Top 5 Best Debutants in IPL 2017 – Scooptimes

Top 5 Best Debutants in IPL 2017: IPL cricket league 2017 is now at its end, there are 8 teams who are now participating in this league are Kolkata Knight Riders, Royal Challengers Bengaluru, Rising Pune Supergiant, Kings XI Punjab, Gujarat Lions, Mumbai Indians, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Delhi Daredevils. Each of the team consists of both foreign and local players. It is a big platform for the local players to acquire knowledge from the foreign players who are well-known in the field of cricket. Here we take a look at Top 5 players who performed well as debutants in 2017.

Basil Thampi

He played for Gujarat Lions in the IPL cricket league 2017; bowled extremely well and also a competitor in IPL most emerging players; he took 11 wickets in 12 matches with an economy rate of 9.49; his best bowling performance is 3/29 with an average of 38.54.

Rahul Tripathi

He is playing for Rising Pune Supergiant and played 14 matches; scored 388 runs with a batting strike rate of 149.80, his highest score is 93. He crossed 50 runs twice in this IPL cricket league but unfortunately he did not score a single run in the current match against Mumbai Indians today.

Mohammed Siraj

He is playing for Sunrisers Hyderabad in this IPL. He is one of the most emerging players in IPL 2017. He played 6 matches and took 10 wickets; his bowling strike rate is 13.80 and economy rate is 9.21. His best bowling performance is 4/32.

Rashid Khan

He along with Mohammad Nabi, the first ever Afghan players who are representing Afghanistan in IPL cricket . He is playing for Sunrisers Hyderabad and proved his ability. He played 13 matches and took 17 wickets with an average of 5.50; strike rate is 18.35 and bowling economy rate is 6.67 but not too good with bat; he scored 11 runs best 6 not out; batting strike rate is 122.22.

Ben Stokes

Benjamin Andrew “Ben” Stokes is the most valuable player in IPL 2017. He is the vice-captain of England National Cricket team, played for Rising Pune Supergiant, at the time of this article; he left for England for playing in Champions Trophy. He played 12 matches and scored 316 runs with an average of 31.60, batting strike rate is 142.98. His highest score is 103 not out, with the ball in hand he took 12 wickets, with an average of 26.33, economy rate is 7.18. His best bowling performance is 3/18.