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IPL Winners and Seasons List

IPL Winners List

The Indian Premier League is the most-watched Twenty20 tournament. (IPL) The Indian Premier League is a domestic, yearly Twenty20 cricket tournament in India that is run by the IPL Governing Council under the direction of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).

The IPL started out in 2008 and now includes of ten clubs in ten locations across India.

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IPL Winners and Seasons List
YearFinalWinnerVenuePlayer of the Tournament
2008Rajasthan Royals Vs Chennai Super KingsRajasthan Royals won by 3 wicketsDY Patil StadiumShane Watson ( Australia)
2009Deccan Chargers Vs Royal Challengers BangaloreDeccan Chargers won by 6 runsWanderers Stadium Adam Gilchrist ( Australia)
2010Chennai Super Kings Vs Mumbai IndiansChennai Super Kings won by 22 runsDY Patil StadiumSachin Tendulkar ( India)
2011Chennai Super Kings Vs Royal Challengers BangaloreChennai Super Kings Won by 58 runsM. A. Chidambaram StadiumChris Gayle (West Indies)
2012Kolkata Knight Riders Vs Chennai Super KingsKolkata Knight Riders won by 5 wicketsM. A. Chidambaram StadiumSunil Narine ( West Indies)
2013Mumbai Indians Vs Chennai Super KingsMumbai Indians Won by 23 runsEden GardensShane Watson ( Australia)
2014Kolkata Knight Riders Vs Punjab KingsKolkata Knight Riders won by 3 wicketsM. Chinnaswamy StadiumGlenn Maxwell ( Australia)
2015Mumbai Indians Vs Chennai Super KingsMumbai Indians Won by 41 runsEden GardensAndre Russell ( West Indies)
2016Sunrisers Hyderabad Vs Royal Challengers BangaloreSunrisers Hyderabad Won by 8 runsM. Chinnaswamy StadiumVirat Kohli ( India)
2017Mumbai Indians Vs Rising Pune SupergiantMumbai Indians Won by 1 runRajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium Ben Stokes ( England)
2018Chennai Super Kings Vs Sunrisers Hyderabad Chennai Super Kings won by 8 wicketsWankhede StadiumSunil Narine ( West Indies)
2019Mumbai Indians Vs Chennai Super KingsMumbai Indians Won by 1 runRajiv Gandhi International Cricket StadiumAndre Russell ( West Indies)
2020Mumbai Indians Vs Delhi CaptitalsMumbai Indians Won by 5 wicketsDubai International Cricket StadiumJofra Archer ( England)
2021Chennai Super Kings Vs Kolkata Knight RidersChennai Super Kings Won by 27 runsDubai International Cricket Stadium Harshal Patel ( India)
2022Gujarat Titans Vs Rajasthan RoyalsGujarat Titans Won by 7 wicketsNarendra Modi StadiumJos Buttler ( England)
2023Chennai Super Kings Vs Gujarat TitansChennai Super Kings Won by 5 wicketsNarendra Modi Stadium Shubman Gill ( India)
2024Kolkata Knight Riders Vs Sunrisers HyderabadKolkata Knight Riders won by 8 wicketsM. A. Chidambaram StadiumMitchell Starc


TeamsTitle WinsSeasonsPlay Offs 
Chennai Super Kings5 (2010, 2011, 2018, 2021, 2023)1412
Mumbai Indians5 ( 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, 2020)1610
Kolkata Knight Riders2 (2012, 2014)167
Rajasthan Royals1 (2008)146
Deccan Chargers1 (2009)52
Sunrisers Hyderabad1 (2016)116
Gujarat Titans1 (2022)22
Delhi Capitals0166
Punjab Kings0162
Royal Challengers Bangalore0168
Lucknow Super Giants022
Pune Warriors India031
Kochi Tuskers Kerala010

IPL Awards

The IPL is the world’s most popular cricket league. The IPL’s headquarters are in the Cricket Centre, near the Wankhede Stadium in Churchgate, Mumbai. The Governing Council is in charge of all league duties, including tournament organization.- Please find below the list of awards given to the players, and also check the IPL Winners List

Purple Cap

The Purple Cap is presented to the highest wicket-taker at the end of each season.

Orange Cap

The Orange Cap is awarded to the top run-scorer at the end of each season.

Most Valuable Player

The Most Valuable Player award, known as the “Man of the Tournament”

Emerging Player Award

The top under-19 player will be given the Emerging Player Award. Mustafizur Rahman is the only foreign player to have won this honor.

