Jason Holder is one of the Silent star in the IPL. Here is a reminder of his IPL career so far

Launched in 2008 under the motto “Where Talent meets Opportunity”, the IPL is now the most popular cricket league, with cricket players from different countries being able to show off their talents to the world through the IPL. The IPL tournament is a very competitive one every year. It takes skill as well as mental strength to excel here.

It only takes one night for a player to become a star among the spectators in a tournament because of the talent they show in a match. There has been a high demand for Caribbean players in this tournament since the inception of the IPL. Chris Gayle, DJ Bravo, Kieron Pollard, Jason Holder, Sunil Narine are some of them.

West Indies right-arm fast bowling all-rounder Jason Holder makes his IPL debut with the Chennai Super Kings in 2013. Since then he has been an effective player in the IPL and always gives the team what they want. Although he does not end a match with a high number of wickets but he is a player who can play a crucial role in the results of a match and change the game by taking wickets at the peak of a match.

In 2013, however, he played six matches for the Chennai Super Kings, but the 22-year-old Jason Holder took just two wickets. He was released from CSK that season after failing to impress in the edition.

He joined sunrisers hyderabad in 2014 in the hope of giving them a good season in the tournament. But he was only able to play one game that year. There he managed to get only one wicket. In the ensuing 2015 edition, no franchise was opened for the Caribbean player.

2015-2016 was a time when the Barbadian player was proving to be an indispensable resource for the West Indies in international cricket. So the Kolkata Knight Riders team bought him for the 2016 edition. However, as in previous years, he was only able to play in four matches and took only two wickets.

He did not have a chance in the IPL in the 2017, 2018 and 2019 editions. However, he was once again acquired by Sunrisers hyderabad for around indian Rs 7,500,000. Jason, who has matured as a player with many international experiences and Combining his experience in the IPL, Jason has taken 14 wickets in seven matches this year.

As a team, sunrisers hyderabad were not successful in the 2021 tournament, but Jason Holder’s performance in the tournament was outstanding For SRH. He took 16 wickets in 08 matches with an Economy of 7.75.

However, SRH did not retain Jason in the franchise for 2022 and he was released. In the mega auction, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings bid for him and after Chennai dropped to Rs 5.25 crore, Rajasthan made another bid for him, which was joined by new franchise Lucknow Super Giants who bought Holder for US $ 1.2 million.

Jason Holder has taken 09 wickets in this tournament so far.

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