Scorecard of 10 Indian T20I Superstars

Yuzvendra Chahal – 7/10

While the other RCB bowlers were put to the cleaners by the opposition batsmen, this leg-spinner was the lone standout as his economical bowling controlled the run flow in the middle stages of the game.

Although he was not at all near his best, he took 12 wickets from 14 games with an economy rate of 7.26. Knowing the England batsmen’s vulnerability to play leg-spin, Chahal can be Kohli’s best trump card in the upcoming England tour.

Jasprit Bumrah – 8/10

He is certainly becoming one of the deadliest death bowlers of the world as his accurate yorkers in the death overs can prove troublesome for the opposition.

He might have lost some steam than his previous self, however he had managed to pick 14 wickets from 14 matches with an economy of 6.88, which is quite impressive when it comes to T20 cricket.

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