Harbhajan Singh has become one of the most decorated players in the history of the Indian Premier League after winning his fourth title in eleven editions of the cash-rich league.
|1||Kane Williamson (SRH)||17||735|
|2||Rishabh Pant (DD)||14||684|
|3||Lokesh Rahul (KXIP)||14||659|
|4||Ambati Rayudu (CSK)||16||602|
|5||Shane Watson (CSK)||15||555|
|1||Andrew Tye (KXIP)||14||24|
|2||Rashid Khan (SRH)||17||21|
|3||Siddarth Kaul (SRH)||17||21|
|4||Umesh Yadav (RCB)||14||20|
|5||Hardik Pandya (MI)||13||18|
Chennai Super Kings completed a fairytale comeback to the Indian Premier League by clinching their third title after defeating Sunrisers Hyderabad by 8 wickets in the final on Sunday, in front of a packed Wankhede Stadium. Australian all-rounder Shane Watson played a knock for the ages as he launched a vicious attack on the well-oiled Sunrisers bowling machinery to take the Yellow brigade home with 9 balls to spare.
The reasons for Sanju Samson’s failure to clear the fitness test that led to his removal from the India ‘A’ squad for the tour of England could well be traced back to his recent IPL stint. It has been learnt that Rajasthan Royals, Samson’s franchise, didn’t have a specialist trainer during the tournament, leaving chief physio John Gloster and football physio Noel Augustine to share those duties.