IPL has reached its 10th season. When many new players came in the last 9 seasons, many older players have re-prepared themselves. There are few days left in the 10th season. In such a case, let’s know about the five innings of IPL, which became history.
Adam Gilchrist – 85 off 35 balls, IPL 2009
Australia’s star wicketkeeper and batsman Adam Gilchrist was the captain of the Deccan Charger in 2009. Delhi was a semi-final match against the Daredevils. Gilchrist played a magnificent innings after chasing the difficult target of 154 in this match. On the slow wicket of Centurion, Gilchrist got the news of all the speculations.
Gilchrist played a wonderful innings of 85 off 35 balls with 10 fours and 5 fine sixes. Due to this innings, Delhi’s team was out of the tournament, while the Deccan Charger had won only two overs earlier.
David Miller, 101 runs at 38 ball, IPL 2013
David Miller played a very aggressive innings in this match. There was a match between Kings XI Punjab and Royal Challengers Bangalore. When left-handed South African batsman David Miller came to the crease, then Kings XI Punjab needed 140 runs to win and only 12 overs left. David Miller batted without any tension. RCB ballers were fired. Miller put fours and sixes around the Mohali stadium.
Miller played a magnificent 101 off 38 balls with 8 fours and 7 sixes. Thanks to their blistering innings, Punjab won the match by two overs.
Manvinder Bisla – 89 runs on 48 balls, IPL 2012
IPL 2012 Final – KKR vs CSK Highlights
Now we talk about the very exciting match of the IPL final match. The Kolkata Knight Riders and IPL’s number one team were the final match between Chennai Super Kings. The team of Kolkata Knight Riders was chasing the torget. Wicketkeeper Manvinder Bisla had come to the opening. Chasing 191 against a difficult target against Chennai, Manvinder played his best innings of his life.
Manvinder has played many great shots He never looked uncomfortable. He played 89 balls with 8 fours and 5 sixes in 48 balls. Thanks to this innings, Kolkata Knight Riders managed to win the IPL.
Suresh Raina – 87 runs at 25 balls, IPL 2014
Khelai Suresh Raina’s innings against Kings XI Punjab is one of his finest innings so far. Although his team failed to win the match. Suresh Raina scored 87 runs in 25 balls in Mumbai.
In the second qualifier match, due to the explosive innings of Raina, the team of Kings XI Punjab was once seen on backfoot. Chennai had to chase down the difficult target of 227 runs. Chennai Super Kings scored 100 runs in 6 overs.
Raina was hurried to take the run. He got run out in the duck for the double run. He made 12 fours and 6 sixes. His strike rate was 348. Despite this spectacular effort of Raina, Chennai Super Kings lost by 24 runs.
MS Dhoni – 54 off 29 balls, IPL 2010
MANOF THE MATCH – MATCH54 – IPL 2010 – KXIP v CSK
Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s fans always expect him from Siksar. In the IPL 2010 semifinal match, Dhoni scored two sixes on the ball of Irfan Pathan and thanks to this innings, Chennai managed to win the Super Kings match.
Chasing Chennai Super Kings 193 runs, Dhoni scored a magnificent innings. Captain Dhoni scored an unbeaten 54 off 29 balls with 5 fours and two sixes.
Although Dhoni has played several match-winning innings in his career, his innings is very memorable.