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IPL Flashback: Orange cap winners

by Jasvinder Singh Mar 21, 2018 • 15:28 PM

March 21 (CRICKETNMORE) - IPL is going to kick off its 11th season, which is the most popular cricket league around the world. In this league the cricket fans have got the opportunity to witness some exceptional game play from the cricketers and IPL decided to remark these performances, so the orange cap concept was introduced to mark their brilliant performances of the batsmen and this cap would be offered to a the top scorer of the season with most runs.

Let’s check out the top scorer of particular season from 2008 – 2017: -

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# 1 Shaun Marsh (Kings XI Punjab)-2008

Matches – 11, Runs – 616, Strike Rate – 139.68, 50’S – 5, 100’s – 1, Ave – 68.44

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#2 Mathew Hayden (Chennai Super Kings)-2009

Matches – 12, Runs – 572, Strike Rate – 144.81, 50’S – 5, 100’s – 0, Ave- 52

#3 Sachin Tendulkar (Mumbai Indians)-2010

 Matches – 14, Runs – 618, Strike Rate – 144.81, 50’S – 5, 100’s – 0, Ave – 47.53

 #4 Chris Gayle (Royal Challenger Bangalore)-2011

Matches – 12, Runs – 608, Strike Rate – 183.13, 50’S – 3, 100’s – 2, Ave – 67.55

#5 Chris Gayle (Royal Challenger Bangalore)-2012

Matches – 15, Runs – 733, Strike Rate – 160.74, 50’S – 7, 100’s – 1, Ave – 48.86

#6 Michael Hussey (Chennai Super Kings)-2013

Matches – 17, Runs – 733, Strike Rate – 129.50, 50’S – 6, 100’s – 0, Ave – 52.35

#7 Robin Uthappa (Kolkata Knight Riders)-2014

Matches – 16, Runs – 660, Strike Rate – 137.78, 50’S – 5, 100’s – 0, Ave – 44

#8 David Warner (Sunrisers Hyderabad)-2015

Matches – 14, Runs – 562, Strike Rate – 156.54, 50’S – 7, 100’s – 0, Ave – 43.23

#9 Virat Kohli (Royal Challenger Bangalore)-2016

Matches – 16, Runs – 973, Strike Rate – 152.08, 50’S – 7, 100’s – 4, Ave – 81.08

#10 David Warner (Sunrisers Hyderabad)-2017

Matches – 14, Runs – 641, Strike Rate – 141.81, 50’S – 4, 100’s – 1, Ave – 58.27