After the teams were limited to eight franchises as IPL had as many as 13 teams available for the fixtures since its inception in 2008, it had turned to be a grand event which grabbed the eyeballs.
The games during the IPL had further witnessed the sold-out stadia as it turned out to be a celebrated tournament in the country followed by the epic run-chases, classical super-overs, magical spells and incredible power hitting, season after another to engross the spectators.
IPL had set the stage high for the home-bound fans while setting a massive platform for the youngsters at the domestic circuit throughout the years.
The teams were further dissolved following the disputes and pending dues and some of the teams were bought by fresh owners to try their luck in the gentleman’s game while cheering off-the-field.
For the tenth edition of IPL, eight teams would be fighting for the trophy – in a bid to improve their squads all the eight teams were made given a grand auction for the complete revamping of their respective squads as it has completed the 10 years of IPL which has become a traditional festive of cricket for the die-hard fans of the game.
The teams have so far extracted much from the players, be they local or foreign players. Virat Kohli tops the IPL run charts with 4,110 runs, Chris Gayle holds the record of 251 sixes followed by the highest individual score of unbeaten 175* and his compatriot Andrew Russell has the best strike-rate with 173.41.
Bowlers also had a merry run as Lasith Malinga is the highest wicket taker with 143 wickets combined with all-time best bowling average as 17.80 runs per wicket.
The best figures record is still owned by left-arm fast bowler Sohail Tanvir, who had participated in the maiden edition of IPL for Rajasthan Royals with the best figures of 6 for 14.
We had witnessed the heartbreaks, Twenty20 classics – brilliant leadership qualities followed by blitzkrieg with the bat before youngsters earned the name and fame throughout the different seasons of the T20 fever.
Here is the list of IPL teams with most number of wins across all past nine editions following the winning percentage.