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« Reply #6 on: June 01, 2016, 01:50:54 AM »



Yuzvendra Chahal - Royal Challengers Bangalore

He played in 13 matches and took 21 wickets at a bowling average of 19.09 and an economy rate of 8.15. He is not a big turner of the ball but was accurate throughout the tournament. At one stage he was the Purple Cap holder. He was rewarded with a call up to the Indian side to tour Zimbabwe for his consistent performance in the tournament.

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Shane Watson - Royal Challengers Bangalore

He played in 16 matches and took 20 wickets at a bowling average of 24.25 and an economy rate of 8.58. At one stage, he too was the Purple Cap holder in the tournament. On most occasions he bowled his full quota of overs and was very clever with his variations, making good use of the short ball. Not much should be read into his poor performance in the Final. He scored just 179 runs at an average of 13.76 and a batting strike rate of 133.58. He did not score a single fifty in the tournament and was below par with the bat. However, he was one of the shining stars for RCB
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Chris Morris - Delhi Daredevils

Chris Morris has always been someone with a lot of potential but until recently has always been in and out of the South African side. However, he had a great IPL with both bat and ball and was one of the top all-rounders of the tournament. He played in 12 matches and scored 195 runs at an average of 65 and a terrific batting strike rate of 178.89. With the ball he took 13 wickets at a bowling average of 23.69 and an impressive economy rate of just 7. His knock of 82 off just 32 balls against the Gujarat Lions was one of the best knocks in IPL Season 9 and he was unfortunate to end up on the losing side in that match. He is 29 and so cannot be called a find, but he was one of the stars for DD and his performances should earn him a long run in South African colours.
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« Reply #9 on: June 01, 2016, 01:52:04 AM »



Krunal Pandya - Mumbai Indians

Even though his younger brother Hardik Pandya was the first to make it to the Indian team, Krunal was the find of the tournament for MI. He played 12 matches and scored 237 runs at a batting average of 39.5 and a batting strike rate of 191.12. His strike rate was the highest in the tournament and that says something considering all the big hitters in the IPL. He was particularly impressive in the manner in which he attacked the spinners. He also took six wickets at an average of 39.33 and an economy rate of 7.57. He can consider himself extremely unlucky not to make the Indian squad for the tour of Zimbabwe considering that he was the best left arm orthodox all-rounder in the tournament.
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Andre Russell - Kolkata Knight Riders

He was the main go to man for KKR during the initial stages of the tournament contributing equally with bat and ball. He carried from his impressive showing in the WT20 and his explosive hitting and ability to take wickets at crucial times was the main reason for KKR’s early success in the tournament. He played in 12 matches and scored 188 runs at an average of 26.85 and a batting strike rate of 164.91. He also took 15 wickets at a bowling average of 19.4 and an economy rate of 7.97. He was definitely the most valuable player of KKR in the tournament and his absence due to injury in the final stages of the tournament hampered KKR’s chances of progressing to the final.
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Glenn Maxwell - Kings XI Punjab

He played in 11 matches and scored 179 runs at an average of 19.88 and a batting strike rate of 144.35. He rose to fame with his exploits in IPL 2014 with his big hitting and phenomenal batting strike rate. Thiis prompted Virender Sehwag to say that Maxwell was even better than him. However, in this IPL he was a big let-down and his poor form was one of the main reasons for the early exit of his team KXIP from the tournament. He did score two fifties but tried to take on the bowlers too soon and played some rash shots


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