Top 5 Forgotten Heroes of The Indian T20 Season

Indian T20 Season
Top 5 Forgotten Heroes of The Indian T20 Season

The Indian T20 season has been a joy ride for the past 12 seasons and while the coronavirus pandemic is still affecting world sports at a ruthless pace, we might not see any major sporting event happening in the near future. The history of the Indian T20 season has been very star-studded with players becoming overnight successes. While it shaped many young players like Virat Kohli, Ravindra Jadeja, Rohit Sharma, etc. there were a few heroes who have now been unfortunately forgotten.

Here are the Top 5 forgotten heroes of the Indian T20 Fantasy Cricket Season:

  • Paul Valthaty

After his match-winning heroics in the 2011 season, Paul Valthaty became an overnight sensation in the league and an integral part of the Kings XI Punjab. In 2012, he was responsible for giving some flying starts to his Indian T20 team and giving them a strong position in the game. After his 1st iconic century, everyone thought he would be a growing name in the Indian Cricket team but to everybody’s surprise, he went unsold for the next seasons of the fantasy cricket league.

  • Swapnil Asnodkar

The first season of the Indian T20 league was a fairytale for the Rajasthan Royals. No big names, a young team led by a legendary Aussie spinner which made them Champions of the 1st season. Swapnil Asnodkar was the opener in the line-up and Captain-Coach Shane Warne’s favorite go-to-guy when challenging totals needed to be chased. Today, Asnodkar is still in the domestic cricket arena and has been unseen for many years.

  • Kamran Khan

The sad ending of an emerging player. Kamran was an amazing anticipated find for the Rajasthan Royals with no experience of professional cricket but was picked by the franchise. Kamran performed quite well throughout the season and dismissed some well-set players including Saurav Ganguly in a match that was won by the Royals in the super over.

  • Saurabh Tiwary

Playing for the Mumbai Indians, Tiwary was the second-highest run-getter in the 2009 season where he batted like a Champion and grabbed many eyeballs. After the next season, he was picked by RCB and after his failure in the season, he went unnoticed that sadly ended up his time in the spotlight.

  • Shadab Jakati

Jakati was once ‘the most decorated cricketer in Goa’ and playing for the Chennai Super Kings he grabbed many wickets and a decent fan following. Being led by Dhoni, he was lucky enough to get the guidance he needed. After Gujarat Lions went out of the Indian T20 season, he went unnoticed for CSK and since then has been in the shadows.

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