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« on: June 01, 2016, 01:46:46 AM »



Another edition of the IPL is over and the Sunrisers Hyderabad were crowned champions for the first time. They beat the Royal Challengers Bangalore by eight runs in an enthralling final to lift the trophy. There were some players who enhanced their reputations in the tournament while there were some who underachieved and whose performances turned out to be a damp squib.

Here's a look at some of the hits and flops of the tournament

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Virat Kohli - Royal Challengers Bangalore

He has been in imperious form over the last six months in all Twenty20 matches. He played in 16 matches and scored 973 runs at an average of 81.08 and a batting strike rate of 152.03. He also hit the most number of sixes with 38 hits over the fence. These are Bradmanesque figures. He did not have a single century in Twenty20 matches prior to this tournament but scored four during this edition of the IPL. At one stage it looked like he would become the first player ever in the history of the IPL to score 1000 runs in a single season. Even though he said that he was not a big hitter he hit the maximum number of sixes in the tournament. To sum up, Kohli singlehandedly took Royal Challengers Bangalore into the final.
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David Warner - Sunrisers Hyderabad

He played in 17 matches and scored 848 runs at an average of 60.57 and a batting strike rate of 151.42. He was the mainstay of SRH’s batting throughout the tournament and was the second highest scorer in this IPL edition. He mixed big shots with a sensible approach and Sunrisers Hyderabad was heavily dependent on him to chase down targets. His captaincy was brilliant and he marshalled his troops well. He has also improved his on field behaviour and was on the money both with the bat and his leadership throughout the tournament.
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AB de Villiers - Royal Challengers Bangalore

He played in 16 matches and scored 687 runs at an average of 52.84 and a batting strike rate of 168.79. He is considered the finest limited overs batsman in international cricket and he was in prime form during the tournament. He hit 37 sixes which was one less than Virat Kohli and he was overshadowed a bit by the latter. He is very versatile because he can clear the boundary with ease and at the same time run hard between the wickets, rotating the strike. If any criticism can be levelled at him, it was his injudicious shot in the final. However, he still remains a formidable batsman.
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Bhuvneshwar Kumar - Sunrisers Hyderabad

He was the Purple Cap holder in the tournament and took 23 wickets at a bowling average of 21.3 and an economy rate of 7.42. There has been a lot of talk about how he has lost his famed swing but he has added some pace and executed his yorkers well throughout the tournament. He was one of the best bowlers at the death in the tournament and he recovered well after the mauling he received from Sarfaraz Khan in the initial stages of the tournament.
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Mustafizur Rahman - Sunrisers Hyderabad

He played in 16 matches and took 17 wickets at a bowling average of 24.76 and an economy rate of 6.9. His economy rate was the best amongst the 15 highest wicket takers in his debut season. He was brilliant both with his slower balls, primarily his off-cutters and also bowled some quick yorkers. Whenever SRH needed a wicket or needed to bowl an economical over, he delivered for the captain and was one of the pillars for his team throughout the tournament


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