Fair Play Award

The Fair Play Award is given at the end of each season to the team with the best fair play record. After each match, the two on-field umpires and the third umpire rate both teams’ performances, and the highest-scoring team at the end of the season receives the trophy.

Maximum Sixes Award

The Maximum Sixes Award is given to the player who hits the most sixes by the end of the season.

The IPL features an electrifying atmosphere, with young players competing alongside seasoned veterans. Due to the IPL’s popularity, many online apps and fantastic cricket applications have led to the major business in fantacy cricket. The following are the most popular fantasy cricket apps.
1) Dream11
2) My11 Circle
3) MPL
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IPL Centuries List

Find the details of the IPL Centuries List

The IPL started on April 18, 2008. Brendon McCullum hit the first IPL century in 2008, playing for the Kolkata Knight Riders against Royal Challengers Bangalore in M. Chinnaswamy Stadium. Please find below the list of IPL Centuries List scored by players all over the world.

1Brendon McCullumKolkata Knight Riders158*Royal Challengers Bangalore73216.43M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore18th April 2008
2Michael HusseyChennai Super Kings116*Kings XI Punjab54214.81PCA Stadium, Mohali19th April 2008
3Andrew SymondsDeccan Chargers117*Rajasthan Royals53220.75Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad24th April 2008
4Adam GilchristDeccan Chargers109*Mumbai Indians47231.91Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai27th April 2008
5Sanath JayasuriyaMumbai Indians114*Chennai Super Kings48237.5Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai14th May 2008
6Shaun MarshKings XI Punjab115Rajasthan Royals69166.66PCA Stadium, Mohali28th May 2008
7AB de VilliersDelhi Daredevils105*Chennai Super Kings54194.44Kingsmead Cricket Ground, Durban23rd April 2009
8Manish PandeyRoyal Challengers Bangalore114Deccan Chargers73156.16SuperSport Park, Centurion21st May 2009
9Yusuf PathanRajasthan Royals100Mumbai Indians37270.27Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai13th March 2010
10David WarnerDelhi Daredevils107*Delhi Daredevils69155.07Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi29th March 2010
11Murali Vijay Chennai Super Kings127Rajasthan Royals56226.78MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai3rd April 2010
12Mahela JayawardeneKings XI Punjab110*Kolkata Knight Riders59186.44Eden Gardens, Kolkata4th April 2010
13Paul ValthatyKings XI Punjab120*Chennai Super Kings63190.47PCA Stadium, Mohali13th April 2011
14Sachin TendulkarMumbai Indians100*Kochi Tuskers Kerala66151.51Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai15th April 2011
15Chris GayleRoyal Challengers Bangalore102*Kolkata Knight Riders55185.45Eden Gardens, Kolkata22nd April 2011
16Virender SehwagDelhi Daredevils119Deccan Chargers55212.5Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad5th May 2011
17Chris GayleRoyal Challengers Bangalore107Kings XI Punjab49218.36M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore6th May 2011
18Adam GilchristDeccan Chargers106Royal Challengers Bangalore55192.72HPCA Stadium, Dharmasala17th May 2011
19Ajinkya RahaneRajasthan Royals103*Royal Challengers Bangalore60171.66M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore15th April 2012
20Kevin PietersenDelhi Daredevils103*Deccan Chargers64160.93Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi19th April 2012
21David WarnerDelhi Daredevils109*Deccan Chargers54201.85Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad10th May 2012
22Rohit SharmaMumbai Indians109*Kolkata Knight Riders60181.66Eden Gardens, Kolkata12th May 2012
23Chris GayleRoyal Challengers Bangalore128*Delhi Daredevils62206.45Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi17th May 2012
24Murali VijayChennai Super Kings113Delhi Daredevils58194.82MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai25th May 2012
25Shane WatsonRajasthan Royals101Chennai Super Kings58165.57MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai22nd April 2013
26Chris GayleRoyal Challengers Bangalore175*Pune Warriors India66265.15M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore23rd April 2013
27Suresh RainaChennai Super Kings100*Kings XI Punjab53188.67MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai2nd May 2012
28David MillerKings XI Punjab101*Royal Challengers Bangalore38265.78PCA Stadium, Mohali6th May 2013
