Anil Kumble In 2008, Anil Kumble, who had said goodbye to international cricket, blasted the IPL in the very next year. RCB, who stood second in the previous edition, came straight from the front to second in the captaincy of 'Jumbo'. Anil Kumble took 21 wickets in 16 matches, his 5.86 economies also topped the list of Top 10 Wicket Takers that year.
Adam Gilchrist This stormy player showed a different style of cricket in the cricket world when Gilchrist came to play for the IPL also, his coin ran very well, where his team failed miserably in the first edition, while the winner became the right next year. For Deccan Chargers, they scored 1289 runs with a strike rate of 147.82. He has three vigils in his entire IPL career.
Muttiah Muralitharan The world's most successful bowler, Muttiah Muralitharan was active in international cricket till 2011, but the IPL career lasted till the year 2014. His first season was not something special. He took 2 wickets in 5 matches. But the next season was a ball, 15 wickets in 10 matches that were 6.5 and economy of 17.
Sourav Ganguly When grandfather is present in a team, it is also very good for the team. In the initial three seasons, he led KKR, after which he joined Pune Warriors. As a batsman, the year 2010 proved to be the best for him, he scored 493 runs in 14 matches in 38 matches. Then it was two years for him to retire.
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