3 IPL Talents Who Become Lost Stars : CBTF Overview Blog

IPL is the hub for the young talent and this is the stage for the talented players but we have also seen few stars who faded away soon after showing a glimpse of their quality performances.

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Paul Valthaty:

A player who played U19 WC with Parthiv and Irfan Pathan, shined with his powerpack batting in IPL 2011. Valthaty was signed by Punjab and he scored a magnificent hundred against CSK in IPL 2011. PKBS chased down the target of 189 and Valthay scored 120 off 63 balls. His 120 is the best score by an uncapped player in the history of the tournament. He aggregated 463 runs in IPL
2011 but after the season, he suffered an injury and he becomes almost the start of IPL. 

Manvinder Bisla: 

Who can forget the final of IPL 2012 when Gambhir dropped McCullum and included Bisla as an opener. Chennai posted a big total and Bisla scored 89 runs off just 48 balls to win KKR their maiden IPL title. He failed to retain his consistency and KKR released him. RCB picked him in 2015 but he played only two games. He failed to deliver and faded away with the time. 

Kamran Khan:

RR Darren Berry introduced a pace talent from UP and who made headlines with his impressive left-arm bowling. Captain Warne was also impressed with him. RR signed him in the price of 17 Lakh and he picked six wickets in his debut season. His best game was against KKR when he won a game for RR in super over. His unorthodox action came under the scanner and later, he lost somewhere. He last played in Sri Lanka’s domestic T20 tournament in 2013.