Top 7 Youngest Players To Debut In IPL History

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We all know how much interesting watching IPL is and in reality players makes the IPL interesting otherwise it would be a boring game. IPL is always the best platform to showcase anyone’s cricket talent. IPL plays a very important role in Indian cricket because it is the platform where Indian cricket get it’s future players.

IPL is always the best platform for young talent to showcase their talent. IPL always helped young talent to play with experienced players and excel in the game. IPL gave many young players and captains to Indian team such as Virat Kohli, Jasprit Bumrah, Hardik Pandya and Rohit Sharma. IPL gave all these players a platform and they proved them and now they are the leading players of Indian mens cricket team.

Other than these, IPL has also given a platform to hundreds of young players. Below are the top 7 youngest players to debut in IPL.

1. Prayas Ray Barman (16 years, 157 days)

Prayas Ray Barman is the youngest player and took first position in our list of top 7 youngest players to debut in IPL. He debuted in IPL for Royal Challengers Bangalore at just 16 years and 157 days. He is a fantastic leg-spinner and has bowled very well in domestic cricket.

He holds the record for youngest player to debut in IPL ever. His future is definitely very bright and he has very much chance to play international cricket in future.

2. Mujeeb Ur Rahman (17 years, 11 days)

Mujeeb Ur Rahman, this Afghani guy has impressed all. He debuted at just 17 years and 11 days from Kings XI Punjab and performed very well. He is an off-break bowler and practiced in very uncertain situations.

He used to see and learn from videos of spin-king Ravichandran Ashwin. He is performing better and better every day and improving his skills.

3. Riyan Parag (17 years, 152 days)

Riyan Parag is a very talented young player from Assam. He debuted at just 17 years and 152 days in IPL for Rajasthan Royals and impressed every one. The days are very near when he will play for Indian international team.

He is a very innovative leg spinner who joined U-19 Indian team at just 16 years. He was also an important player and played very crucial role in U-19 world cup. He helped team India to win the cup.

4. Sarfaraz Khan (17 years, 177 days)

This guy doesn’t need any introduction. Every cricket lover is familiar with this name. Sarfaraz has played very well in IPL as well as in domestic cricket. He left his footprints in IPL 2018 and in domestic cricket too.

He made his debut at just 17 years and 177 days for Royal Challengers Bangalore and impressed captain Virat Kohli with his amazing performance.

5. Pradeep Sangwan (17 years, 179 days)

Pradeep Snagwan is an unknown name in Indian cricket and IPL. He made his debut at just 17 years and 179 days for Delhi daredevils (now Delhi capitals) and performed good.

He is an unknown name because now he doesn’t play in international cricket or IPL because in IPL 2013 he tested positive for Stanazol and BCCI banned him for 18 months from all the 3 formats and both domestic and international cricket.

6. Abhishek Sharma (17 years, 251 days)

Abhishek Sharma is a young a talent from Punjab. He was also a part of U-19 Indian team and performed very good in domestic cricket too. He is a left-arm orthodox bowler who debuted at just 17 years and 251 days for Delhi daredevils.

He performed amazing in domestic cricket and impressed everyone.

7. Unmukt Chand (18 years, 16 days)

Unmukt Chand is an another young talent and took 7th position in our list of top 7 youngest players to debut in IPL. He was the captain of U-19 Indian team in world cup and led and helped his team to win the trophy.

He is an excellent tight-handed batsman and has performed outstanding in domestic cricket in India. He made his debut in IPL at just 18 years and 16 days for Delhi daredevils (now Delhi capitals).

So, this was our list of top 7 youngest players to debut in IPL history. Hope you liked it. Thanks for reading.

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