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DPL 2022: IPL franchise ignored, now 7 Indian players including Hanuma Vihari will play in Bangladesh

new Delhi:Indian cricket team’s leading batsman Hanuma Vihari did not find a buyer in the IPL 2022 auction. Now Vihari will be seen playing cricket in Bangladesh. They will play in the List A tournament Dhaka Premier League (DPL). Apart from Vihari, Abhimanyu Iswaran, Parvez Rasool, Baba Aparajit, Ashok Maneria, Chirag Jani and Gurinder Singh will also play in the DPL. These were also not bought by anyone in the IPL auction.
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In the Test series against Sri Lanka, Vihari got a chance to play in place of Cheteshwar Pujara. He made buns in difficult conditions batting in three innings. He scored a half-century in the first innings of the Mohali Test. After this, he also played good innings against the pink ball in the Bangalore Test. Vihari’s bat had scored 124 runs in three innings at an average of 41.33.

DPL is starting from 15th March. Vihari will play for Abhani Ltd. He will not be able to play the first three matches of the team. The Test series between India and Sri Lanka ended on 14 March. Now they have reached their home. After spending time with family, Vihari will go to Bangladesh. Abhimanyu Easwaran, who plays domestic cricket for Bengal, will play for Prime Bank. On the other hand, Parvez Rasool Sheikh Jamal Dhanmandi, Baba Aparajit Roopganj Tigers, Ashok Maneria Khelaghar, Chirag Jani Legends of Roopganj and Gurinder Singh Ghazi are part of the group of cricketers.

This is not the first time that Indian players will take part in the Dhaka Premier League in Bangladesh. Earlier many other prominent Indian players like Dinesh Karthik, Manoj Tiwary and Yusuf Pathan have also participated in the DPL earlier. In this season, all the teams can add one foreign player each. Veteran Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez will play for Mohammaden Sporting and Zimbabwe’s Sikandar Raza Shinepukur.