Flop XI of IPL 2016

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Friday, June 3rd, 2016 | 1


Sunrisers Hyderabad won the 9th edition of IPL this year. Indian Premier League is known as the platform of World Star Cricketer. Many of the varieties showed in IPL and many emerging stars comes up from here. So, greatest players in the world was dull as well.

Cricket is the most popular website ‘ESPN Cricinfo’ just-concluded IPL Flop XI, They aligns the team based on individual performance in this IPL. The “flop XI” players’ six Indian cricketers’ available. In addition, three of Australians, one cricketer from West Indies and South Africa.

Cricinfo ‘Flop XI:

  1. Shreyas Iyer: great performing in last season IPL but Shreyas scored only 30 runs in 6 matches. Max of 19. The Delhi star had scored 439 runs in 14 matches on last IPL. Which was the highest for Club.
  2. Chris Gayle: Without Chris Gayle in Twenty format, but it seems a lot of zero. The West Indies monsters batting was quite dull. The star Batsman of Bangalore scored 227 runs in 16 matches with an average of 22.70.
  3. David Miller: The left-hander was the captain of the Punjab. Miller goes for the captaincy, but could not perform. Just 161 runs in 14 matches at an average of 16.
  4. Glenn Maxwell: Maxwell also quite dull in the whole tournament. He played just 11 matches and scored 179 runs. 14 Fours and eight sixes came from him. He returned home at the midway through the tournament due to injury.
  5. Deepak Hooda: Buying with nearly four million Indian rupees was the Hyderabad’s is one of the worst investment. He has just scored 144 runs in 17 matches. Where his averaged just 10.28.
  6. Hardika Pandya: Hardika made placed at Mumbai squad after a great season with India. At this IPL total 44 runs comes from him in 11 games. Took just three wickets.
  7. Pawan Negi: At IPL auction, with nearly 8 million Indian rupees Delhi this purchased this all-rounder with surprise. But in 8 matches he scored just 57 runs and has taken just one wicket and surprised Delhi.
  8. James Faulkner: This year’s edition Faulkner has an economy rate of 9.82 with Gujarat Lions. He just played 7 matches in the whole tournament.
  9. Mitchel Johnson: Though he retired from international career but wanted to show his experience this year’s IPL. However, the Kings XI Punjab bowler had the chance to play just three games. He took only two wickets with an economy rate of 9.63.
  10. Mohammad Sami: Indian pacer got the chance to play eight matches in this year’s tournament. He was an average of 48.80 and an economy rate of 9.69 and just took five wickets.
  11. Corn Sharma: Corn Sharma IPL undoubtedly the worst performers for champions Sunrisers Hyderabad. A total of 17.0 overs he bowled and did not have any wickets after cost 162 runs.
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