5 IPL 2020 flops that did well in BBL 2020-21

These BBL players failed in IPL 2020 to stand out on the big stage and as a result their team had to suffer.

Glenn Maxwell. (Photo by Graham Denholm – California / Cricket Australia via Getty Images)

The Indian Premier League is the toughest and most competitive T20 tournament. To make a name for themselves, young people do their best to beat the experienced. Apart from that, experienced players are trying to return to the circuit with excellent performances in this lucrative league. Currently, it is very difficult for a player to settle in this league.

If the above situations don’t give you a glimpse of competitiveness, then you’ll be surprised to know that last year’s playoff race lasted until the last league game! The teams at the bottom of the table have managed to climb to the top half of the table. Plus, youngsters like Ishan Kishan and Nicholas Pooran have destroyed a few bowling attacks. It will be interesting to see their performances in the coming season.

Speaking of the players who failed last year, well, there were plenty! These players failed to stand out on the big stage and as a result their team had to suffer. However, few players have failed to perform impressively in the IPL, but they have had a good impact in the Big Bash League. Here is the list of the 5 IPL 2020 flops that did well in BBL 2020-21:

5. Daniel Sams

Daniel Sams
Daniel Sams. (Photo by Brett Hemmings – California / Cricket Australia via Getty Images)

Daniel Sams has been roped by the Delhi Capitals for the thirteenth season of the IPL. He was brought in as the third crimper for Ricky Ponting’s team as Rabada and Anrich led the bowling attack. For Sams, it was the biggest scene because he had never faced something big like IPL. Already playing for a strong team, there was added pressure on him to make a name for himself.

Well it looks like the pressure got the better of him because he had a bad first season. He was included in the lineup for just three matches. In those three matches, he had a low save rate of 9.5 and was unable to take a wicket. It never helped her team as they struggled through the second half of the tournament. And, the absence of the third crimper meant that the Delhi capitals struggled to suffocate the Mumbai Indians in the final.

However, Sams has had a brilliant BBL season. In his recent stint with Sydney Thunder, Sams won 11 wickets in 9 games with an 8.51 save rate. Speaking of his average, he had an average of 23.70 in the Big Bash League. For a player who has had a terrible IPL season, it’s a much better performance. Therefore, Sams is on this list of 5 IPL 2020 flops that did well in BBL 2020-21.

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