The Indian Premier League is much more than the game of cricket. The star-studded affair brings the world to a standstill when it runs for a couple of months during the Indian summer. Almost every big name from the game features in the league which is the biggest and the most lucrative in the world.
With the league oozing with talented players, the fans witness some world class cricket. The intriguing contest between bat and balls keep the fans and the entire world glued to their seats. Moreover, seeing players from different countries sharing the same dressing room also make the league more appealing. Well, the cricketing fraternity is now gearing up for another exciting season of Indian Premier League. The eleventh season of the league will kick-start on April 7 with Mumbai Indians taking on returning Chennai Super Kings.
So with just a handful of days left before the commencement of the new season, we are taking a look at some memorable moments from last season.
Here are some videos which will help you revive the memories of last season:
Mitchell Johnson’s final over that guided Mumbai Indians to their third IPL title. Defending ten runs in the final over, Johnson dismissed Manoj Tiwary and Pune captain Steve Smith off successive deliveries, after the first delivery was hit for a boundary. He conceded five runs off the next three balls to hand Mumbai their third IPL title.
Shot of the tournament? You decide:
Corey Anderson pays a hefty price for committing the crime of taking his foot out of the crease when MSD is standing behind the stumps.
Martin Guptill did not have the best of seasons last year, but he would certainly remember it for this stunning grab.
Kedar Jadhav would certainly not get a chance easier than this.
Oh, Corey, that catch deserved a better celebration than that. Take a cue from Gujarat Lions owner.
The out of the blue reaction from the ever calm and composed Robin Uthappa:
When the whole Wankhede wished Sachin Tendulkar a happy birthday:
Have you seen a better debut performance than this? Andrew Tye well done: