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IPL History: Winners and Results

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Indian Premier League previous seasons winners and results

IPL 2021 will be the 14th edition of India's premier T20 league. Indian Premier League was conceptualised after India's landmark victory in the maiden ICC WT20 in 2007. The league came into existence in 2008 with 8 franchises. Since then, IPL has attracted some of the biggest cricketers from all across the globe. It has turned out to be the most watched T20 league in the world and has been a huge money spinner for the BCCI. Mumbai Indians are the most successful team with five titles, and are two-time defending champions going into this year's tournament. Chennai Super Kings, who have been the most consistent team of the league over the years, missed out on a play-off spot last season. MS Dhoni's team would want to erase those memories and add to their three titles this year. IPL has been a great platform for young talent to showcase their skills and rub shoulders with the best players in the world. Players like Ravindra Jadeja, Jasprit Bumrah, Hardik Pandya and Ravichandran Ashwin have all gone on to become superstars for the Indian cricket team after making a breakthrough in the IPL. The likes of Rishabh Pant, Washington Sundar and the others are continuing the tradition.

IPL 2021
- Yet to be decided -

IPL 2020

  • Winner
    Mumbai Indians
  • Runners-up
    Delhi Capitals
  • Orange Cap
    KL Rahul (670 runs)
  • Purple Cap
    Kagiso Rabada (30 wickets)

IPL 2019

  • Winner
    Mumbai Indians
  • Runners-up
    Chennai Super Kings
  • Orange Cap
    David Warner (692 runs)
  • Purple Cap
    Imran Tahir (26 wickets)

IPL 2018

  • Winner
    Chennai Super Kings
  • Runners-up
    Sunrisers Hyderabad
  • Orange Cap
    Kane Williamson (735 runs)
  • Purple Cap
    Andrew Tye (23 wickets)

IPL 2017

  • Winner
    Mumbai Indians
  • Runners-up
    Rising Pune Supergiant
  • Orange Cap
    David Warner (641 runs)
  • Purple Cap
    Bhuvneshwar Kumar (26 wickets)

IPL 2016

  • Winner
    Sunrisers Hyderabad
  • Runners-up
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
  • Orange Cap
    Virat Kohli (973 runs)
  • Purple Cap
    Bhuvneshwar Kumar (23 wickets)

IPL 2015

  • Winner
    Mumbai Indians
  • Runners-up
    Chennai Super Kings
  • Orange Cap
    David Warner (562 runs)
  • Purple Cap
    Dwayne Bravo (26 wickets

IPL 2014

  • Winner
    Kolkata Knight Riders
  • Runners-up
    Kings XI Punjab
  • Orange Cap
    Robin Uthappa (660 runs)
  • Purple Cap
    Mohit Sharma (23 wickets)

IPL 2013

  • Winner
    Mumbai Indians
  • Runners-up
    Chennai Super Kings
  • Orange Cap
    Mike Hussey (733 runs)
  • Purple Cap
    Dwayne Bravo (33 wickets)

IPL 2012

  • Winner
    Kolkata Knight Riders
  • Runners-up
    Chennai Super Kings
  • Orange Cap
    Chris Gayle (733 runs)
  • Purple Cap
    Morne Morkel (25 wickets)

IPL 2011

  • Winner
    Chennai Super Kings
  • Runners-up
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
  • Orange Cap
    Chris Gayle (618 runs)
  • Purple Cap
    Lasith Malinga (28 wickets)

IPL 2010

  • Winner
    Chennai Super Kings
  • Runners-up
    Mumbai Indians
  • Orange Cap
    Sachin Tendulkar (618 runs)
  • Purple Cap
    Pragyan Ojha (21 wickets)

IPL 2009

  • Winner
    Deccan Chargers
  • Runners-up
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
  • Orange Cap
    Matthew Hayden (572 runs)
  • Purple Cap
    RP Singh (23 wickets)

IPL 2008

  • Winner
    Rajasthan Royals
  • Runners-up
    Chennai Super Kings
  • Orange Cap
    Shaun Marsh (616 runs)
  • Purple Cap
    Sohail Tanveer (22 wickets)
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ipl news

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Michael Vaughan was pretty displeased with Salman Butt's comments on him.

'You forgot to mention that I haven't been a match fixer': Vaughan slams Butt

By hindustantimes.com | , New Delhi
UPDATED ON MAY 16, 2021 06:12 PM IST
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