• IPL 2019: Ingram snatches Dhawan's first T20 ton, Twitter eruptsIPL 2019: Ingram snatches Dhawan's first T20 ton, Twitter erupts

    In 63 balls, Dhawan slammed 11 boundaries and two massive sixes but he still managed to miss his first T20 ton by just 3 runs. Delhi needed 12 runs in last two overs, an ample amount of balls that could have allowed him to score his first ton.

  • MS Dhoni loses cool, walks into the ground during CSKvsRR IPL match
    IPLMS Dhoni loses cool, walks into the ground during CSKvsRR IPL match

    The umpire had never given a no-ball and this irked Mahendra Singh Dhoni who walked up to umpire to fight it out; later after a heated discussion, he settled for it not being a no-ball.

  • MS Dhoni scripts unique record with a win against Rajasthan Royals
    IPLMS Dhoni scripts unique record with a win against Rajasthan Royals

    Dhoni led the team by example as he scored 58 off 43 balls and he was supported brilliantly by Ambati Rayudu (57 off 47 balls) as CSK bounced back after losing four wickets early to maintain their top spot in the IPL points table.

  • IPL 2019: Mahendra Singh Dhoni speaks out his strategy against Rajasthan Royals
    IPLIPL 2019: Mahendra Singh Dhoni speaks out his strategy against Rajasthan Royals

    The men in yellow were in trouble after losing three quick wickets in the power plays. The pitch was tough and the Rajasthan Royals were on top of their game. MS Dhoni and Suresh Raina then took the game in their hands.

  • 'Not playing gully cricket', Virat Kohli slams umpire after he fails to spot no ball
    IPL'Not playing gully cricket', Virat Kohli slams umpire after he fails to spot no ball

    Cameras showed that the last ball bowled was a no-ball as Malinga overstepped, this was not spotted by the field umpire; angered with the incident, Virat Kohli slammed the umpire during the press conference.

  • RCB Vs CSK 1st IPL Match Live Streaming: When and Where to Watch, Live Coverage on TV and Online
    IPLRCB Vs CSK 1st IPL Match Live Streaming: When and Where to Watch, Live Coverage on TV and Online

    The Indian Premier League (IPL) is back and the 12th edition of the cash-rich league couldn't have hoped for a better start as defending champions Chennai Super Kings (CSK) are all set to take on the star-studded Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the opening game at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Saturday.

  • IPL 2019 Tickets Booking Online: How to buy IPL Match Tickets from BookMyShow, Insider.in, Paytm
    IPLIPL 2019 Tickets Booking Online: How to buy IPL Match Tickets from BookMyShow, Insider.in, Paytm

    The countdown for the biggest T20 extravaganza has begun. The open field is all set to showcase the power of 12th edition of Indian Premier League scheduled to start from March 23. The opening match of the IPL 2019 will be between Chennai Super Kings and Royal Challengers Bangalore at M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai. The Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI) had already announced the schedule. So, are you ready with the VIVO IPL 2019 tickets?

  • IPL 2019: BCCI announces match schedule for 17 games; CSK vs RCB to be the opener
    IPLIPL 2019: BCCI announces match schedule for 17 games; CSK vs RCB to be the opener

    The 2019 schedule for upcoming Indian Premier League will be released in parts; BCCI released IPL 2019 fixtures for the 17 games on Tuesday. The Indian board has got clearance for 17 matches with the eight centres getting two matches each and the Capital getting to host three games in the first segment of the 12th edition of the cash-rich league.

  • IPL 2019 Auction Player Transfer: Sunrisers retain Warner; release stumper Saha
    IPLIPL 2019 Auction Player Transfer: Sunrisers retain Warner; release stumper Saha

    Sunrisers Hyderabad on Thursday retained banned Australian opener David Warner for the upcoming season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) while releasing India's Test wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha ahead of the player auction for the 2019 IPL, next month.

  • IPL 2018: Final match between CSK vs SRH records historic viewership
    IPLIPL 2018: Final match between CSK vs SRH records historic viewership

    The Indian Premier League's final match between Chennai Super Kings and Sunrisers Hyderabad recorded a viewership growth of 34 per cent with 52.9 mn average impressions on the Star TV Network. it was announced on Thursday.

  • Celebs congratulate champions Chennai Super Kings for IPL victory
    IPLCelebs congratulate champions Chennai Super Kings for IPL victory

    Bollywood celebrities like Anil Kapoor and Ranveer Singh have congratulated Chennai Super Kings (CSK) for winning Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018. The team has lifted the title for the third time.

  • IPL 2018: Chennai Super Kings wins the trophy
    IPLIPL 2018: Chennai Super Kings wins the trophy

    Shane Watson was back to his brutal best as the opener's scintillating unbeaten 117 runs helped Chennai Super Kings lift their third Indian Premier League (IPL) title, thrashing Sunrisers Hyderabad by eight wickets in the summit clash here on Sunday.

  • IPL most searched word online: Study
    IPLIPL most searched word online: Study

    The Indian Premier League (IPL) has become one of the largest sporting extravaganza in the world with the search volume for keyword "IPL" being 1.8 million, according to a study conducted by SEMrush, a Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and search analytics software.

  • IPL final not fixed, Hotstar video claims go wrong
    IPLIPL final not fixed, Hotstar video claims go wrong

    The stage is set for the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018 final game, Chennai Super Kings will be fighting Sunrisers Hyderabad in the last game of the tournament.

