Who is going to win the IPL this season? Isn't that a much-debatable question? But before we even start thinking about it, there are a few dhurandar players in every team who have evolved as great stars. These players not only are the aan, baan and shaan of their respective countries for whom they usually play but are also followed during the Indian Premier League, when they all unite together and form new teams and play together.
Today, we have a list of players from one of the most celebrated teams, the Delhi Daredevils, who are super dhansu batsmen and who actually promise thrilling performances on the cards from the Delhi outfit.
Munro adds a lot of arsenal to his team this year. It shouldn't be a matter of surprise if one day the DD match comes out as the Munro day because he is one of the finest batsmen that the team has. If the team ever gets a flyer, we can speculate it's Munro who is in the groove.
Pant moved around the city to city in his teen years to make a name for himself. The batsman has broken many records including the triple-hundred against Maharashtra. He is indeed a swashbuckling batsman that the team got this year during the auctions. He has played around 25 matches and has scored 592 runs since IPL 2016 till date.
All-rounder Glenn Maxwell has shared that the ball tampering has been a tough time for him and his team but, his IPL achievements are super amazing. He is indeed a crucial part of the team and had also took to Twitter to wish luck to his teammates when he could not play the match recently.
Jason's IPL bid closed at 1.50 crores this year. Going by his current forms and all the news, he is one of the best representatives of the team when it comes to batting.
Gambhir is the captain of the team this year. (Yay!) With his unleashing performance and the way he is leading the team, it is evident that the tags that were given to his team such as being 'underachievers' will all be taken care of by him. He is the right balance required for the team to win the title. Gambhir was previously a part of the team where the highest he scored was 534 in 2008.
That's all, people.
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