Left-arm fast bowlers Mitchell Starc, Trent Boult, Mohammed Amir, Mustafizur Rahman, Shaheen Afridi, dominated the tournament. Starc and Rahman ended up as joint top wicket-takers with 27 and 20 wickets respectively.
Since the RAW after Wrestlemania 2018, when Drew McIntyre made his return, the Scotsman has been pushed as one of the top guys in the roster but despite having all the qualities of a star he still does not have the WWE belt around him.
Kuldeep Yadav was India's surprise package when he made his debut in June 2017. Exactly two years down the line, in June 2019, the 'Chinaman' is expected to play an integral role to India's cause at the World Cup.
Kings XI Punjab's youngest prodigy Prabhsimran Singh is all of 18 years and 240 days and is happy to make his debut against one of the most potent bowling attacks of the Indian Premier League: Sunrisers Hyderabad.
Batting first, Delhi posted a lowly 129/8 in 20 overs as batsmen struggled to time the ball on the sluggish surface. SRH's bowlers, on the other hand, exploited the conditions well and never allowed the game to slip away.
Electing to bowl first, SRH produced a mighty effort with the ball to restrict Delhi to 129/8 after 20 overs. Chasing 130, Hyderabad were home with five wickets in hand and 9 balls to spare. This was SRH's fourth win in five matches at the Feroz Shah Kotla against DC.
In 2011, the whole country sat up and took notice when Jharkhand's Varun Aaron clocked 153 kmph deliveries during the 2010-11 Vijay Hazare Trophy final against Gujarat. Now after a solid domestic season, and equipped some valuable experience from county cricket, Aaron is back.