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350 lakh spent, No wicket yet – Mitchell Starc’s horror start to IPL 2024 continues

350 lakh spent, No wicket yet – Mitchell Starc’s horror start to IPL 2024 continues

RCB vs KKR: Mitchell Starc's horror outing in IPL 2024 continues, 350 lakhs spent by KKR, yet to be rewarded with a wicket

7.3 lakhs per delivery, 350 lakhs spent – Yet no Wickets in IPL 2024. Mitchell Starc stole the headlines after he was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for an eye staggering sum of 24.75 crores. But the Kolkata outfits didn’t get the reward from the Aussie speedster which they so desperately wanted.

It is very likely that Starc is feeling the heat – especially with his price tag. In the first game, i.e KKR vs SRH he leaked 53 runs. In the RCB vs KKR, the ODI World Cup was yet again taken to the cleaners. Starc yet again gave 47 runs without managing to bag a single dismissal. KKR has now spent over 350 lakhs on Starc and are yet to be rewarded with a wicket.

One of the things that has worked as a disadvantage for Starc is his extra pace. The batters have effectively used his pace deliveries into hitting fours and sixes. One such prime example was Virat Kohli hammering the KKR bowler in the opening over of the RCB vs KKR clash.

There is no question on the ability of Starc. He is a world renowned bowler and a World Champion. It is likely to be just a matter of time, before he can get his head back into the zone. Cricket fans know the threat he carries and will surely pose a big treat to the other teams as the tournament progresses on.

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