Pakistan have benefits because of IPL

Sudev Haldar
3 years ago

Pakistan have benefits because of Indian Premier League IPL)

As we know Pakistani cricketers are not allowed to play in IPL, but currently Pakistan cricketers should be thankful to IPL

IPL, who reduced the strength of the opposition team South Africa in the third and final match and got a psychological advantage before the match between Pakistan and South Africa.

Significantly, 5 experienced South African players Quinton de Kock, David Miller, Kagiso Rabada, Lungi Ngidi, and Anrich Nortje joined their respective teams for the upcoming IPL 2021 season starting April 9

Due to the performance of these five players in the second ODI, South Africa beat Pakistan by 17 runs to equal 1-1 in the three-match series.

South Africa played their final ODI match without their star players and they lost their match

Pakistan have benefits because of IPL

Five Players who left the series because of IPL

Quinton de Kock (Mumbai Indians)
In the first ODI, de Kock has scored 20 runs in just 18 balls, but in the second ODI, De Kock gave a strong start to South Africa by playing 80 runs off 86 balls.

David Miller (Rajasthan Royals)
David Miller had scored half-centuries in both ODIs. The first ODI 50 runs came in 56 balls while in the second ODI he played an explosive inning of 50 runs off 27 balls.

Anrich Nortje (Delhi Capitals)
The absence of this bowler brought a smile to the faces of the Pakistan batsmen. In the first two ODI matches, Nortje took 7 wickets. In the first ODI, Norte took 4 wickets for 51 runs and returned the home team’s match. At the same time, in the second ODI, he took 3 wickets for 63 runs.

Kagiso Rabada (Delhi Capitals)
In the first ODI, Kagiso Rabara took 1 wicket for 51 and also took 1 wicket for 43 in the second but Africa lacked the experience of a bowler like him in the final.

Lungi Ngidi (Chennai Super Kings)
Lungi Ngidi proved to be expensive in the first ODI and he could not take a single wicket for 65 runs in the second ODI too.

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