Two-time T20 World Cup successful West Indies captain Darren Sammy and South African leg-spinner Imran Tahir will be part of Manipal Tigers, owned by Manipal Schooling and Medical Group, on Monday. This made it clear that each the gamers would be part of Legends League Cricket. Manipal has additionally included Corey Anderson.
With regard to the arrival of the 2 gamers, the league’s CEO stated that the staff had already picked 13 veterans from the draft and with the cash that was left, they wished to decide on some extra names to be a part of their staff. They wished gamers who’re efficient T20 gamers and higher names couldn’t be shortlisted. All of the three cricketers have performed T20 cricket extensively for his or her respective international locations and have contributed in successful matches for varied different present T20 leagues internationally.
Manipal had spent round Rs 7 crore in shopping for the gamers. Even after this, an quantity of a couple of crore was left in his purse. In such a scenario, he made up his thoughts to incorporate some extra names within the staff and included these three within the staff. The event will start on 16 September after a particular match on the Eden Gardens. The match between India Maharaja and World XI is to be held to commemorate 75 years of India’s independence.
Manipal TigersHarbhajan Singh (Captain), Brett Lee, Muttiah Muralitharan, Phil Mustard, Mohammad Kaif, Parvinder Awana, Ritinder Singh Sodhi, Romesh Kaluwitharana, Dimitri Mascarenhas, Lance Klusener, Ryan Sidebottom, VRV Singh, Darren Sammy, Imran Tahir, Corey Anderson.