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Sunday, May 26, 2013

Orange Cap, Purple Cap War in IPL 2013 {IPL 6} - Wnners of Orange and Purple cap IPL 2013

     The most exciting thing in IPL- Indian Premier League is Competition for Orange Cap ( Highest Run Scorer in IPL ) and Purple Cap ( Highest Wicket Taker in IPL ).
    In IPL 2013 this competition for Orange cap and Purple cap is proving to be very nail biting stuff.

 Orange Cap (Highest Run Scorer) Orange Cap  winner is MEK Hussey (CSK)
The Orange Cap will be awarded to the batsman with the most number of runs in the tournament. During the tournament, the top batsman will get the honour to wear this cap while on the field. At the end of IPL 6, the highest run scorer of the tournament will receive an award for being the best.
Orange Cap War (Highest Run Scorers ) Orange Cap
Players Mat Innings No. Runs HS Average BF S/R 100 50 0 4s 6s
MEK Hussey (CSK) 17 17 3 733 95 52.35 566 129.50 0 6 0 81 17
CH Gayle (RCB) 16 16 4 708 175* 59.00 453 156.29 1 4 0 57 51
V Kohli (RCB) 16 16 2 634 99 45.28 457 138.73 0 6 0 64 22
SK Raina (CSK) 18 17 4 548 100* 42.15 365 150.13 1 4 3 50 18
SR Watson (RR) 16 16 2 543 101 38.78 380 142.89 1 2 0 59 22
RG Sharma (MI) 19 19 5 538 79* 38.42 409 131.54 0 4 0 35 28
KD Karthik (MI) 19 19 1 510 86 28.33 411 124.08 0 2 2 54 14
AM Rahane (RR) 18 18 4 488 68* 34.85 458 106.55 0 4 0 42 11
R Dravid (RR) 18 17 1 471 65 29.43 425 110.82 0 4 0 64 5
AJ Finch (PW) 14 14 0 456 67 32.57 336 135.71 0 4 1 54 16
 
Previous Orange Cap Winners:
2012 Chris Gayle (Royal Challengers Bangalore) 733 Runs
2011 Chris Gayle (Royal Challengers Bangalore) 608 Runs
2010 Sachin Tendulkar (Mumbai Indians) 618 Runs
2009 Matthew Hayden (Chennai Super Kings) 572 Runs
2008 Shaun Marsh (Kings XI Punjab) 616 Runs


Purple Cap (Highest Wicket Taker)Purple Cap  winner is DJ Bravo (CSK)
The Purple Cap is given to the bowler with most number of wickets in the league. During the tournament, the top bowler will get the honour to wear this cap while on the field. At the end of IPL 6, the highest wicket-taker will receive an award for being the best.

Purple Cap War (Highest Wicket Takers)Purple Cap
Player Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 4 5
DJ Bravo (CSK) 18 18 62.3 0 497 32 4/42 15.53 7.95 11.7 1 0
JP Faulkner (RR) 16 16 63.1 2 427 28 5/16 15.25 6.75 13.5 0 2
Harbhajan Singh (MI) 19 19 70.0 0 456 24 3/14 19.00 6.51 17.5 0 0
MG Johnson (MI) 17 17 64.0 0 459 24 3/27 19.12 7.17 16.0 0 0
R Vinay Kumar (RCB) 16 16 60.1 0 493 23 3/18 21.43 8.19 15.6 0 0
SP Narine (KKR) 16 16 64.0 1 350 22 4/13 15.90 5.46 17.4 2 0
A Mishra (SH) 17 17 62.0 1 394 21 4/19 18.76 6.35 17.7 1 0
MM Sharma (CSK) 15 15 50.4 0 326 20 3/10 16.30 6.43 15.2 0 0
SL Malinga (MI) 17 17 64.2 0 460 20 3/39 23.00 7.15 19.3 0 0
DW Steyn (SH) 17 17 67.5 3 384 19 3/11 20.21 5.66 21.4 0 0
 
Previous Purple Cap Winners:
2012 Morne Morkel (Delhi Daredevils) 25 wickets
2011 Lasith Malinga (Mumbai Indians) 28 wickets
2010 Pragyan Ojha (Deccan Chargers) 21 wickets
2009 RP Singh (Deccan Chargers) 23 wickets
2008 Sohail Tanvir (Rajasthan Royals) 22 wickets

IPL 2013Final : Mumbai Indians won maiden IPL Trophy as Chennai Super Kings batting comes a cropper

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Mumbai Indians
drubbed Chennai Super Kings in an unusually one-sided final for a maiden IPL Trophy. Needing to chase 149 on a slow pitch, Chennai Super Kings slipped into a disastrous position of 39 for 6 inside 8 overs. An explosive fifty from Skipper MS Dhoni could only reduce the margin of defeat to 23 runs and helped CSK to a modest 125 for 9.
Mumbai Indians drubbed Chennai Super Kings in an unusually one-sided final for a maiden IPL Trophy

