IPL 2022’s Worst XI: Miserable Failures From Famous Players

You can see a list of the 11 players that performed the poorest in the group stage of the IPL 2022 competition below. Discover the identities of people who have been deemed “unlucky.”

According to match highlights ipl, every one of the ten teams who competed in the Indian Premier League was a strong contender and had a chance to take home the trophy at the end of the season. Even among these teams, there were, however, some players who did not live up to their potential; the 11 players who performed the worst in the preliminary round of the IPL 2022 are given below. Find out the names of those unfortunate individuals that were selected:

Rohit Sharma:

Both the captain of the Indian cricket team and the Mumbai Indians can look back on this season’s Indian Premier League campaign and say it was their worst ever. Even while there was a great deal of excitement about Kohli, his personal superb performance has been mostly ignored. Only 268 runs have been scored by him in 14 games, which works out to an average of 19.14 runs per game.

Ishan Kishan

After being acquired for 15.25 crores of rupees, the very least you can do is play at a mediocre level. But the 23-year-old has struggled mightily throughout the season, finishing with a strike rate of 120.11 for Mumbai Indians and scoring 418 runs. This is his eighth season competing in the Indian Premier League, and given his track record, he ought to have done better than he has thus far.

Kane Williamson

A disappointing season has been had by the captain of Hyderabad as well as the leader of New Zealand’s national squad. In point of fact, he has been detrimental to a team that otherwise had a good chance of qualifying for the playoffs. Even after being moved down in the batting order, the opening batter was unable to give a significant frontline presence, scoring 216 runs with a strike rate of 93.5 in the most competitive Twenty20 league in the world.

Mayank Agarwal

It is with great regret that I must report the death of yet another commander. Being the captain of the Punjab Kings on the big stage has its fair share of problems, and Mayank Agarwal let himself to be overcome by them. Even though he was moved down in the lineup, the greatest hitter on the squad (who had previously scored 400 or more runs in each of the previous two seasons), had his batting average dip to 16.25 in the 12 games played this year.

Venkatesh Iyer

Even though the guy from Madhya Pradesh had a very eventful previous year—from being retained by Kolkata Knight Riders to making his international cricket debut for India—he has been one of the team’s weakest performers this season. This is despite the fact that he had a very exciting year before, including getting retained by Kolkata Knight Riders. His opening batting performance was superior to that of Kane Williamson, as he scored 182 runs at an average of 16.55 and a strike rate of 107.69. On the other hand, his bowling numbers were decent, as he had an economy rate of 11.50.

Shahrukh Khan

SRK’s fame, but KRK’s acting chops. For Punjab Kings, Shahrukh bats in the middle order and has been very productive, scoring 117 runs in 8 innings at an average of 16.71 runs per innings and a highest score of 26 runs. If this club really played a game, he would be in charge of the middle order, where runs would be scored at a rate that would leave them struggling to reach 120.

Kieron Pollard

The massive West Indian has to call it quits from the Indian Premier League as well. The greatest Twenty20 player in history, and a legend in his own time. With a 14.40 batting average and a strike rate of 107.46 for the Mumbai Indians this year, he has had another forgettable season. He has bowled in 6 games, picking up 4 wickets and an economy rate of slightly under 9 per over.

Ravindra Jadeja

Another another day, yet another skipper falls short of the mark. The pressure of succeeding MS Dhoni as captain is already enormous; heading the defending champs just adds to it. In any case, a star player like Ravi Jadeja shouldn’t be able to make excuses for his own play this year. The former captain of the Chennai Super Kings scored an average of 19.33 runs per game as a finisher and took 5 wickets per game with a spinner’s economy rate of 7.52. According to Rajabets, his club had sub 6-to-1 chances of winning the IPL with him as captain. He should have led by example and taken the initiative this time around, despite the fact that everyone was aware of the scrutiny he was under for the team’s poor showing.

Pat Cummins

Pat Cummins, captain of Australia’s red ball side and the ICC T20 World Cup champion only six months ago, was terrible for KKR. Before being benched, he got into 5 games, posting an economy of 10.69 runs. He was supposed to be the team’s main bowler, therefore he should have done better than he did. However, he did come in handy with the bat once, scoring 56* in a winning effort. He was a major disappointment as a bowler for the squad.

Varun Chakravarthy

Varun Chakravarthy, another player from KKR, and the mystery spinner who performed so brilliantly in the previous season were both terrible this time around and were finally discarded before being selected again. He appeared in 11 games, picking up 6 wickets at an 8.51 run average. When both he and Narine were at the top of their games, KKR had a shot at reaching the postseason.

Chris Jordan

Unfortunately, the England international who is widely regarded as a “death over” expert fell short of his expectations. His economy rate was 10.52 in the four games he played before being benched. When the score was tied and the Gujarat Titans needed 48 runs in the final three overs, Rashid Khan smacked him for 25 runs in the first four balls of the innings.

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