IPL season 12: Indian players who shone in IPL 2019

Let’s check out some of the Indian players who shone in IPL 2019. While this has been an Indian Premier League filled with ups and downs for the standout Indian players, there has been a handful of upcoming players who have grabbed their chance with both hands. Riveting performances, ones that have left us mesmerized across the course of the revered tournament have seen several Indian young players make a name for themselves on one of the most respected and coveted stage in the world.

Indian players who shone in IPL 2019

IPL 2019 has not proved to be too fruitful for the Indian players, be it the established world-class ones or the younger performers who were billed to stamp over their authority. However, we’ve still been lucky to unearth an abundant pool of promising players who are set to showcase their mesmerizing and exquisite skill set and make a case for playing for the Indian side in the not too distant time.

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Indian players who shone in IPL 2019

Sanju Samson, Rajasthan Royals

Sanju Samson

In a season where the Royals failed to impress, they delivered to the Indian selectors and team management, two prospective players who’ve consistently put in maverick showings. And one of them is the side’s wicket-keeper, Sanju Samson. Hitting the first hundred of this season and his second, the 102 innings from him against the Sunrisers Hyderabad saw cricket experts and followers of the game demand his selection to India’s world cup squad.

With a strike-rate of over 20 in the death overs of the tournament, Samson’s ability to cleanly hit the ball along with play out an innings that took its time according to the requirements see him become a contender for an Indian berth. And it’s not long now that he’s seriously considered to be called up to the team with his performances at the domestic level remaining good as ever.

Shreyas Gopal, Rajasthan Royals

Shreyas Gopal

The second incredible player that the Royals saw venture into the tournament and make a stellar name for himself was Shreyas Gopal. Ending the ball to turn massively, his leg-spinners left many a batsman perplexed, getting two of the tournament’s mainstays in Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers out twice each in the season, the only bowler to do so.

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Getting only the second hattrick of the season in a 5 over encounter against the Royal Challengers Bangalore, one that saw him pick up Kohli, AB de Villiers and Stoinis, Shreyas in 12 balls to Kohli, gave away just 24 runs and picked him up thrice. The performance against the stalwarts of the league show the quality he possesses as a bowler, getting the ball to pitch in perfectly on the surface before frisking around to leave the batsmen flummoxed.

With Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal both suffering this season, Shreyas is someone who the side could turn to in the time to come. If he continues the way he has this season, expect him to become a regular for the side soon.

Indian players who shone in IPL 2019

Shreyas Iyer, Delhi Capitals

Shreyas Iyer

The captain of the side who for the first time in a way too long time managed to qualify for the top 4, Shreyas Iyer endured a horrid early exchange in the league. He was woeful with the bat, even worse as a captain, making all the wrong decisions for the franchisee who ever let down repeatedly due to his aberrations.

However, as time passed by, although he didn’t improve massively as a captain, his showing with the bat saw major improvements. At number 3, he became one of the reasons that Delhi was able to put on big scores especially with Shaw falling way too soon. What he brings to the sides he represents is a batsman who can spend time in the middle and gradually build an innings that ensures that wickets are kept intact while the runs come in at a smooth rate.

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While he’s not known for playing quick innings and blowing bowlers apart, with 442 runs in 14 innings, he has come up with the runs for his side. If he can continue with the form and take Delhi all the way to final, the selectors will definitely have him in their future endeavours.

Suryakumar Yadav

Suryakumar Yadav

With a 54 ball 71 against the Chennai Super Kings, Suryakumar Yadav took the Mumbai Indians to a clinical win that saw them cement their berth in the prestigious final of IPL 2019. This was not the first time he’s scored the runs for the Indians though this season. He came up with 46 against KKR in MI’s trouncing of the side in their last group stage encounter as well, an innings that showed why he needs to be seriously taken into contention for the Indian side in both the ODI and T20 format.

What Suryakumar has been for Mumbai at number 3 is a player who has reaffirmed the side’s status as one of the most complete side in the premier league. Following up from the foundation given by the openers to the franchisee, he along with the rest of the Indians middle-order has been the fulcrum of Mumbai’s meticulous framework of illustrious success.

Indian players who shone in IPL 2019

Deepak Chahar

Deepak Chahar

In a sordid pace bowling attack for the Chennai Super Kings, Deepak Chahar has been the one pacer who the franchisee have ensured stays in the playing XI throughout the season. Used by the defending champions in the powerplay overs, Chahar has across the 15 matches he’s played in the league been economical, more than ready to mix up both the faster and slower balls to make early inroads for the side.

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Chahar came to the front against KKR when he picked up 3 wickets and bowled 20 dot delivers in his 4 overs, breaking Ashish Nehra’s record set in 2009. Ever since he’s hardly given away runs in the field restrictions, keeping his line and length to the wicket to ensure that batsmen find it a tough ask hitting him to the fence.

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