The Indian Premier League (IPL ) is the most popular franchise T20 league in the world. The Indian Premier League (IPL) league was founded by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in 2007.
Since its introduction, the league has gained a lot of support from fans all over the world and now it is being recognized as the best cricket league in the world. Several times it has been seen that many foreign players even skip their international fixtures to take part in the cash-rich league.
Team Mumbai Indians have been the most successful franchise in the history of IPL. The main credit behind the success of the team has been given to their captain Rohit Sharma. He was handed over the captaincy responsibility and he did wonders for the team.
Meanwhile, there are other very successful captains in IPL like MS Dhoni under whom Chennai Super Kings has won 3 titles. In this article, we will have a look at 8 IPL players who can handle the captaincy responsibility of their team in the future and bring amazing results for the team.
Team-Wise One Current Player Who Can Captain Their IPL Franchise In The Future
Chennai Super Kings (CSK)- Sam Curran
The 23-year-old English all-rounder Sam Curran is a brilliantly talented cricketer. He has got the amazing wicket-taking ability and explosive batting technique. Sam Curran is one of the players who is expected to dominate the cricketing world in upcoming years and he has already started doing that.
He was bought at INR 7.2 crore by Kings XI Punjab ( now Punjab Kings) the third-highest bid in the auctions before IPL 2019. Meanwhile, then he was released by KXIP and was purchased by the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) for INR 5.5 cr.
So far he has done a pretty good job for Ms. Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings, he has been seen learning a lot from Dhoni and if he manages to replicate even half of what Dhoni did he can become extremely successful captain for CSK. Talking about his stats with the bat he has smashed 333 runs at an average of 23.78. Meanwhile, with the ball, he has picked 32 wickets at an average of 27.62 and an economy of 8.84.