IPL 2022 this IPL could turn out to be last for these five players mhsd
Mumbai, May 11: IPL 2022 has now reached its final stage. The Gujarat Titans are the first team to enter the playoffs, with many teams still vying for the remaining three seats. Butler and KL Rahul blasted the bat this season in the IPL, while Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav did the magic of spin in bowling, but many star players failed this season, so this IPL is likely to be the last for these players.
Kieran PollardKieron Pollard, retained by Mumbai Indians, had a disappointing performance this season. Pollard has scored 136 runs in 11 matches at an average of 15.11 and a strike rate of 112.39. Pollard has yet to score a half-century this season. His highest score in IPL 2022 is 25 runs.
Vijay ShankarVijay Shankar has also done very poorly in this year’s IPL. Vijay Shankar, an all-rounder, failed in both bowling and bowling. Vijay Shankar, who is playing for Gujarat, has scored only 19 runs in 4 matches with a strike rate of 54.2. Even in bowling, Shankar could not do much.
Manish PandeyManish Pandey, who plays for Lucknow Super Giants, scored 88 runs in 6 matches at an average of 14.67 and a strike rate of 80. Manish Pandey has so far played in the IPL for Mumbai, RCB, Pune Warriors, KKR, Hyderabad and Lucknow.
Jaydev UnadkatMumbai Indians left-arm fast bowler Jaydev Unadkat was also seen struggling this season. He gave up 190 runs at an average of 9.50 in 5 matches and took only 6 wickets. His best performance was 2 for 32. Given this performance, it is difficult for Jaydev to play in the next season of IPL.
To remain invincibleKKR opener Ajinkya Rahane could not do much this season. He has scored 105 runs in 6 matches at an average of 17.50 and a strike rate of 100.96. Not a single half-century has come from Rahane’s bat this year. Staying in IPL has so far been played by Mumbai, Rajasthan, Pune and KKR.
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