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Indian Flop Cricketer Playing XI for IPL 2022 League Stage

Indian Flop Cricketer Playing XI for IPL 2022: The league stage has ended with final fixtures played between PBKS and SRH at Wankhede Stadium.

There are many players who are impressed with their bat and bowl and some of impressed with their poor performance.

Apart from the decent performance, this season has been like a nightmare for others who were picked by their teams in the mega auction at a good amount.

Including some youngsters, there are many big names who could not deliver as per the expectations of the fans and their franchise as well.

Here is a flop Indian Playing XI for League stage of IPL 2022:

Ajinkya Rahane, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Mayank Agarwal, Venkatesh Iyer, MS Dhoni, Ravindra Jadeja, Vaibhav Arora, Varun Chakravarthy, Mohammed Siraj, Jaydev Unadkat.

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Ajinkya Rahane:

Things are not going well with this Senior Indian batter in either of the formats since the Test series against South Africa earlier this year. Rahane was facing criticism for his poor performance as he is continuously failing to score runs. During the mega auction of IPL 2022, Kolkata Knight Riders added him to the team for the price of 1.0 Cr.

Rohit Sharma:

Captain of Senior Indian Team and Mumbai Indians in IPL, Rohit Sharma is known for his classic batting style and his capability to play big innings in any format of the game. He was in a good and sound batting form before IPL 2022. But things went completely south for him both in captaincy for MI and his own batting.

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Virat Kohli:

Undoubtedly, the best batter in the world in across all formats. Former Indian captain and Indian batting stalwart Virat Kohli is going through a lean patch of his career for the last couple of months. His poor form followed him in the 15th edition of IPL as well.

Mayank Agarwal:

Mayank Agarwal impressed everyone with his stellar performances in IPL 2021 last year. Giving him the responsibility of captaincy, PBKS has retained him for the amount of INR 12 Cr. But he failed to deliver with his bat the season for his team.

Venkatesh Iyer:

Young Indian all-rounder showed some fine performances last year in IPL 2021 and the domestic circuit as well. KKR bought him for an amount of INR 20 Lakhs last year in the mini-auction. But this year he was retained by Kolkata before the mega auction for IPL 2022 at a very good amount of INR 8 Cr.

MS Dhoni:

Former Indian captain MS Dhoni left everyone in shock when he decided to quit captaincy of CSK and transfer it to the senior all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja. Under Jadeja’s leadership, the team failed to deliver losing the first four matches. In the middle of the season, Jadeja decided to leave captaincy and asked Dhoni to take the responsibility back.

Ravindra Jadeja:

Taking charge of CSK’s captaincy from MS Dhoni, it was not an easy task for Jadeja to carry the whole team along with his individual performance. The team drastically failed in the initial matches of the tournament and so did Jadeja. He had to quit captaincy and Dhoni took the charge again but it was already too late for CSK.

Varun Chakravarthy:

Kolkata Knight Riders retained Varun Chakravarthy last year for INR 4 Cr. Later, this year before the mega auction for IPL 2022, the franchise extended their trust in him and retained him at double amount from previous year shedding INR 8 Cr. But unfortunately, Chakravarthy disappointed the franchise with miserable outings in the IPL 2022.

Mohammed Siraj:

Mohammed Siraj delivered some good performances last year in IPL 2021 and he also had some fine outings in the International circuit as well. Royal Challengers Bangalore retained him before the mega auction of IPL 2022 for the amount of 7.0 Cr. But Siraj couldn’t repeat his performances from the the last two years and was dropped for RCB’s last league match.

Jaydev Unadkat:

Jaydev Unadkat was released by Rajasthan Royals ahead of IPL 2022 mega auctions which resulted in him going into the auctions for this season. In the mega auction, Unadkat was bought by Mumbai Indians for INR 1.30 Cr after a bidding war with CSK.

Vaibhav Arora:

The young bowler from Punjab got his first call to IPL last year when he was bought by KKR for INR 20 Lakhs but he didn’t get a chance to play in any match. Earlier this year, he was released by KKR before the mega auction of IPL 2022.

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