History of Indian Premier League (IPL) so far – Cricbuzz Live 365

 

Cricbuzz IPL History of All the Season SO Far

Indian Premier League (IPL) is without doubt one of the international’s largest T20 cricket match. The match was once began in 2008 and there were 11 seasons of the match thus far.

With eight groups and 62 suits, the 12th season of IPL is scheduled to start from March 23. With simply three weeks to head, the countdown for essentially the most awaited match of the yr has begun.

The protecting champion Chennai Tremendous Kings will play towards Royal Challengers Bangalore in Chennai for the primary fit of the season. CSK skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s efficiency has been good in fresh collection towards Australia and New Zealand. As according to Top rate Cricket, Chennai Tremendous Kings are the favorites to win the match once more this season. For extra IPL making a bet pointers, you’ll observe PremiumCricket.com.

Ahead of getting too forward, let’s have a look at the historical past of IPL:

Indian Premier League 2008:

  • First IPL match.
  • 18 April to one June 2008
  • Ultimate: Rajasthan Royals vs Chennai Tremendous Kings
  • Winner: Rajasthan Royals (gained by way of three wickets)
  • Successful Captain: Shane Warne
  • Guy of the Sequence: Shane Watson (RR)
  • Maximum runs: Shaun Marsh (KXIP) – 616 runs
  • Maximum wickets: Sohail Tanvir (RR) – 22 wickets

Indian Premier League 2009:

  • Because of 2009 Indian normal elections, was once held in South Africa.
  • 18 April to 24 Might 2009
  • Ultimate: Deccan Chargers vs Royal Challengers Bangalore
  • Winner: Deccan Chargers (gained by way of 6 runs)
  • Successful Captain: Adam Gilchrist
  • Guy of the Sequence: Adam Gilchrist (DC)
  • Maximum runs: Matthew Hayden (CSK) – 572 runs
  • Maximum wickets: RP Singh (DC) – 23 wickets

Indian Premier League 2010:

  • First ever cricket match that was once broadcast survive YouTube.
  • 12 March to 25 April 2010
  • Ultimate: Chennai Tremendous Kings vs Mumbai Indians
  • Winner: Chennai Tremendous Kings (gained by way of 22 runs)
  • Successful Captain: Mahendra Singh Dhoni
  • Guy of the Sequence: Sachin Tendulkar (MI)
  • Maximum runs: Sachin Tendulkar (MI) – 618 runs
  • Maximum wickets: Pragyan Ojha (DC) – 21 wickets

Indian Premier League 2011:

  • The selection of groups within the match went from 8 to 10.
  • eight April to 28 Might 2011
  • Ultimate: Chennai Tremendous Kings vs Royal Challengers Bangalore
  • Winner: Chennai Tremendous Kings (gained by way of 58 runs)
  • Successful Captain: Mahendra Singh Dhoni
  • Guy of the Sequence: Chris Gayle (RCB)
  • Maximum runs: Chris Gayle (RCB) – 608 runs
  • Maximum wickets: Lasith Malinga (MI) – 28 wickets

Indian Premier League 2012:

  • The selection of groups diminished from ten to 9 (Kochi Tuskers Kerala moved out).
  • four April to 27 Might 2012
  • Ultimate: Kolkata Knight Riders vs Chennai Tremendous Kings
  • Winner: Kolkata Knight Riders (gained by way of five wickets)
  • Successful Captain: Gautam Gambhir
  • Guy of the Sequence: Sunil Narine (KKR)
  • Maximum runs: Chris Gayle (RCB) – 733 runs
  • Maximum wickets: Morne Morkel (DD) – 25 wickets

Indian Premier League 2013:

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  • Spot-fixing case published, 3 cricketers from Rajasthan Royals arrested.
  • three April to 26 Might 2013
  • Ultimate: Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Tremendous Kings
  • Winner: Mumbai Indians (gained by way of 23 runs)
  • Successful Captain: Rohit Sharma
  • Guy of the Sequence: Shane Watson (RR)
  • Maximum runs: Michael Hussey (CSK) – 733 runs
  • Maximum wickets: Dwayne Bravo (CSK) – 32 wickets

Indian Premier League 2014:

  • The selection of groups went again to eight.
  • 16 April to one June 2014
  • Ultimate: Kolkata Knight Riders vs Kings XI Punjab
  • Winner: Kolkata Knight Riders (gained by way of three wickets)
  • Successful Captain: Gautam Gambhir
  • Guy of the Sequence: Glenn Maxwell (KXIP)
  • Maximum runs: Robin Uthappa (KKR) – 660 runs
  • Maximum wickets: Mohit Sharma (CSK) – 23 wickets

Indian Premier League 2015:

  • eight April to 24 Might 2015
  • Ultimate: Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Tremendous Kings
  • Winner: Mumbai Indians (gained by way of 41 runs)
  • Successful Captain: Rohit Sharma
  • Guy of the Sequence: Andre Russell (KKR)
  • Maximum runs: David Warner (SRH) – 562 runs
  • Maximum wickets: Dwayne Bravo (CSK) – 26 wickets

Indian Premier League 2016:

  • Chennai Tremendous Kings and Rajasthan Royals suspended for 2 years over spot-fixing and making a bet scandal, Gujarat Lions and Emerging Pune Supergiants sign up for IPL.
  • nine April to 29 Might 2016
  • Ultimate: Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Royal Challengers Bangalore
  • Winner: Sunrisers Hyderabad (gained by way of eight runs)
  • Successful Captain: David Warner
  • Guy of the Sequence: Virat Kohli (RCB)
  • Maximum runs: Virat Kohli (RCB) – 973 runs
  • Maximum wickets: Bhuvneshwar Kumar (SRH) – 23 wickets

Indian Premier League 2017:

  • Ultimate IPL for Gujarat Lions and Emerging Pune Supergiants.
  • five April to 21 Might 2017
  • Ultimate: Mumbai Indians vs Emerging Pune Supergiant
  • Winner: Mumbai Indians (gained by way of 1 run)
  • Successful Captain: Rohit Sharma
  • Guy of the Sequence: Ben Stokes (RPS)
  • Maximum runs: David Warner (SRH) – 641 runs
  • Maximum wickets: Bhuvneshwar Kumar (SRH) – 26 wickets

Indian Premier League 2018:

  • Go back of the Chennai Tremendous Kings and the Rajasthan Royals after serving two years of suspension.
  • 7 April to 27 Might
  • Ultimate: Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Chennai Tremendous Kings
  • Winner: Chennai Tremendous Kings (gained by way of eight wickets)
  • Successful Captain: M.S. Dhoni
  • Guy of the Sequence: Sunil Narine (KKR)
  • Maximum runs: Kane Williamson (SRH) – 735 runs
  • Maximum wickets: Andrew Tye (KXIP) – 24 wickets

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