Mumbai Indians have had the most wins in IPL history. Five IPL championships have been won by the Rohit Sharma-led squad, in 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, and 2020.
Harbhajan Singh and Rohit Sharma’s teams also triumphed in the Champions League T20 in 2011 and 2013. played 231 games in all, winning 129 of them. They are winning 56.7% of the time.
Throughout the history of the IPL, Chennai Super Kings is the second-most dominant team. The club, led by MS Dhoni, captured four IPL championships in 2010, 2011, 2019, and 2021.
From 2008 to 2010, Kolkata Knight Riders’ campaign was marred by setbacks. In 2013, Sunrisers Hyderabad took the place of Deccan Chargers.
The squad, headed by David Warner, defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore to win the 2016 competition. The Rajasthan Royals squad won the first IPL in 2008 under the leadership of Shane Warne.
The 2022 tournament included the introduction of two new teams. Gujarat had one of the companies, and Hardik Pandya oversaw it.
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The Indian Premier League (IPL) is sometimes viewed as a mashup of cricket and amusement. It has been a huge success ever since it made its debut in 2008. The summer league is appealing, and it attracts top international players.
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Despite issues like the 2013 spot-fixing incident. The IPL has maintained its reputation for delivering top-notch cricket and showcasing up-and-coming talent. The most recent version of the tale remains the same.
Due to the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Rajasthan Royals’ comeback following their two-year suspensions. Due to the spot-fixing and gambling issue, the enthusiasm has actually been much more than it was during the previous two seasons.
Every effort was made by the new broadcaster Star India to draw viewers to all of its platforms. The IPL’s continued popularity is demonstrated by the reality that the first qualifier between CSK and Sunrisers Hyderabad received 8.26 million simultaneous views on Hotstar, a record for a live-streamed sport.