The history of IPL 2008 - 2016

    10th May 2017
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    IPL 2008

    The 2008 Indian Premier League season was the introduction period of the Indian Premier League, built up by the BCCI in 2007. The season initiated on 18 April 2008 with the last match hung on 1 June 2008. The opposition begun with a twofold round robin gather organize, in which each of the 8 groups played a home match and an away match against each other group. These matches were trailed by two semi-finals and a last

    Champions Rajasthan Royals

    Player of the series Shane Watson (RR)

    Most runs Shaun Marsh (KXIP

    Most wickets Sohail Tanvir (RR)

    IPL 2009

    The 2009 Indian Premier League season, truncated as IPL 2 or the 2009 IPL, was the second period of the Indian Premier League, built up by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in 2007. The competition was facilitated by South Africa and was played between 18 April and 24 May 2009. It was the second greatest cricket competition on the planet, after the Cricket World Cup, and was conjecture to have an expected TV group of onlookers of more than 200 million individuals in India alone.

    Champions Deccan Chargers

    Player of the series Adam Gilchrist

    Most runs Matthew Hayden

    Most wickets RP Singh

    IPL 2010

    The 2010 Indian Premier League season, condensed as IPL 3 or the 2010 IPL, was the third period of the Indian Premier League, built up by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in 2007. The competition was facilitated by India and had an expected TV group of onlookers of more than 200 million individuals in the country. It was played between 12 March and 25 April 2010. It was likewise the primary ever cricket competition that was communicated live on YouTube. The last four matches of the competition were screened in 3D crosswise over motion picture lobbies in India.

    Champions Chennai Super Kings

    Player of the series Sachin Tendulkar

    Most runs Sachin Tendulkar

    IPL 2011

    The 2011 Indian Premier League season, condensed as IPL 4 or the IPL 2011, was the fourth period of the Indian Premier League, the main Twenty20 cricket association in India. The competition was facilitated in India and the opening and shutting functions were held in M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai, the home scene of the authoritative champions Chennai Super Kings. The season kept running from 8 April to 28 May 2011. This season the quantity of groups in the association went from eight to ten with the increments of the Pune Warriors India and the Kochi Tuskers Kerala

    Champions Chennai Super Kings

    Player of the series Chris Gayle (RCB

    Most runs Chris Gayle

    IPL 2012

    The 2012 Indian Premier League season, shortened as IPL 5 or the IPL 2012 or the DLF IPL 2012 (attributable to title sponsorship reasons), was the fifth period of the Indian Premier League, started by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)[4] in 2007 with the principal season played in 2008. The competition started on 4 April and finished on 27 May 2012. Kolkata Knight Riders were the triumphant group, beating shielding champions Chennai Super Kings by five wickets in the final. This season the quantity of groups in the alliance went from ten to nine with the end of Kochi Tuskers Kerala.[

    Champions Kolkata Knight Riders

    Player of the series Sunil Narine (KKR)

    Most runs Chris Gayle (RCB)

    Most wickets Morne Morkel (DD)

    IPL 2013

    The 2013 period of the Indian Premier League, abridged as IPL 6 or Pepsi IPL 2013, was the 6th period of the IPL, built up by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in 2007. The competition highlighted nine groups and was held from 3 April to 26 May 2013. The opening service was held at the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata on 2 April 2013. This was the main season with PepsiCo as the title support. The Kolkata Knight Riders were the safeguarding champions, having won the 2012 season. A spot settling case was uncovered by Delhi Police, prompting capture of three cricketers from Rajasthan Royals and different people. Mumbai Indians won the competition surprisingly, vanquishing Chennai Super Kings in the last by 23 runs.

    Champions Mumbai Indians

    Most runs Michael Hussey (CSK)

    Player of the series Shane Watson (RR)

    Most wickets Dwayne Bravo (CSK

    IPL 2014

    The 2014 period of the Indian Premier League, truncated as IPL 7 or Pepsi IPL 2014, was the seventh period of the IPL, built up by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in 2007. The competition highlighted eight groups, one less than in 2013 after the withdrawal of the Pune Warriors India, and was held from 16 April 2014 to 1 June 2014. The opening service was held in the UAE on 15 April 2014. The Mumbai Indians were the safeguarding champions, having won the 2013 season. Kolkata Knight Riders won the competition, vanquishing Kings XI Punjab by 3 wickets in the last. The normal participation was 31,750.

    Most wickets Mohit Sharma (CSK)

    Most runs Robin Uthappa (KKR)

    Player of the series Glenn Maxwell (KXIP)

    IPL 2015

    The 2015 period of the Indian Premier League, shortened as IPL 8 or Pepsi IPL 2015, was the eighth period of the IPL, a Twenty20 cricket group set up by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in 2007. The competition included eight groups and was held from 8 April 2015 to 24 May 2015. The competition's opening service was held at the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata on 7 April 2015. Kolkata Knight Riders were the safeguarding champions having won the title in the 2014 season.

    Champions Mumbai Indians

    Player of the series Andre Russell (KKR)

    Most runs David Warner (SRH)

    Most wickets Dwayne Bravo (CSK)

    IPL 2016

    The 2016 period of the Indian Premier League, otherwise called IPL 9, and marked as Vivo IPL 2016 for sponsorship reasons, was the ninth period of the IPL, an expert Twenty20 cricket alliance set up by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in 2007. The season started on 9 April 2016, and closed on 29 May 2016 with the playing of the finals coordinate between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Sunrisers Hyderabad at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore.

    Champions Sunrisers Hyderabad

    Player of the series Virat Kohli (RCB)

    Most runs Virat Kohli (973)

    Most wickets Bhuvneshwar Kumar (SRH)

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