IPL 2019: Team-wise one uncapped player who should be retained
These uncapped players have the capability to succeed in IPL so they should be trusted for more time and should be retained by their respective franchises.
Updated - May 8, 2019 4:14 pm
The mystique of IPL has grown over the years, as a new layer is added after every season. The 12th edition has provided the charm to the audience with its spectacular displays. The players did their best to entertain the jam-packed stadiums, and the crowd support has been enormous. With only 3 games left in the season, the fans are already rooting for the next tourney.
IPL 2019 has been a glorious tournament, as it has surprised everybody with its twists and turns. The franchises have been extremely strategic and the tactics of most of the teams have given them satisfying results. The established players have retained their aura, and some new ones have also arrived for their stake of the limelight. These players should be given more opportunities so, that they can flourish in the next season.
Here are the uncapped players who should be retained by their respective franchises
1) Rahul Chahar – MI
Mumbai Indians have finished at the top the points table in IPL 2019, and one of their stars has been Rahul Chahar. The leggie has been a game changer for the Rohit-led side, as he has picked key wickets. He has scaled up 12 wickets in as many games at a staggering economy rate of 6.83. Chahar is an emerging talent of this edition, and his skills have been a visual treat for cricket lovers.
The cricketer from Rajasthan was a part of the Mumbai squad in the last season but due to the essence of Mayank Markande, he warmed the benches. Chahar waited patiently for his chances and now he looks an integral part of the side for the coming years after a good season. He has an excellent domestic record where he has picked 38 wickets in 22 List-A games at an economy rate of 4.9.
The leg-spinner looks a good bet and he should be retained by the franchise. One cannot forget his spell of 3/19 against Delhi where he outfoxed Indian internationals like Shaw, Dhawan, and Iyer.