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Yet another IPL season comes to end and we witnessed some great knocks, great bowling spells and great fielding efforts; ultimately the ninth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) crowned a new champion – Sunrisers Hyderabad; breaking the tradition of the past six years. Since IPL 3 in 2010 till IPL 8 in 2015, the trophy has been won by either Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings (2010, 2011), Gautam Gambhir’s Kolkata Knight Riders (2012, 2014) or Rohit Sharma’s Mumbai Indians (2013, 2015).

Here we take a quick look at the highs and lows of Indian Premier League 2016.

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