IPL is one such league, which is most liked all over the world. Every year many players become a part of this tournament to show their talent and fulfill their dreams, while many such players are also seen who earn their name by performing brilliantly in the match.
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But some such players have also been seen in history, who earned a lot of name from their performance in IPL, but they suddenly disappeared. Despite the fortune shining overnight, such players exist, who are living an anonymous life today. In such a situation, know about some players.
The first number in the list is the name of Paul Valthaty, who made headlines due to his amazing performance in IPL 2011. He played a total of 14 matches that season and scored 463 runs at a strike rate of 136.98, but his performance was poor in the following season. Playing a total of 6 matches, he was able to score only 30 runs. In such a situation, no franchise showed interest in buying this player in the mega auction of IPL 2013 and since then he remained unsold in every auction and today people do not even know him.
Rahul Sharma's name is second in the list, who has played for Delhi Capitals in IPL. He made his place in the Indian team by performing amazingly on behalf of the Delhi team, but his performance kept on falling and suddenly he was lost in the streets of oblivion. Please tell that Rahul took 40 wickets while playing 44 matches in total IPL.
At number three in the list is the name of Manvinder Bisla, who played for Kolkata Knight Riders, who contributed significantly in helping the KKR team win the final match against Chennai Super Kings in IPL 2012. In this match, he scored 89 runs in 48 balls with the help of 8 fours and 5 sixes and the KKR team became the champion in IPL for the first time, but Bisla could not maintain his form after that and today he is living an anonymous life.
At number four in the list is the name of Manan Vohra, who was included in the last season's Lucknow Super Giants team, whose name people could not recognize. He did not get a chance to play any match. But there was a time when Manan was counted among the best young openers in IPL, but he failed to perform consistently and because of this, the franchise adds him on the backup.
The last and fifth number in the list is the name of right-handed batsman Swapnil Asnodkar, who made his debut for the Rajasthan team in the inaugural season of IPL in 2008. In the debut season, he scored a total of 311 runs in 9 matches at a strike rate of 133.48 while creating panic with the bat, but after that in the next season IPL 2009, he was able to score a total of 98 runs in 8 matches for the Rajasthan team.
In the year 2010 he scored 5 runs in 2 matches and in the year 2011 he scored 9 runs in one match. In such a situation, seeing the decline in his performance gram, no franchise showed interest in buying him and today he is living a life of anonymity.