  • IPL-Playoffs: All-round Rashid propels Hyderabad into final
    IPLIPL-Playoffs: All-round Rashid propels Hyderabad into final

    Afghanistan spinner Rashid Khan starred with bat and ball to help Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) fix a date with Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in Sunday's final after beating Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) by 13 runs in the Indian Premier League (IPL) Qualifier 2 at the Eden Gardens here on Friday.

  • IPL 2018: Chennai edge out Hyderabad in thriller to enter final
    IPLIPL 2018: Chennai edge out Hyderabad in thriller to enter final

    A fighting unbeaten half-century under pressure from Faf du Plessis helped Chennai Super Kings edge past Sunrisers Hyderabad by two wickets in the first qualifier here on Tuesday to enter the final of the Indian Premier League (IPL).

  • Rohit Sharma fails to cross 300 run mark in IPL 2018
    IPLRohit Sharma fails to cross 300 run mark in IPL 2018

    For the first time Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma has failed to cross a 300-run mark in the whole IPL season.

  • IPL 2018, CSK vs KXIP: Chennai Super Kings beat Kings XI Punjab by five wickets
    IPLIPL 2018, CSK vs KXIP: Chennai Super Kings beat Kings XI Punjab by five wickets

    Chennai Super Kings knocked out Kings XI Punjab from the play-offs race of the Indian Premier League (IPL), outplaying them in the last league match by five wickets here on Sunday.

  • IPL 2018: Delhi knock out Mumbai from play-offs
    IPLIPL 2018: Delhi knock out Mumbai from play-offs

    Delhi Daredevils (DD) rode a strong bowling display to notch up an 11-run victory and eliminate Mumbai Indians from the race for the Indian Premier League (IPL) play-offs at the Ferozshah Kotla here on Sunday. Chasing a target of 175 runs in what was a must-win encounter for them, Mumbai were bundled out for 163 runs in 19.3 overs. Mumbai thus completed the league phase with 12 points from their 14 matches. With Rajasthan Royals already on 14 points and Sunrisers Hyderabad, Chennai Super Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders already qualified, defending champions Mumbai saw their title defence come to an end. But it was by no means an easy victory. Despite losing wickets at regular intervals, Mumbai kept up a healthy scoring rate and kept the packed stadium on the edge of their seats till the very end. Leggie Amit Mishra was the most successful among the Delhi bowlers with figures of 3/19 in his four overs. Sandeep Lamichhane claimed 3/36 while Harshal Patel returned with figures of 3/28. Mumbai suffered their first jolt in the opening over when Suryakumar Yadav (12) holed out to long-on off the bowling of Sandeep Lamichhane. Yadav had smashed Lamichhane for a boundary and a six off the first two balls of the innings. Mishra struck in the seventh over when Vijay Shankar pulled off an excellent catch at the long-on boundary of Ishan Kishan (5). Mishra jolted again in his next over, getting rid of Mumbai opener Evin Lewis, who was just two runs short of his half-century. Lewis was in good touch, scoring 48 runs off 31 balls with the help of three boundaries and four hits into the stands. Lamichhane then got rid of Kieron Pollard (7) and Krunal Pandya (4) in the very next over to leave the visitors reeling at 78/5 in the 10th over. Mumbai skipper Rohit Sharma (13) and Hardik Pandya added 34 runs between them before the former fell victim to a brilliant piece of fielding by Glen Maxwell. It was Hardik who kept the score ticking at a healthy rate before falling while attempting yet another big heave off Mishra. The all-rounder scored 27 runs with two boundaries and a six studding his 17-ball stay in the middle. Ben Cutting came up with some lower order heroics with 37 runs off 20 balls. But once he fell in the second ball of the final over, it was as good as over for the visitors. Earlier, Delhi rode a half-century from Rishabh Pant and some death over heroics by Vijay Shankar to post 174/4 in their 20 overs. Rishabh was the highest scorer for the hosts with 64 runs off 44 balls. His knock included four hits to the fence and an equal number of sixes. Vijay shored up the run rate late in the innings and remained unbeaten on 43 runs off 30 deliveries Delhi were off to a flying start with openers Prithvi Shaw (12) and Glenn Maxwell (22) punching Jasprit Bumrah and Krunal Pandya all around the ground. The two of them added 30 runs in just three overs before Shaw virtually gifted away his wicket with his casual approach. The 18-year-old right-hander failed to reach his crease even as Hardik hit the stumps with a direct throw. Bumrah got rid of Maxwell in the next over, uprooting the stumps with a delivery that came in sharply after pitching on the off-stump line. The in-form Shreyas Iyer did not last long, pulling a Mayank Markande delivery straight to Krunal at deep mid-wicket. Rishabh Pant and Vijay Shankar (43 off 30 balls) added 64 runs off 47 balls between them before the former fell while attempting to pump up the flagging run rate. But Vijay went on to take the battle to the rival camp and take the hosts to a strong total. Brief scores: Delhi Daredevils: 174/4 in 20 overs (Rishabh Pant 64, Vijay Shankar 43 n.o.) beat Mumbai Indians: 163 in 19.3 overs (Evin Lewis 48; Sandeep Lamichhane 3/36, Harshal Patel 3/28, Amit Mishra 3/19) by 11 runs