29Lendl SimmonsMumbai Indians100*Kings XI Punjab61163.93PCA Stadium, Mohali21th May 2014
30Virender SehwagKings XI Punjab122Chennai Super Kings58210.34Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai30th May 2014
31Wriddhiman SahaKings XI Punjab115*Kolkata Knight Riders55209.09M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore1st June 2014
32Brendon McCullumChennai Super Kings100*Chennai Super Kings56178.57MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai11th April 2015
33Chris GayleRoyal Challengers Bangalore117Kings XI Punjab57205.3M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore6th May 2015
34AB de VilliersRoyal Challengers Bangalore133*Mumbai Indians59225.42Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai10th May 2015
35Shane WatsonRajasthan Royals104*Kolkata Knight Riders59176.27Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai16th May 2015
36Quinton de Kock Delhi Daredevils108Royal Challengers Bangalore51211.76M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore17th April 2016
37Virat KohliRoyal Challengers Bangalore100*Gujarat Lions63158.73Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot24th April 2016
38Steve SmithRising Pune Supergiants101Gujarat Lions54187.03MCA Cricket Ground, Pune29th April 2016
39Virat KohliRoyal Challengers Bangalore108*Rising Pune Supergiants58186.2M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore7th May 2016
40AB de VilliersRoyal Challengers Bangalore129*Gujarat Lions52248.07M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore14th May 2016
41Virat KohliRoyal Challengers Bangalore109Gujarat Lions55198.18M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore14th May 2016
42Virat KohliRoyal Challengers Bangalore113Kings XI Punjab50226M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore18th May 2016
43Sanju SamsonDelhi Daredevils102Rising Pune Supergiants62161.9MCA Cricket Ground, Pune11th April 2017
44Hashim AmlaKings XI Punjab104*Mumbai Indians60173.3Holkar Stadium, Indore20th April 2017
45David WarnerSunrisers Hyderabad126Kolkata Knight Riders59213.55Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad30th April 2017
46Ben StokesRising Pune Supergiants103*Gujarat Lions63163.49MCA Cricket Ground, Pune1st May 2017
47Hashim AmlaKings XI Punjab104Gujarat Lions60173.33PCA Stadium, Mohali7th May 2017
48Chris GayleRoyal Challengers Bangalore104*Kings XI Punjab63165.08PCA Stadium, Mohali19th April 2018
49Shane WatsonChennai Super Kings106Rajasthan Royals57185.96MCA Cricket Ground, Pune20th April 2018
50Rishabh PantDelhi Daredevils128*Sunrisers Hyderabad63203.17Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi10th May 2018
51Ambati RayuduChennai Super Kings100*Sunrisers Hyderabad62161.29MCA Cricket Ground, Pune13th May 2018
52Shane WatsonChennai Super Kings117*Sunrisers Hyderabad57205.26Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai27th May 2018
53Sanju SamsonRajasthan Royals102*Sunrisers Hyderabad55185.45Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad29th May 2019
54Jonny BairstowSunrisers Hyderabad114Royal Challengers Bangalore56203.57Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad31th May 2019
55David WarnerSunrisers Hyderabad100*Royal Challengers Bangalore55181.81Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad31th May 2019
56K. L. Rahul Kings XI Punjab100*Mumbai Indians64156.25Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai10th April 2019
57Virat Kohli Royal Challengers Bangalore100Kolkata Knight Riders58172.41Eden Gardens, Kolkata19th April 2019
58Ajinkya RahaneRajasthan Royals105*Delhi Capitals63166.66Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur22nd April 2019
59K. L. Rahul Kings XI Punjab133*Royal Challengers Bangalore69191.3Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai24th Sep 2020
60Mayank AgarwalKings XI Punjab106Rajasthan Royals50212Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah27th Sep 2020
61Shikhar DhawanDelhi Capitals101*Chennai Super Kings58174.13Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah17th Oct 2020
62Shikhar DhawanDelhi Capitals106Kings XI Punjab61173.77Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai20th Oct 2020
63Ben StokesRajasthan Royals107*Mumbai Indians60178.33Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi25th Oct 2020
64Sanju SamsonRajasthan Royals119Punjab Kings63188.88Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai12th April 2021
65Devdutt PadikkalRoyal Challengers Bangalore101*Rajasthan Royals52194.23Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai22nd April 2021
