In the present IPL, a number of Indian pacers have excelled. The country’s current generation of fast bowlers is loaded with technically proficient athletes preparing for a worldwide challenge. While Umran Malik of the Sunrisers Hyderabad has left many batsmen perplexed as to how to deal with his fast speed, Kuldip Sen and Arshdeep Singh have impressed with their ability to bowl at the end.

Mohsin Khan, the most recent addition to the group of rookie pacers, has created headlines with his left-arm pace bowling. Mohsin, 23, from Uttar Pradesh, has 13 IPL Plucks to his name, including a game-changing four-fer against Delhi Capitals. In his team’s most recent triumph against Kolkata Knight Riders, he was outstanding. In a game that came down to the wire on Wednesday, Mohsin took three wickets and gave up only 20 runs in four overs. At the DY Patil Stadium, Mohsin (3/20) and Marcus Stoinis (3/23) helped Lucknow beat Kolkata by two runs.

“He has exceptional abilities, which he has used deftly. He understands when to utilize the slow and quick ones. I’m sure he’ll be wearing the Indian colors shortly. They’re constantly on the lookout for left-handed bowlers “In his post-match presentation, the Lucknow captain stated.

While Mohsin bowled a fantastic session, Rahul and his opening partner Quinton de Kock put up the highest ever opening partnership in the IPL, at 210 runs. Rahul scored 68 off 51 balls, but de Kock went on to score his second IPL century. The South African beat Rajasthan Royals’ hitter Jos Buttler’s 116 to become the IPL’s top individual scorer.

“De Kock was hitting the ball with such precision. The people who were having strong days weren’t winning us games in some of the games. Guys in their 30s and 40s had to get us in our 80s and 90s, which he accomplished. Everyone has been fantastic, especially Lewis, who made a fantastic catch. He’s been in and out of the squad for the last several weeks due to stomach troubles “Rahul said.