KL Rahul – 10/10
The Kings XI Punjab batsman showed his form right from the first game when he scored the fastest fifty in the entire history of IPL. He carried on his destructive form and scored 659 runs in 14 games with a strike rate of 158.41.
With 6 half-centuries to his name this IPL season, he became KXIP’s top scorer and blew away all the critics who termed him as a player of the longer format of the game.
Virat Kohli – 7.5/10
The current Indian skipper failed yet again to lead his IPL franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore to title glory. His captaincy came under some scanner but he however had a decent season with the bat.
Scoring 530 runs from 14 games with an average of 48.18, he became RCB’s highest run-getter this season. He needs to quickly become fit from his neck injury as he will undoubtedly be India’s biggest weapon in the upcoming England tour.