66Jos ButtlerRajasthan Royals124Sunrisers Hyderabad64193.75Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi2nd May 2021
67Ruturaj Gaikwad Chennai Super Kings101*Rajasthan Royals60168.33Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi2nd Oct 2021
68Jos ButtlerRajasthan Royals100Mumbai Indians68147.05DY Patil Stadium, Navi Mumbai2nd April 2022
69KL RahulLucknow Super Giants103*Mumbai Indians60171.66Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai16th April 2022
70Jos ButtlerRajasthan Royals103Kolkata Knight Riders61168.85Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai18th April 2022
71Jos ButtlerRajasthan Royals116Delhi Capitals65178.46Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai22nd April 2022
72KL RahulLucknow Super Giants103*Mumbai Indians63166.12Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai24th April 2022
73Quinton de Kock Lucknow Super Giants140*Kolkata Knight Riders70200DY Patil Stadium, Navi Mumbai18th May 2022
74Rajat PatidarRoyal Challengers Bangalore112*Lucknow Super Giants54207.4Eden Gardens, Kolkata25th May2022
75Jos ButtlerRajasthan Royals106*Royal Challengers Bangalore60176.66Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad27th May 2022
76Harry BrookSunrisers Hyderabad100*Kolkata Knight Riders55181.81Eden Gardens, Kolkata14th April 2023
77Venkatesh IyerKolkata Knight Riders104Mumbai Indians51203.92Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai16th April 2023
78Yashasvi Jaiswal Rajasthan Royals124Mumbai Indians62200Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai30th April 2023
79Suryakumar Yadav Mumbai Indians103Gujarat Titans49210.2Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai12th May 2023
80Prabhsimran SinghPunjab Kings103Delhi Capitals65158.46Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi13th May 2023
81Shubman GillGujarat Titans101Sunrisers Hyderabad58174.13Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad15th May 2023
82Heinrich KlaasenSunrisers Hyderabad104Royal Challengers Bangalore51203.92Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad18th May 2023
83Virat KohliRoyal Challengers Bangalore100Sunrisers Hyderabad63158.73Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad18th May 2023
84Cameron GreenMumbai Indians100*Sunrisers Hyderabad47212.77Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai21st May 2023
85Virat KohliRoyal Challengers Bangalore101*Gujarat Titans61165.57M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru21st May 2023
86Shubman GillGujarat Titans104*Royal Challengers Bangalore52200M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru21st May 2023
87Shubman GillGujarat Titans129Mumbai Indians60215Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad26th May 2023
88Virat KohliRoyal Challengers Bangalore113Rajasthan Royals72156.94Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur6th April 2024
89Jos ButtlerRajasthan Royals100*Royal Challengers Bangalore58172.41Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur6th April 2024
90Rohit SharmaMumbai Indians105*Chennai Super Kings63166.66Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai14th April 2024
91Travis HeadSunrisers Hyderabad102Royal Challengers Bengaluru41248.78M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru15th April 2024
92Sunil NarineKolkata Knight Riders109Rajasthan Royals56194.64Eden Gardens, Kolkata16th April 2024
93Jos ButtlerRajasthan Royals107Kolkata Knight Riders60178.33Eden Gardens, Kolkata16th April 2024
94Yashasvi Jaiswal Rajasthan Royals104*Mumbai Indians60173.33Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur22nd April 2024
95Ruturaj GaikwadChennai Super Kings108*Lucknow Super Giants60180M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai23rd April 2024
96Marcus StoinisLucknow Super Giants124*Chennai Super Kings63196.83M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai23rd April 2024
97Jonny BairstowPunjab Kings108*Kolkata Knight Riders48225Eden Gardens, Kolkata26th April 2024
98Will JacksRoyal Challengers Bangalore100*Gujarat Titans41243.9Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad28th April 2024
99Suryakumar YadavMumbai Indians102*Sunrisers Hyderabad51200Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai6th May 2024
100Shubman GillGujarat Titans104Chennai Super Kings55189.09Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad10th May 2024
101Sai SudharsanGujarat Titans103Chennai Super Kings51201.96Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad10th May 2024
IPL Centuries List

