Caribbean Premier League CPL 2020 was successfully concluded against all odds despite the Covid19 Pandemic even though several players decided to pull out of the tournament. The event was enjoyed by cricket lovers all over the world in an otherwise tragic year.
Listed below are the top CPL performers for 2020 who have enthralled the fans with their performances in the tournament:
The dynamic Kiwi opener has been listed as the top CPL best performer in 2020. He is considered a go-getter when it comes to piling up runs in every inning of the Caribbean Premier League. He has scored 316 runs in this tournament at an average of 35 runs per game. His prolific fast scoring record in the last two years during the CPL series is commendable as he scored 374 runs at an average of 36 in 2019, and he piled up a whopping 457 runs at an average of 41 in 2018.
Darren Bravo has been a prolific run-scorer in Caribbean Premier League and his consistent performance has won him several accolades from the cricket fraternity. Bravo never misses an opportunity to hit fours and sixes on loose deliveries in the T20 format and has a great potential to make his mark in the cricketing world for years to come. He scored 297 runs in the CPL 2020 tournament with an average of 59.
Roston Chase has turned out to be one of the standout performers in Caribbean Premier League 2020 as he turned around some important innings with his batting skills. He held the batting order together with his strike abilities as a big hitter in the team. Chase managed to aggregate 225 runs at an average of 37.5 with a strike rate of 110.
The sheer determination of Kieron Pollard as a captain had a positive impact on his team during Caribbean Premier League 2020. The all-rounder has proved his batting and bowling skills time and again during the CPL tournaments over the years. He is one of the most sought-after T20 players in the world, commanding high prices during the auctions. His inning against Barbados Tridents where he scored 72 runs from just 28 balls with 9 sixes and 2 fours is a classic example of snatching victory from the jaws of defeat.
Kiwi player Scott Kuggeleijn has shown some extraordinary ability with the ball during Caribbean Premier League 2020. He was the standout bowler in CPL 2020 for bowling the crucial match-winning overs for his side. His impressive performance in the tournament will secure him a place in future T20 tournaments.
The star performer from Afghanistan has found the place in the list for the consistent performers in Caribbean Premier League 2020. He scored 156 runs and picked 12 wickets at an economy rate of 5.10. by bowling the majority of overs in power play and restricted the opposition batsmen to a great deal.
Akeal Hosein played seven games in the Caribbean Premier League and picked ten wickets at an economy rate of 5.5. He made life difficult for batsmen with his accurate line and length by using the traditional slow left-arm orthodox bowling style. In seven games that he played in CPL 2020, he used his arm ball to good effect and kept the batsmen guessing with his pace variations.