IPL 2013: Appealing with an emotional touch!
IPL is not only about witnessing massive sixes and Boundaries, bowlers too play an important role in making it a game full of excitement and thrill
IPL is not only about massive sixes and boundaries. Bowlers too play an important role in making it a game full of excitement and thrill.<br><br>Mumbai's Jasprit Bumrah - the surprise package of IPL 6 - could not hold back his excitement when appealing for the wicket of Bangalore's Mayank Agarwal.<br><Br> The 19-year-old seamer from Ahmedabad took 3 wickets in his debut match against Royal Challengers Bangalore. (PTI image)
All rounder Madhushanka Senanayake of Kolkata Knight Riders appeals for the wicket of Kings XI Punjab's Adam Gilchrist. <br><br> In the 2011-12 Sri Lanka Premier League tournament, he was the highest wicket-taker with 16 wickets in six games at an average of 11.18. (BCCI image)
Rahul Sharma after bowling to Wriddhiman Saha of Chennai Super Kings appealed loudly which was followed by a confused expression as the umpire took few seconds before he gave his verdict - in favour of the bowler. (BCCI image)
Dwayne Bravo is as passionate about bowling as he is about smacking the ball out of the park when batting.<br><br> The Chennai Super Kings' all-rounder is seen here appealing for the wicket of Bangalore skipper Virat Kohli. (BCCI image)
Kolkata's Bret Lee is another player who is extremely passionate about his bowling. Some feel he takes his on-field performance too seriously!<br><br> This is evident here at least as he appeals to send Rajasthan's Shane Watson back. (BCCI image)
There are no half measures when Morne Morkel has the ball in his hand. <br><br> The Delhi Daredevils' player puts his all in asking the umpire for the wicket of Chennai's Murali Vijay. (BCCI image)