Under Ricky Ponting and Shreyas Iyer, the side has a settled core and they should do well in the upcoming editions.
Here we take a look at the numbers that matter:
Highest Wicket taker – Fiery South African quick Kagiso Rabada was the leading wicket-taker not only for the side, but walked away with the purple cap as he picked up 30 wickets,
Bowler with best economy rate – One of the silent performers for the side was Axar Patel, he was always economical and ended up with an economy rate of 6.41.
Most expensive bowler – Young Tushar Deshpande looked impressive in patches, but then ended with an economy rate of 11.29.
Batsman with best strike rate – Although, the sample size is quite small, Tushar Deshpande had the best strike rate for Delhi this season as he ended up with 175. However, Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis was more impactful with a strike rate of 148.52.
Batsman with most number of 4s – Shikhar Dhawan was the best batsman for the side this season and he ended with 618 runs with 67 boundaries.
Batsman with most number of 6s – Shreyas Iyer and Marcus Stoinis both slammed 16 sixes in the tournament.
Batsman with most number of 50s – Opening the batting, Shikhar Dhawan was sublime as he ended the season with 4 fifties and was one of the main reasons why Delhi made it through to the final for the first time.
Batsman with most number of 100s – Shikhar Dhawan scripted record when he became the first batsman to slam consecutive centuries in the IPL.
Highest Team total – Delhi Capitals smashed 228 against Kolkata Knight Riders and this became their highest team total.
Lowest team total – Delhi were bundled out for 110 against Mumbai Indians and this was their lowest score of the season.