Lone warrior and “One Man Army” for Punjab Kings this season. Livingstone played aggressive cricket through out the tournament. He batted in one way, just to counter-attack. Liam Livingstone scored 437 runs in 14 innings with strike rate of 182. He smashed 34 sixes this season, with sixes of 117m long and many sixes over 100m. With the ball as well, he took 6 wickets.
It would be not wrong if we say, Royal Challengers Bangalore used this resource very well this season. RCB management gave the responsibility of finishing the innings to Dinesh Karthik. He didn’t disappointed fans and management. DK won RCB 3-4 games single-handedly this season. He played the role of finisher brilliantly.
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Dinesh Karthik finished the season with 330 runs in 16 innings at an average of 55.00.
RCB released their main bowler Yuzvendra Chahal before auction, they bought Wanindu Hasaranga as his replacement and he proved his worth for RCB. Hasaranga took 26 wickets in 16 innings at an average of 16.54. Hasaranga played the role of game changer for RCB with the ball.