Top 5 most dangerous bowler in IPL 2019

Top 5 most dangerous bowler in IPL 2019

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Top 5 most dangerous bowler in IPL 2019

Top 5 most dangerous bowler in IPL 2019

Indian Premier League, one of the biggest sporting leagues in the world was introduced to the world in the year 2008. The 10 seasons of IPL since then have given the fans of the game some of the most exhilarating and nail-biting moments of their lifetime.

Top 5 most dangerous bowler in IPL 2019:

  1. Lasith Malinga:

Mumbai Indians on Wednesday appointed Sri Lankan International and one of its longest-serving member player, Lasith Malinga as the bowling mentor of the team for the upcoming Indian Premier League season.

Malinga has been the core of Mumbai Indians winning combination in the last decade. The Sri Lankan has donned the prestigious Mumbai Indians jersey in 110 matches of the 157 games the franchise has played so far.

As a player, I have enjoyed the journey with Mumbai Indians and now as a mentor, I look forward to the new chapter,” said Malinga.

Mumbai Indians owner Akash Ambani feels having Malinga as a mentor will serve a great benefit to the young talents of the team.

  1. Sunil Narine:

Kolkata Knight Riders’ premier spinner Sunil Narine has joined the squad and the two-time IPL champions are awaiting Mitchell Starc’s replacement by Monday, team CEO Venky Mysore said on Sunday.

The 29-year-old West Indian spinner faced an uncertain future last month when his bowling action was again reported during the Pakistan Super League.

“I had some very good conversation with the IPL, there’s absolutely no issue with Sunil. He’s joined the side, it’s business as usual. No worries there,” Mysore said on the sidelines of a promotional event.

The team CEO said they are not worried too much because of Starc’s injury pullout and said Mitchell Johnson would lead the attack.

  1. Amit Mishra:

Amit Mishra has been a consistent wicket-taker in all the five editions of the tournament. He has also made best useful contributions in the lower order with his timely cameos.

On 17 April 2013 in season 6 of Indian Premier League (IPL 2013) he took a hat-trick playing for Sunrisers Hyderabad against Pune Warriors India and with this hat-trick, he became the first player in IPL history to take three hat-tricks. He has previously taken a hat-trick in IPL 2008 playing for Delhi Daredevils against Deccan Chargers and then again in IPL 2011 playing for Deccan Chargers against Kings XI Punjab.

He played for Delhi Daredevils in IPL 2015, IPL 2016, and IPL 2017. In January 2018, he was bought by the Delhi Daredevils in the 2018 IPL auction.

  1. Piyush Chawla:

Piyush Chawla played in the IPL for the Kings XI Punjab team from 2008 to 2013. He has had a successful time at Punjab. After IPL 4 he had taken 57 in 55 matches and only 5 players had a better record at the time. He was sold for USD 900000 to KXIP in 4th Edition of IPL.

On 12 February 2014, Chawla was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for INR 425 lac in IPL 7 auction. In January 2018, he was bought by the Kolkata Knight Riders in the 2018 IPL auction.

  1. Dwayne Bravo:

Dwayne Bravo played for the Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League for the first three seasons. He was picked up by the Chennai Super Kings during 2011 IPL Auctions. He was one of the top performing players in the 2012 IPL playing for Chennai Super Kings scoring 461 runs at an average of 57 of a strike rate of 178. He was also the team’s highest wicket-taker with 19 wickets.

He also performed well in the 2013 IPL playing for Chennai Super Kings, taking 32 wickets at an average of 9.15 to win the Purple Cap and overthrow Albie Morkel to become Chennai Super Kings’s leading wicket-taker. During IPL 2014 he sustained a shoulder injury in the first match against Kings XI Punjab and was subsequently ruled out of the remaining matches. He launched his single music Chalo Chalo in Chennai on 3 May 2015.

He performed well in the 2015 IPL playing for Chennai Super Kings, taking 26 wickets and winning the purple cap for the second time. He is one of the two men who has won 2 purple caps. After the suspension of Chennai Super Kings for 2 years, he was bought by Gujarat Lions. Later in 2018 IPL, he was retained for 6.40 Crores by Chennai Super Kings again.

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