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Who Were The Best Performers for Each Team in IPL 2021?

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Chennai Super Kings won the IPL 2021 after defeating Kolkata Knight Riders in the final. CSK won the IPL for the fourth time, and several players played a significant role in CSK’s run in the season.

There were so many other players who gave their heart and soul to their franchises. Some of these players succeeded, and others failed.

Each year the IPL governing council awards some of the top performers during the season. Last night during the award ceremony, many players received their awards and prizes.

Here are the top performers for each franchise in the IPL 2021 season.

Who Were The Best Performers for Each Team in IPL 2021?
Who Were The Best Performers for Each Team in IPL 2021?

Ruturaj Gaikwad – Best Performer for CSK in IPL 2021

Who Were The Best Performers for Each Team in IPL 2021?
Who Were The Best Performers for Each Team in IPL 2021?

Ruturaj Gaikwad made 635 runs in 16 matches at an average of 45.36 and a strike rate of 136.27. He hit 64 fours and 23 sixes during the tournament.

Gaikwad won the orange cap as well as the emerging player of the season award for his performance.

Varun Chakravarthy – KKR

Who Were The Best Performers for Each Team in IPL 2021?
Who Were The Best Performers for Each Team in IPL 2021?

Varun Chakravarthy is one of the rising stars of Indian cricket. In a short span, he has achieved several laurels.

After a breakthrough season last year, he was quickly drafted into the Indian team. He made his debut for India against Sri Lanka earlier this year.

In IPL 2021, he picked 18 wickets in 17 matches at an average of 24.89, an economy of 6.58, and a strike rate of 22.6.

Avesh Khan – DC

Who Were The Best Performers for Each Team in IPL 2021?
Who Were The Best Performers for Each Team in IPL 2021?

Avesh Khan picked the most number of wickets for Delhi Capitals in the season and was easily the best performer. He picked 24 wickets at an average of 18.75, an economy of 7.37, and a strike rate of 15.2.

Harshal Patel – Best Performer for RCB in IPL 2021

Who Were The Best Performers for Each Team in IPL 2021?
Who Were The Best Performers for Each Team in IPL 2021?

Harshal Patel became of the most successful bowlers for RCB in IPL’s history. He equaled the record for picking the most wickets in a season.

RCB always had a weak bowling attack and suffered due to that. The arrival of Harshal Patel from Delhi Capitals changed the fortune of the franchise.

Patel picked 32 wickets in 15 matches at an average of 14.34, an economy of 8.14, and a strike rate of 10.5.

Jasprit Bumrah – MI

Who Were The Best Performers for Each Team in IPL 2021?
Who Were The Best Performers for Each Team in IPL 2021?

Jasprit Bumrah is the face of the pace attack of Mumbai Indians. Since making his debut, he has been one of the standout performers for the team.

In IPL 2021, Bumrah picked 21 wickets in 14 matches at an average of 19.52, an economy of 7.45, and a strike rate of 15.7.

Sanju Samson – RR

Who Were The Best Performers for Each Team in IPL 2021?
Who Were The Best Performers for Each Team in IPL 2021?

The newly appointed captain of the Rajasthan Royals couldn’t take his team across the line. However, Sanju Samson had a great season with the bat.

He made 484 runs in 14 matches at an average of 40.33 and a strike rate of 136.72. Samson was one of the four players to hit a century in the season.

KL Rahul – Best Performer for PBKS in IPL 2021

Who Were The Best Performers for Each Team in IPL 2021?
Who Were The Best Performers for Each Team in IPL 2021?

KL Rahul is one of the most consistent players in recent times. In this season, Rahul made 626 runs in 13 matches at an average of 62.60 and a strike rate of 138.80.

He had the highest average among all the players. He also hit the most number of half-centuries in the season.

Jason Holder – Best Performer for SRH in IPL 2021

Who Were The Best Performers for Each Team in IPL 2021?
Who Were The Best Performers for Each Team in IPL 2021?

SRH finished in the last position in the points table. However, Holder had one of the best seasons and was the best performer for SRH.

He picked 16 wickets in eight matches at an average of 15.43, an economy of 7.75, and a strike rate of 11.9.

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