How many centuries are there in the IPL?

101 Centuries. Find the complete details of the centuries scored by the players in the IPL seasons. Please check out the IPL Centuries List.

Who scored the 1st IPL hundred?

Brendon McCullum hit the first IPL century in 2008

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Shane Warne cause of death, wife and kid

Shane Warne cause of death

Spin maverick Warne, one of the best spinners in the game’s history, died unexpectedly of a heart attack while on vacation in Thailand at the age of 52 on the island of Ko Samui.

Warne was discovered unconscious in his Thailand villa on March 4, 2022, after a friend attempted to wake him but was unsuccessful.
The friend then desperately attempted CPR until an ambulance arrived and transported the cricket great to Thai International Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
Dr. Peter Brukner, the former team doctor of the Australian men’s cricket team, believes Warne suffered heart trouble near the end of his life.

Shane Warne cause of death, wife and kid

Shane Warne wife and kids

Shane Warne’s wife was Simone Callahan. Shane Warne had three children: a son named Jackson and two daughters, Brooke and Summer Warne. 

Shane Warne’s will reveals that his three children would share $21 million, with his son receiving a little extra.
The Australian cricket legend  31 percent of his wealth to his three children, Jackson, Brooke, and Summer, according to records revealed by the Supreme Court of Victoria.

The remainder was distributed among his brother Jason, who received two percent of his wealth, and his niece Tyla and nephew Sebastian, who received two and a half percent each.

But his son receives a bit extra. Warne’s vehicles—a Yamaha motorcycle, a BMW, and a Mercedes—were left to Jackson. They were worth approximately $375,000.

Shane Warne left nothing for his children’s mother, Simone Callahan, or his ex-fiancee, Liz Hurley.  

Early Days

Shane Warne cause of death

Shane warne Born to Keith and Brigitte, who was a German, on September 3, 1969, in Upper Ferntree Gully is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Shane Warne’s international cricket career from 1992 to 2007.
He is recognized as one of the best cricketers in history, having taken 708 Test wickets at 25.41 in 145 matches from 1992 to 2007. No Australian has more international wickets than him. His nickname was Warnie.

Warne was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame in 2013 and was named one of Wisden’s Five Cricketers of the Century, along with Sir Donald Bradman, Sir Garfield Sobers, Sir Jack Hobbs, and Sir Vivian Richards.

Ban and Suspension

Throughout his career, Warne got involved in off-field issues, including a cricket ban after testing positive for a prohibited substance.
Shane Warne was suspended from cricket in February 2003, just before the start of the ICC Cricket World Cup in Africa.

Warne was sent home following a drug test during a one-day series in Australia. He took a “fluid tablet.” A panel formed by the ACB judged Warne guilty of violating the board’s doping policy and imposed a one-year ban from organized cricket.

After returning to international cricket, he retired with 708 Test wickets and 293 ODI wickets. On December 26, 2006, he bowled English batsman Andrew Strauss at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, claiming his 700th Test wicket. Last Test: January 2, 2007 vs England.


After retiring from international cricket, Warne was named the captain of the Rajasthan Royals in the 2008 Indian Premier League (IPL). Warne guided the Royals to victory in the inaugural season of the competition.

Shane Keith Warne (13 September 1969 – 4 March 2022)

Six days after Warne died, his body was flown from Thailand to Melbourne on a private plane.

Warne’s private funeral was held on March 20, 2022, in Melbourne at Moorabbin Oval, the headquarters and old home site of the St Kilda Football Club.

Shane Warne cause of death, wife and kid

This was the end of the greatest cricketer the world had ever seen. He will be remembered for his spin bowling until the earth ends.

FAQs about Shane Warne Cause of Death, Life, Wife and Kids

What was Shane Warne's wife's name?

Shane Warne cause of death

Shane Warne’s wife was Simone Callahan.

How did Shane Warne pass away?

Shane Warne passed away due to a suspected heart attack. (Coronary artery atherosclerosis)

Was Shane Warne still married at the time of his death?

No, Shane Warne and Simone Callahan were separated at the time of his death.

What was the reason for Shane Warne death?

Shane Warne passed away due to a suspected heart attack. (Coronary artery atherosclerosis)

How many children did Sharen Warne have?

Shane Warne had three children: a son named Jackson and two daughters, Brooke and Summer Warne.

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Hat-trick in the Cricket World Cup

Hat-trick in the Cricket World Cup

A hat-trick in cricket happens when a bowler takes three wickets on successive deliveries, eliminating three different batters. 

Chetan Sharma from India achieved the first hat-trick in the 1987 Reliance World Cup by clean bowling New Zealand’s Ken Rutherford, Ian Smith, and Ewen Chatfield in consecutive deliveries.

