12BET India News: A look back on IPL records 2020 season a major doubt due to global pandemic

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Last week, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Mod placed 1.3 billion people on lockdown for 21 days as the nation reported growing cases of the global pandemic. This new development puts the start of the Indian Premier League back in jeopardy, as the previously halted T20 cricket league may extend its delay following the national orders. IPL is set to commence on March 26 that was moved to April 15.

For the first time since World War II, the sport played all-year round, cricket, has been halted due to the current global pandemic that have already infected over 350,000 people worldwide and reached 15,00 death toll at the time of writing. While waiting for the new season, here are some of the best records in the IPL that you might want to look back.

Most titles

Mumbai Indians (4), Chennai Super Kings (3), Kolkata Knight Riders (3), Rajasthan Royals (1), Deccan Chargers (1), Sunrisers Hyderabad (1)

IPL winners and runners-up by year and venue

  1. Mumbai (DY Patil), 2008 – Rajasthan Royals (winners by three wickets) vs Chennai Super Kings
  2. Johannesburg, 2009 – Deccan Chargers (winners by six runs) vs Royal Challengers Bangalore
  3. Mumbai (DY Patil), 2010 – Chennai Super Kings (winners by 22 runs) vs Mumbai Indians
  4. Chennai, 2011 – Chennai Super Kings (winners by 58 runs) vs Royal Challengers Bangalore
  5. Chennai, 2012 – Kolkata Knight Riders (winners by 5 wickets) vs Chennai Super Kings
  6. Kolkata, 2013 – Mumbai Indians (winners by 23 runs) vs Chennai Super Kings
  7. UAE, 2014 – Kolkata Knight Riders (winners by three wickets) vs Kings XI Punjab
  8. Kolkata, 2015 – Mumbai Indians (winners by 41 runs) vs Chennai Super Kings
  9. Bangalore, 2016 – Sunrisers Hyderabad (winners by eight runs) vs Royal Challengers Bangalore
  10. Hyderabad, 2017 – Mumbai Indians (winners by one run) vs Rising Pune Supergiants
  11. Mumbai (Wankhede), 2018 – Chennai Super Kings (winners by eight wickets) vs Sunrisers Hyderabad
  12. Hyderabad, 2019 – Mumbai Indians (winners by one run) vs Chennai Super Kings

Highest team totals

  1. Royal Challengers Bangalore (263/5) vs Pune Warriors India (Bengalore, April 2013)
  2. Royal Challengers Bangalore (243/5) vs Gujarat Lions (Bengalore, May 2016)
  3. Chennai Super Kings (246/5) vs Rajasthan Royals (Chennai, April 2010)
  4. Kolkata Knight Riders (245/6) vs Kings XI Punjab (Indore, May 2018)
  5. Chennai Super Kings (240/5) Kings XI Punjab (Mohali, April 2008)

Lowest team totals

  1. Royal Challengers Bangalore (49) vs Kolkata Knight Riders (Kolkata, April 2017)
  2. Rajasthan Royals (58) vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (Cape Town, 2009)
  3. Delhi Daredevils (66) vs Mumbai Indians (Delhi, May 2017)
  4. Kolkata Knight Riders (67) vs Mumbai Indians (Mumbai, May 2008)
  5. Delhi Daredevils (67) vs Kolkata Knight Riders (Mohali, April 2017)

Most individual hundreds

  1. Chris Gayle (6) for Royal Challengers Bangalore (5), Kings XI Punjab (1)
  2. Virat Kohli (5) for Royal Challengers Bangalore (5)
  3. Shane Watson (4) for Rajasthan Royals (2); Chennai Super Kings (2)
  4. David Warner (4) for Delhi Daredevils (2), Sunrisers Hyderabad (2)
  5. B. De Villiers (3) Delhi Daredevils (1), Royal Challengers Bangalore (2)

Highest individual scores

  1. 175* Chris Gayle (RCB vs Pune Warriors India, April 2013) – 66 balls, 13 fours, 17 sixes, 265.15 strike rate
  2. 158* Brendon McCullum (KKR vs RCB, April 2008) – 77 balls, 10 fours, 13 sixes, 216.43 strike rate
  3. 133* A. B. De Villiers (RCB vs Mumbai Indians, May 2015) – 59 balls, 19 fours, 4 sixes, 225.42 strike rate
  4. 129* A. B. De Villiers (RCB vs Gujarat Lions, May 2016) – 52 balls, 10 fours, 12 sixes, 248.08 strike rate
  5. 175* Chris Gayle (RCB vs Delhi Daredevils, May 2012) – 62 balls, 7 fours, 13 sixes, 206.45 strike rate
  6. 128* Rishabh Pant (Delhi Daredevils vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, May 2018) 63 balls, 15 fours, 7 sixes, 203.17 strike rate

Batsman with most runs in a single season

  1. 973 – Virat Kohli (Royal Challengers Bangalore, 2016)
  2. 848 – David Warner (Sunrisers Hyderabad, 2016)
  3. 735 – Kane Williamson (Sunrisers Hyderabad, 2018)
  4. 733 – Chris Gayle (Royal Challengers Bangalore, 2012)
  5. 733 – Mike Hussey (Chennai Super Kings, 2013)
  6. 708 – Chris Gayle (Royal Challengers Bangalore, 2013)

Players appearing in most matches

  1. Suresh Raina (193) – Chennai Super Kings, Gujarat Lions
  2. S. Dhoni (190) – Chennai Super Kings, Rising Pune Supergiant
  3. Rohit Sharma (188) – Deccan Chargers, Mumbai Indians
  4. Dinesh Karthik (182) – Kolkata Knight Riders, Mumbai Indians, Pune Warriors India, Royal Challengers Bangalore
  5. Virat Kohli (177) – Royal Challengers Bangalore
  6. Yusuf Pathan (174) – Rajasthan Royals, Kolkata Knight Riders, Sunrisers Hyderabad
  7. Ravindra Jadeja (170) – Rajasthan Royals, Kochi Tuskers Kerala, Chennai Super Kings, Gujarat Lions

Most matches as captain

  1. S. Dhoni – 174 matches, 104 won, 96 lost, 1 no result
  2. Gautam Gambhir – 129 matches, 71 won, 58 lost, 0 no result
  3. Virat Kohli – 110 matches, 50 won, 56 lost, 4 no result
  4. Rohit Sharma – 104 matches, 62 won, 42 lost, 0 no result
  5. Adam Gilchrist – 74 matches, 35 won, 39 lost, 0 no result
  6. Shane Warne – 55 matches, 31 won, 24 lost, 0 no result
  7. Virender Sehwag – 53 matches, 29 won, 21 lost, 0 no result
  8. Sachin Tendulkar – 51 matches, 30 won, 21 lost, 0 no result

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