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5 Players who are hits in other T20 leagues but flops in IPL

Players who are hits in other T20 Leagues but Flops in IPL

Ever since the arrival of t20 cricket, the franchise cricket has grown a lot. There are now multiple T20 leagues all around this world. In fact, there are a lot of players who thrive on these leagues and tournaments and also, at times, prefer them over their respective national teams. But there are a few players who are quite successful in various leagues but not in IPL.

Top 5 Players who are hits in other T20 Leagues but Flops in IPL

D’Arcy Short (Australia)

D’Arcy Short is one of the very popular players in Big Bash League or BBL. His power hitting batting is not hidden at all. The player had first made his way into domestic arena in the year 2011. In fact, he has also gotten the wide amount of fame for the heroics when he was playing for Hobart Hurricanes in the Big Bash League. In the last edition of BBL, he has scored 572 runs in 11 innings. In fact, the following season actually saw him flaying attacks around this part for another time as he went on to turn out to be the top-scorer, with 637 runs in his kitty. But he was not left any mark in IPL.

Tymal Mills (England)

Though, Tymal Mills is one of the popular names in current cricketing sensations but his journey has been a roller-coaster ride. Though, he has earned a lot of fame in his career but Indian tour in 2016 added another feather to his rising career. He was bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore for the whopping amount of 12 crores. But as the team members were expecting something good out of him but he was an utter failure on that season. He got the chance in 5 games but he was quite expensive for his team. This seamer got 5 wickets and came out with a bad economy rate as well. However, he was good in PSL but he was not good enough in IPL.

Colin Ingram (South Africa)

Colin Ingram is one of the successful names in the domestic cricket circuit. He grabbed the attention after making decent runs in the 2010 Champions Trophy. After accomplishing the positive results in the English domestic circuit, the 34-year-old tried his luck in the T20 leagues like the PSL, BBL & MSL. He is one of the stalwarts of the PSL and he also has the fine record in the BBL as well. However, one tournament, wherein, Ingram’s fortunes were not with him is the Indian Premier League. Back in 2018, he was brought by the Delhi Capitals in the auctions and went on to play 12 matches for the team. But the South African could score a minimal amount of 205 runs at a below par average of 17.08. He could not prove his skill in the tournament well.

Darren Sammy (West-Indies)

When it comes to the power hitting batsman, you cannot skip the name Darren Sammy. This Carribean cricketer has proved himself again and again in various matches and leagues. But on the other hand, he was not great in IPL rather he has been the big disappointment as well. Sammy was first signed by the Sunrisers Hyderabad back in 2013 and was named their captain the following year. Then, RCB bought him considering his batting skills in mind but the veteran cricketer has played just 20 games in all these seasons combined and could score only 295 runs. On the other hand, he has proved himself in PSL.

Rilee Rossouw (South Africa)

After playing some of the hard hitting knocks in U19 World Cup in 2008, he was selected for a big tournament, Champions League T20. In fact, as he got a chance, he started playing good cricket. This was the turning moment in his life and he got chance in RCB. His got lucky that he shared the dressing room with some big names like Indian and RCB captain Virat Kohli, AB De Villiers, and Chris Gayle. But that did not do any magic because Rossouw got chance in 5 IPL games and he could not prove with his bat.

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