Saqlain Mushtaq of Pakistan took the second Hat-trick in the cricket world cup

Second hat trick in the cricket World Cup. June 11, 1999, at The Oval, ICC World Cup.

Saqlain Mushtaq took a hat-trick with the wickets of
Henry Olonga st †Moin Khan b Saqlain Mushtaq
Adam Huckle st †Moin Khan b Saqlain Mushtaq
Pommie Mbangwa lbw b Saqlain Mushtaq

Chaminda Vaas of Sri Lanka

Hat-tricks in the Cricket World Cup

Chaminda Vaas becomes the third bowler to have a hat-trick in the cricket world cup.

Vaas took a hat-trick with the first three balls of the match, he also took a wicket with his fifth ball of the match.

Hannan Sarkar b Vaas
Al Sahariar c de Silva b Vaas
Mohammad Ashraful c & b Vaas

Sri Lanka won by 10 wickets. Man of the match:- Chaminda Vaas

Brett Lee of Australia

Brett Lee became the fourth bowler to take a hat-trick in the Cricket World Cup. He achieved this on March 15, 2003, during the ICC World Cup against Kenya.

Kennedy Otieno † b Lee
Brijal Patel c Ponting b Lee
David Obuya b Lee.

Australia won by 5 wickets

Lasith Malinga of Sri Lanka

Malinga became the fifth bowler to take a hat-trick in the Cricket World Cup. He achieved this on March 28, 2007, during the ICC World Cup match against South Africa.

Malinga took 4 wickets in 4 balls, with the wickets of 

Shaun Pollock b Malinga
Andrew Hall c Tharanga b Malinga
Jacques Kallis c †Sangakkara b Malinga
Makhaya Ntini b Malinga

South Africa won by 1 wicket

Kemar Roach of West Indies

Kemar Roach became the sixth bowler to take a hat-trick in the Cricket World Cup. He achieved this on February 28, 2011, during the ICC World Cup match against Netherlands. 

Kemar Roach  took a hat-trick with the wickets of
Pieter Seelaar lbw b Roach 1
Bernard Loots lbw b Roach 0
Berend Westdijk b Roach 0

Lasith Malinga of Sri Lanka took the second Hat-trick in the cricket world cup

Lasith Malinga became the Seventh bowler to take a hat-trick in the Cricket World Cup. He achieved this for the second time on March 1, 2011, during the ICC World Cup match against Kenya. The first hat-trick was on March 28, 2007, during the ICC World Cup match against South Africa.

Peter Ongondo b Malinga
Shem Ngoche b Malinga
Elijah Otieno b Malinga

Steven Finn of England

Steven Finn became the eighth bowler to take a hat-trick in the Cricket World Cup. He achieved this on February 14, 2015, during the ICC World Cup match against Australia.

Steven Finn took a hat-trick with the wickets of
Brad Haddin †c Broad b Finn
Glenn Maxwell c Root b Finn
Mitchell Johnson c Anderson b Finn

Australia won by 111 runs

JP Duminy of South Africa

JP Duminy became the ninth bowler to take a hat-trick in the Cricket World Cup. He achieved this on March 18, 2015, during the ICC World Cup match against South Africa.

JP Duminy took a hat-trick with the wickets of

Angelo Mathews (c) c du Plessis b Duminy
Nuwan Kulasekara c †de Kock b Duminy
Tharindu Kaushal lbw b Duminy

South Africa won by 9 wickets

Mohammed Shami of India

Mohammed Shami became the tenth bowler to take a hat-trick in the Cricket World Cup. He achieved this on June 22, 2019, during the ICC World Cup match against Afghanistan.

Mohammed Shami took a hat-trick with the wickets of

Mohammad Nabi c Pandya b Mohammed Shami
Aftab Alam b Mohammed Shami
Mujeeb Ur Rahman b Mohammed Shami

Trent Boult of New-Zealand

Trent Boult became the eleventh bowler to take a hat-trick in the Cricket World Cup. He achieved this on June 29, 2019, during the ICC World Cup match against Australia.

Trent Boult took a hat-trick with the wickets of
Usman Khawaja b Boult
Mitchell Starc b Boult
Jason Behrendorff lbw b Boult

Australia won by 86 runs

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Wasim Akram's tragic love story about his wifes death in Chennai
Wasim Akram's tragic love story about his wifes death in Chennai

Wasim Akram’s first wife died on October 25th, 2009, at the age of 42 due to multiple organ failure at Apollo Hospital in Chennai.
They had two sons from their marriage of 14 years. Tahmoor and Akbar.

