Mumbai Indians began the IPL 2015, season 8 with an loss against Kolkata Knight Riders at Eden Gardens. But their luck was such that the same MI team also ended the 2015 season of IPL with an win at Eden Gardens against Chennai Super Kings. Moreover they ended the season as champions of IPL.
Here’s looking back at IPL-8 as the season in numbers with All awards and some records of IPL 2015 –
Same Foes, Same Champions: This was second title win for Mumbai Indians in IPL and both times they have beaten Chennai Super Kings to emerge as the champions.
2nd time lucky: Parthiv Patel was playing his 2nd IPL final this season. The first he played was for CSK against RR in the first season of IPL, which CSK lost.
A team sport: Both the orange cap holder as well as the purple cap holder weren’t from the winning team. This proves that Cricket is a team game.
Find all the important nnumber from the whole of IPL below
The Tournament in numbers:
Champions: Mumbai Indians
Runner-ups: Chennai Super Kings
Orange Cap: David Warner – 562 runs in 14 innings for SRH
Purple Cap: Dwayne Bravo – 26 Wickets in 16 innings for CSK
Emerging Player: Shreyas Iyer – 439 runs in 14 innings for DD
Most Valuable Player: Andre Russell – KKR
Total Centuries: 4 (de Villiers, Chris Gayle, Shane Watson and Brendon McCullum)
Highest Score: 133* – AB de Villiers
Fastest 50: Andre Russell vs KXIP and Harbhajan Singh vs KXIP in 19 balls each
Most sixes: Chris Gayle – 38
Most Fours: David Warner – 65
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