IPL 2024: Top 5 Debutants Who Took Over The Cricketing World Instantly; Check

Let's take a look at the players who were playing in the tournament for the first time, yet left an unimaginable impact in IPL 2024.

IPL 2024

Let's take a look at the players who were playing in the tournament for the first time, yet left an unimaginable impact in IPL 2024.

IPL 2024: The Indian Premier League is a land of opportunity. An unknown player can become a household name in an instant. Who can forget the story of Hardik Pandya who owes everything to this tournament only!

Every year there are certain debutants in IPL who take on the world. They challenge the world and come out on top at the end of it. This season was no different as many debutants came and shocked the world So, here are the 5 best debutants of IPL 2024.

Top 5 Debutants Of IPL 2024

Mayank Yadav: There is a thing about Indian fans. If we see a genuine fast bowler, we get behind him no matter which team he plays for. That is exactly what happened when Mayank Yadav made his debut against PBKS. The whole nation was in awe of the raw pace of the bowler and supported him with all their might.

He recorded the fastest delivery of IPL 2024 at 155.8 kph and was rapid throughout. He was only able to play 4 matches due to injury but picked two Man Of The Matches in those 4 matches.

Jake Fraser Mcgurk: It has been so long since we have seen a rapid opener at Delhi’s camp. Long gone are the days of blistering David Warner as he was replaced promptly by Jake Fraser McGurk. If you want to see what changed the DC’s season for good, this man would be at the center of it.

He scored more than 300 runs with a strike rate of 236 and more than 90% of his runs came in the form of boundaries. It is a shame that he could not make the 15-man squad of Australia for the ICC T20 World Cup 2024.

Ashutosh Sharma: It is a story of grit, determination, patience, and hard work. At the age of 28, Ashutosh made his IPL debut, and what a debut it was. The Shashank-Ashutosh duo was firing on all cylinders for the Punjab Kings.

His half-century against Mumbai Indians is one of the best things you would see this year. And that six to Jasprit Bumran was a cherry on top. He will have a big season next year no matter what team he plays for.

Angkrish Raghuvanshi: Another sensational piece of business done by KKR when they bought the 18-year-old for just Rs.20 Lakhs. He held the fort in the absence of Nitish Rana and did that wonderfully. Raghuvanshi got his chance against Delhi Capitals at number 3 and scored a sensational half-century in just 27 deliveries. He is the future of KKR and they should look to get him back no matter what.

Rachin Ravindra: The Kiwi youngster had a weird season. He started in full bang with short burst innings and gave hope to CSK fans. His form dipped down after that and CSK weirdly made a lot of changes to their core squad this time.

But Rachin finally got another chance at the final stage of the group stage and was once again the best batsman for the defending champions. A brilliant half-century against RCB in a do-or-die match was a glimpse of what is to come in the future from his bat.

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