One of the greatest fast bowlers in the history of cricket who scared all the batsmen of the world was crying at the airport because he didn’t have an Indian visa to see his wife’s tragic demise due to multiple orders failure, Huma Akram.

Wasim Akram's tragic love story about his wifes death in Chennai and emotional incident

Wasim was in South Africa for the Champions Trophy for the commentary for ESPN and Start Sports, and his wife was in Karachi with their children to see their grandparents. When she returned to Lahore, they all complained of a sore throat. The children soon recovered, but she didn’t. She eventually ended up at a hospital, while Wasim was still not back in Pakistan.

Akram and his family, brother-in-law, Aamir, were traveling to the hospital in Singapore from Lahore on an air ambulance for the treatment of his wife at Mount Elizabeth Hospital. The ambulance halted at the Chennai airport for scheduled refilling. And Akram’s wife Huma was feeling uncomfortable and was in pain, and her eyes were closed in the air ambulance. When the medical professional from Singapore tried to revive Huma, she was unconscious, and Akram was weeping. And people recognized me at the airport.

We didn’t have an Indian visa. We both had Pakistani passports. However, the airport officials and the customs and immigration officials helped Wasim and told him not to worry, we would take care of the visa issue later. They arranged an ambulance, and Huma was admitted to Apollo Hospital in Chennai. She was in the ICU, and after 4 to 5 days, she never came to a conscious state.
It was very difficult to break the news to my kids, who were 7 and 10 years old. My family and friends helped me overcome this situation. This is a heart-touching story about Wasim Akram’s tragic love story about his wifes death in Chennai

Wasim Akram's tragic love story about his wifes death in Chennai

The last word said by Huma

The last word said by Huma, closing her eyes, was “mujhay pain horai hai.” Where is my husband? and Wasim Akram said, I am right here, baby

How did Wasim and Huma meet for the first time

Wasim Akram's tragic love story about his wifes death in Chennai

Imran Khan took Wasim Akram to the party in Karachi, that’s when both Wasim and Huma met each other. Huma was around 18 to 19 years old, and Akram was around 21. They got to know each other, and their relationship was established.

Wasim Akram scared all the batsmen all over the world during his playing days. But never judge the book by its cover, he has a story that breaks every human heart. And he was also loved by all because of his off-field-friendly nature and his commentary skills.

Wasim Akram's Second Marriage

Wasim Akram is now happily married to Shanier Thompson, on August 12, 2013 whom he had met at a dinner with mutual friends whilst while on a visit to Melbourne in 2011. Shanieran is Australian-born, and she is a social worker in Australia. He had his first daughter, Aiyla Sabeen Rose Akram. Wasim Akram’s sons are Tahmoor and Akbar. Tahmoor Akram is an MMA fighter and lives in America. 

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IPL Centuries List

The list of injured, unavailable and replacement players for TATA IPL 2024.

1) Chennai Super Kings IPL 2024

Devon Conway, a New Zealand opener, just underwent thumb surgery and is expected to be out for eight weeks. CSK has not announced a replacement.

IPL Centuries List

2) Gujarat Titans

Mohammed Shami, the 2023 season’s leading wicket-taker, was ruled out of the IPL 2024 due to an ankle injury sustained during the 2023 ODI World Cup. The Gujarat Titans have not yet announced a successor.

3) Kolkata Knight Riders

Jason Roy, the England opener, pulled out from the IPL 2024 for personal reasons. KKR replaced him by substituting England’s Phil Salt, who is at present second in the world in T20Is.

4) Lucknow Super Giants

The ECB removed Mark Wood from the IPL to manage his workload ahead of the T20 World Cup and England’s home summer. Shamar Joseph, a West Indies fast bowler, was picked as his substitute.

5) Rajasthan Royals

Prasidh Krishna, an India fast bowler, will miss the IPL season for the second time due to quadriceps tendon surgery performed in February. He had sustained the injury during the Ranji Trophy. No replacement has been named.

6) Delhi Capitals

Harry Brook, an England batsman, has withdrawn from the IPL 2024 for personal reasons. The Capitals have not announced a replacement for him.

7) Dinesh Karthik

Dinesh Karthik, an Indian wicketkeeper and batsman, will play his final IPL season with Royal Challengers Bangalore this year.

