
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Pawan Negi - Delhi Daredevils

He played in 8 matches and scored 57 runs at an average of 28.5 and a batting strike rate of 96.61. The man who bagged a jackpot at the auction also had a poor time with the ball, taking just a single wicket at a bowling average of 84 and a poor economy rate of 9.33. He made his debut for India in T20Is in the Asia Cup, but with such a poor outing in the IPL has gone out of the selectors reckoning. Krunal Pandya and Axar Patel who are both left-arm spinners and back-up to Ravindra Jadeja performed much better than him. It remains to be seen if he can bounce back after his poor showing.


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