A total of 27 cricketers, including eight overseas and four uncapped players, were retained by the existing eight franchises during the IPL retentions which took place on Tuesday. Check out the list of players who were retained.
IPL 2021 stats: From Orange & Purple cap winners to player to hit most sixes, season records that you don't want to miss
While the CSK opening duo became the top two leading run-scorers of the season Harshal Patel and Avesh Khan had an unforgettable IPL season with the ball. From Sanju Samson to Ishant Sharma, here are some other notable names to feature in the stats report of the pandemic-affected season of the cricket league.
The Undertaker retires: A look back at the WWE legend's first nine WrestleMania matches that started his epic 21-0 streak
One of the greatest WWE Superstars of all time The Undertaker's final farewell took place at World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Survivor Series 2020. In June this year, the seven-time WWE champion had announced his retirement in the final episode of the WWE Network docuseries 'The Last Ride.' His undefeated streak at the annual Wrestlemania event has been the most important part of the legacy. The 'Deadman' won 21 times before Brock Lesner finally defeated him on April 6, 2014 at WrestleMania XXX. While most WWE fans will most definitely remember his best performances at the premier event, here is a look back at the first nine Wrestlemania matches that the veteran wrestler featured in.
As Mumbai Indians successfully defended their IPL title this season, check out the cricketers who won individual awards for their splendid performance in various departments of the game.
There are IPL stars who got off the flying starts, only to lose their way over the course of the season while there were those who struggled to find form for much of the group stage and by the time they did, it was too late for their team. Let us take a look at the players who failed to fire in the league stage this season.
Every IPL franchise has spent considerable time evaluating and analysing their squad and all of them boasted excellent performers. Let us take a look at some of the finds of IPL 2020.
Here's a look at the five worst bowling figures in the Indian Premier League so far:
IPL 2020: Ben Stokes can be opener and still finish the game! How Englishman, Sanju Samson taught Mumbai Indians a bitter lesson
Ben Stokes' ton and Sanju Samson's fifty steered Rajasthan Royals to a comprehensive eight-wicket win over Mumbai Indians here at Sheikh Zayed Stadium on Sunday.
IPL has moved past the half-way stage in the UAE. There have been some great performances as well as some middling efforts.
IPL stats & records: Delhi Capitals' Anrich Nortje clocks fastest ball in IPL history, check out swiftest bowlers of the league
Anrich Nortje has taken IPL 2020 by storm! The South African is in such terrific form that five off the ten fastest balls in the history of the Indian Premier League was clocked by him! If that's not enough Dale Steyn and Jofra Archer are the only non-Delhi players to find a place in the list. Check out the list here.
From Dwayne Bravo to Ravindra Jadeja: Chennai Super Kings' highest wicket-takers in IPL - top five list
Let's take a look at CSK's top five highest wicket-takers of all-time.
IPL stats & records: Nicholas Pooran's 17-ball fifty isn't IPL's fastest! Here are the ten swiftest half-centuries in the tournament's history
KXIP's Nicholas Pooran was one-man army against SRH at Dubai as he thundered past the 50-run mark in just 17 balls to register the fastest half-century of the season. However, the Caribbean batsman's aggressive innings still couldn't break into the top-five list of the tournaments fastest fifties. From his countryman Chris Gayle to CSK legend Suresh Raina, these players hold the record of having scored the fastest half-centuries in IPL.
Kolkata Knight Riders bowlers produced an incredible all-round performance to carry their side to a 10-run win over Chennai Super Kings here Abu Dhabi's Sheikh Zayed Stadium.
Shane Watson-Faf du Plessis stand isn't IPL's highest opening wicket partnership! Find out the best opening records of the league here.
The record for the highest opening partnership in the IPL is held by SRH duo David Warner and Jonny Bairstow. Their epic 185 run-stand against the Royal Challengers Bangalore was during the 2019 edition of the tournament.
Shreyas Iyer's magnificent power-hitting after Prithvi Shaw's opening act propelled Delhi Capitals to an impressive 228 for four after being put into bat first by Dinesh Karthik.