8) Pat Cummins

Sunrisers Hyderabad has appointed Pat Cummins as captain for IPL 2024, replacing Aiden Markram who led the team in 2023.
Sunrisers Hyderabad bought Pat Cummins for INR 20.5 crore at the December auction.

9) James Franklin

Franklin replaces Steyn as Sunrisers bowling coach in the IPL 2024. James Franklin, a former New Zealand all-rounder, will take over as Sunrisers Hyderabad’s bowling coach for the 2024 IPL season.

10) Rishabh Pant

Rishabh Pant will captain the Delhi Capitals in IPL 2024, although he will not keep wickets throughout the first half of the season.
According to Delhi Capitals coach Ricky Ponting, Rishabh Pant is very confident in his ability to play the IPL. However, Ponting is doubtful if he will be able to captain or keep wicket due to injuries received in a car accident.

11) Anrich Nortje

Nortje, who has been out of play due to injuries, is ready to go and is likely to attend the camp in Visakhapatnam.

12) Daryl Mitchell

Mitchell is excited to collaborate with Stephen Fleming.
Mitchell, who has played 20 Tests, 39 ODIs, and 56 T20Is for New Zealand, has joined CSK.

13) Tata extends its IPL championship sponsorship

Tata extends its IPL championship sponsorship setup till 2028. The Tata Group has extended its IPL title sponsorship for another five years, from 2024 to 2028, for INR 2500. For the past two seasons, the Tata Group has served as the IPL’s title sponsor, replacing Vivo. The 2024 IPL will begin on March 22 and end in May, right before the men’s T20 World Cup on June 1.

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Ee Sala Cup Namde

Ee Sala Cup Namde | Royal Challengers Bangaluru - RCB

RCB always had the big stars on the team but never had the capacity to win the trophy. They have been runners-up three times. 
The second-most costly franchise in the year 2008. In 2015, Diageo India purchased the squad from Vijay Mallya, chairman of United Breweries Limited.

Ee Sala Cup Namde

Captain: Faf du Plessis
Coach: Sanjay Bangar
Owners: Diageo India Private Limited.

Home ground: M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru
IPL titles won till now:- 0

RCB IPL 2024 Squad


Faf du Plessis (c)
Anuj Rawat (W/k)
Dinesh Karthik (W/k)
Virat Kohli
Saurav Chauhan
Rajat Patidar


Akash Deep
Manoj Bhandage
Tom Curran
Cameron Green
Will Jacks
Mahipal Lomror
Glenn Maxwell
Suyash Prabhudessai


Mayank Dagar
Lockie Ferguson
Alzarri Joseph
Mohammed Siraj
Himanshu Sharma
Rajan Kumar
Karn Sharma
Swapnil Singh
Reece Topley
Vijaykumar Vyshak
Yash Dayal

Brand Ambassadors

In 2008, Katrina Kaif represented the squad as its brand ambassador.In the following seasons, Deepika Padukone, Amya, Puneeth Rajkumar, Shiva Rajkumar, Upendra, and Ganesh served as the team’s ambassadors.

RCB Seasons



League Position

7th out of 8
3rd out of 8
4th out of 8
1st out of 10
5th out of 9
            5th out of 9             
7th out of 8  
3rd out of 8
2nd out of 8
8th out of 8
        6th out of 8             
     8th out of 8            
4th out of 8
3rd out of 8             
3rd out of 10           
6th out of 10

Final Position

League stage
League stage
League stage
League stage
League stage
League stage
 League stage
League stage
League stage
League stage

Rivalry with CSK

The water conflict between Tamil Nadu and Karnataka over the Kaveri River is the source of the rivalry with the Chennai Super Kings. Other names for the rivalry are “South Indian derby” and “Kaveri derby.” The 2011 Indian Premier League final saw the Super Kings defeat the Royal Challengers in the lone IPL final between the two clubs.

Fans and Support

All across India, especially in Bangaluru, the Royal Challengers have a large and passionate fan base. The supporters have a reputation for being noisy and devoted. In addition, the stadium organizers give the supporters of the home team noisemakers, RCB flags, and cheer kits.Bold Army is a group of Royal Challengers Bangaluru supporters.
The Royal Challengers were the first team to offer free WiFi to supporters at their home stadium during the 2014 Indian Premier League. On game days at the Chinnaswamy, 50 access points were installed utilizing fiber-optic cables to give supporters internet access.

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