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Here's a look at some of IPL's interesting facts, lesser-known stats, and much more.


Shikhar Dhawan has hit 615 fours in the IPL - the highest in the history of the tournament.


Rashid Khan of Sunrisers Hyderabad has the best Economy Rate in IPL history of 6.21.


KL Rahul of Punjab Kings smashed the fastest fifty in IPL history of just 14 balls against Delhi Capitals at Mohali in 2018.


Virat Kohli (973) and David Warner (848) hold the record for the highest aggregate runs (first two positions) in a single edition of the IPL. Remarkably, both registered the record in the 2016 season.


Jasprit Bumrah of Mumbai Indians picked 27 wickets in the 2021 season of the IPL - the highest by an Indian bowler in any single edition of the tournament.


KL Rahul's unbeaten 132 off 69 deliveries for Punjab Kings against RCB in 2020 is the highest score by an Indian batsman in the IPL.


Sanath Jayasuriya scored 102 runs from fours and sixes during his unbeaten 114 against Chennai Super Kings in Mumbai in 2008 - these are the most runs by a Mumbai Indians batsman from fours and sixes in an innings.


Mumbai Indians has won the IPL on 5 occasions which is the maximum for any franchise in the league's history


AB de Villiers' strike rate of 159.46 for the RCB is higher than Chris Gayle's strike rate of 152.72 for the same franchise


Suresh Raina with 102 has taken the maximum number of catches in IPL history


Ishant Sharma went for 66 runs in his 4 overs playing for Sunrisers against Chennai Super Kings in Hyderabad in 2013 - these are the most expensive bowling figures in an IPL match for an international fast bowler


Adam Gilchrist led Deccan Chargers and Kings XI Punjab in 74 matches - the highest for an overseas player in the IPL


AB de Villiers of RCB took 19 catches in the 2016 season which is the highest number of catches for any player in a season