This twelfth version of the IPL is running. When it started in 2008, it was the same as it was today. Along with the audience, there is also a lot of enthusiasm for the international players in the IPL. Some have also been charged that they have called international cricket early on so that they can play IPL so that they can play IPL.
There were also a few players who had retired from the charge, but after taking retirement or playing retirement to play the IPL, they could have played in IPL as they have the ability to play cricket for years now.
1. Matthew Hayden The horror of the left-handed opening batsman who was in international cricket was the same, and the dread remained in the IPL for the bowlers. In the 2009 season, Orange Cap was also punished on his head. He scored 572 runs in 12 matches. His manguj bat was also in good discussion, whose handle was longer than an ordinary cricket bat.
2. Shane Warne Shane Warne, who had said goodbye to international cricket till 2006-07, joined the Rajasthan Royals in 2008 as captain, his team was considered to be the underdog. But the experienced Shane Warne raised the IPL trophy with the youth team, he also took 18 wickets in 15 matches.
3. Mike Hussey 'Mr. Cricket' played an international test match in Australia in 2013, the same year he played some excellent innings for CSK. Mike Hussey scored 733 runs in 17 matches, he was the highest run scorer in that version, his personal high score was 95 runs.
4. Dwayne Bravo This all-rounder took retirement from international cricket last year, but Bravo played T20 against England in the last international match 2016. Despite the distance from international cricket, he has played many league matches, he has also played many memorable innings from CSK. Most wickets were bowled in 2013 and 2015.
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