Mumbai Indians 148 for 9 (Pollard 60*, Bravo 4-42, Morkel 2-12) beat Chennai Super Kings 125 for 9 (Dhoni 63*, Johnson 2-19, Harbhajan 2-14) by 23 runs
Kept alive by Kieron Pollard's fighting 60 off 32, the Mumbai Indians bowlers attacked their way to a first IPL title. Mumbai were struggling at 52 for 4 in the 10th over, but Pollard batted through the innings to take them 148 even as wickets kept falling as the other end. 

Kieron Pollard top-scored against Super Kings again
Lasith Malinga and Mitchell Johnson then were too good for the Chennai Super Kings batsmen, yorking and bouncing them out.
Super Kings' two big Indian batsmen fell to bouncers, their best batsman was done in by a perfect Malinga yorker, and the rest fell under the weight of the pressure and their own conservatism. MS Dhoni came in to bat at No. 7, and Albie Morkel at 8. Twenty20 doesn't always favour aggressive sides, in that wickets don't mean as much as they should, but in this match it did.
Wickets were there aplenty for Super Kings too. There were three in the first four overs as the ball seamed, and Mohit Sharma and Morkel bowled smartly and steadily. When Dinesh Karthik fell in the 10th over, Super Kings were arguably one big wicket away from killing the game. That one big wicket never came.
The first ball Pollard faced he defended away for four. That was sweetly played. He just pushed at a shortish delivery, but the ball scurried along between the bowler and mid-off. He lost Ambati Rayudu after a 48-run fifth-wicket stand, but kept bringing up fours and sixes without taking risks. His countryman, Dwayne Bravo, though, threatened to ruin his plans.
Pollard had taken Mumbai to 129 for 6 after 18 overs, and would have been looking for 40 more. A tight Chris Morris over later, Bravo kept Pollard away from the strike through two wickets off the first three balls of the last over. Pollard took the risk fourth ball and ran even though the ball had reached the slip straight on a half-volley. Now Pollard had two balls to do something about the score that read only 136.
And do something Pollard did. The first of the two balls was a low full toss and he flicked it for a straight six. Then came a slower ball, which pitched on a length, and Pollard dismissed it out of his presence. Twelve runs taken off the last two balls, Mumbai were reminded by their analyst that they had scored 148 in their first match against Super Kings too. Pollard had scored 57 not out then too. They won by nine back then.
This time, though, they would need something special. Malinga, asked to bowl the first over, delivered nothing less than special. A swinging yorker first squeezed under Michael Hussey's bat. Out came Suresh Raina. In came a backward short leg. Out came an accurate bouncer. Raina fended at it while looking towards third man. Backward short leg took the catch.
Super Kings now sent crisis man S Badrinath ahead of the bigger hitters. If consolidation was his brief, Badrinath exceeded it by driving at a wide length ball from Mitchell Johnson and edging it through. Still no Dhoni. Bravo and Ravindra Jadeja didn't take too long, and Dhoni had to finally come out at 36 for 5 in the seventh over. However, he ran out of batsmen soon with M Vijay falling to a Johnson bouncer and Morkel to a full Pragyan Ojha delivery, and actually had to begin farming the strike and refuse singles with six overs still to go.
Most of Dhoni's 63 off 45 after the match had been lost, and only gave Mumbai an extended time on the field to celebrate the title even when the match was on. 


Toss and Teams: Mumbai Indians have won the toss and elected to bat first in the IPL 6 Final against the Chennai Super Kings at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata. Both the teams are unchanged from their last games. The pitch for the contest is on the drier side and it could assist the slow bowlers big time.
Mumbai Indians : Dwayne Smith, Aditya Tare, Dinesh Karthik(w), Rohit Sharma (C), Kieron Pollard, Ambati Rayudu, Harbhajan Singh, Rishi Dhawan, Mitchell Johnson, Lasith Malinga, Pragyan Ojha
Chennai Super Kings: Michael Hussey, Murali Vijay, Suresh Raina, MS Dhoni (C&WK), Ravindra Jadeja, S Badrinath, Dwayne Bravo, Albie Morkel, Chris Morris, Ravichandran Ashwin, Mohit Sharma

Pollard crucial knock helps Mumbai to 148 for 9 : Final IPL 2013 -Chennai Super Kings Vs Mumbai Indians at Kolkata - May 26, 2013



IPL 2013 Final : Mumbai Indians won toss choose to bat first, in trouble after three early dismissal

Mumbai won toss choose to bat first, in trouble after three early dismissal


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