IPL 10: Best Overseas XI of the league stages

An exclusive list of the best eleven overseas players in the IPL until the league stages.

Chris Lynn
Chris Lynn. (Photo Source: BCCI)

The overseas players in the side are the most talked about before and after the IPL. With the option of playing only four overseas players, many were forced to sit out, warming the benches, while few cemented their place, prohibiting others to break into the side.

Given that there were far too many injuries and player’s itinerary colliding with the International duties, a majority of the foreign players were given a nod ahead in the tournament to display their prowess in the 22-yard. However, only a few of them were outstanding in the season.

Keeping all the factors such as records, impacts, and contributions of foreign contingent in the line-up, we have compiled a list of the best eleven overseas players who have taken the field in the tenth edition of the Indian Premier league.

David Warner (c) – Sunrisers Hyderabad

David Warner
David Warner. (Photo by IANS)

The probable winner of the Orange Cap and the current holder of the same, David Warner has been miles ahead of the rest as he has accumulated as many as 604 runs in the tournament with more to go, given that Hyderabad would aim to play at least two more matches in the Playoffs.

The New South Welshman has consistently provided explosive starts in the tournament and even finished off games for his side. He raised many eyebrows by bringing up his ton against Kolkata Knight Riders within 11 overs of the innings. David Warner ended up with the highest score of the tournament with the help of his 126 in the same match.

He has already hit the most number of boundaries in the tournament and scored four half-centuries in the tournament along with the ton against Knight Riders. Warner also had an exceptional series as far as captaincy is concerned, giving opportunities to the likes of Siraj and Vijay Shankar who have blossomed in the tournament.


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