The finest players in IPL history got together on “Legends Lounge” to discuss the greatest IPL moments. The panel comprised Chris Gayle, Suresh Raina, Parthiv Patel, Robin Uthappa, Anil Kumble, and Scott Styris.
In the history of the Indian Premier League, who were the greatest players? The argument will continue to rage every season. However, some of the best players the league has ever seen gathered for TATA IPL ‘All-Time GOATs,’ a brand-new episode of ‘Legends Lounge,’ which is accessible on JioCinema, to debate all those who have had the greatest influence.
Gayle, the fearless left-hander from the West Indies, was selected as the best international batsman by all voters. The man known as Universe Boss issued a challenge to anyone who would disagree.
He said, “Come on, of course, it’s me. Anyone object, put two boxing gloves down and I can punch it out!.”
Later, the committee suggested David Warner and AB de Villiers as potential opponents to Gayle’s selection.
Anil Kumble and the panel praised Mr. IPL Suresh Raina as the greatest Indian batsman in IPL history.
Scott Styris explained why he concluded, “Your match-winning ability and the way you’ve led CSK, I think it’s a pretty easy decision.”
The panel highlighted a few additional Indian batters who might contend for that spot; Uthappa mentioned Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni, while Parthiv praised Shikhar Dhawan for his dependability. But in the end, Raina was chosen.
The panel then identified Sunil Narine and Rashid Khan as two foreign players who might be regarded as the best bowlers in tournament history, but everyone concurred that Lasith Malinga had an unrivaled impact on his club and the league.
Names like Zaheer Khan, Harbhajan Singh, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Amit Mishra, Piyush Chawla, and Yuzvendra Chahal were frequently mentioned when discussing the greatest Indian bowler.
Chris Gayle concluded the conversation by outlining the difficulties of portraying Jasprit Bumrah, who was chosen for the role by the panel, “Bumrah. I am not gonna pick an off-spinner like Bhajji or Ashwin, but Bumrah. You just can’t seem to get him. Difficult to play his slow ball, his variations are very, very unique. I pick Bumrah.”