The career of these 3 players will end after IPL 2022, the names of star players are on the list

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Pro Cricket News: The 15th season of IPL 2022 is slowly reaching the playoffs. There are currently few matches left in the league, with all teams competing for the playoffs. Apart from this, there are some players who will be seen playing for the last time in this season.

So today we are going to tell you about three players who will end their T20 careers in this season.

1) Dwayne Bravo:

Chennai Super Kings (CSK) star player Dwayne Bravo is known for his aggressive batting & bowling. This player is an expert in everything from bowling to batting. But Bravo’s magic didn’t work in this year’s IPL. In such a situation, it is expected that no team would like to include him in their camp in the upcoming IPL.

2) Kieran Pollard:

Kieran Pollard is at number two on the list of unsuccessful batsmen this season. He has played a total of 11 matches for Mumbai Indians (MI) this season, scoring 144 runs. Pollard, who is called the finisher of Mumbai Indians (MI), is now 35 years old. In such a situation, there is a rumor that Pollard will no longer play in the IPL after this season.

3) Vijay Shankar:

Vijay Shankar, who was part of Gujarat Titans for Rs 1.4 crore, did not help the team win a single match. He has played four matches this season in which he has scored just 19 runs. Also, his bowling performance has not been anything special. He hasn’t taken a single wicket yet. After seeing this, no team would like to include this player in their team in the next season.

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