Ipl 2008 Points Table


Who is no 1 team in IPL all time?

Team Mumbai has won the most matches in the history of the IPL also it’s the most winning team in IPL. Rohit Sharma has been the captain of the Mumbai team since 2013 and has led them to 5 title wins (2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, and 2020), making them the most successful team in the Indian Premier League.

Who will win 2008 IPL?

2008 Indian Premier League Cricket Tournament 2008 Indian Premier League Dates18 April 2008 ( 2008-04-18 ) – 1 June 2008 ( 2008-06-01 ) Administrator(s)Cricket formatTournament format(s) and Host(s)IndiaChampions (1st title)Runners-upMatches59Attendance3,422,000 (58,000 per match)Player of the series ()Most runs () (616)Most wickets () (21)Official website → The 2008 Indian Premier League season was the inaugural season of the, established by the in 2007.

The season commenced on 18 April 2008 with the final match was held on 1 June 2008. The competition started with a league stage, in which each of the 8 teams played a home match and an away match against every other team. These matches were followed by two semi-finals and a final. In a match which went down to the last ball, defeated in the final to win the title, with named the player of the match in the Finals and adjudged the player of the tournament.

won the purple cap for being the top wicket-taking bowler while won the orange cap for leading run-scorer in the tournament. Shreevats Goswami was awarded the best under-19 player award and the special award for Fair Play was won by the,

What was the salary cap in IPL 2008?

Auction-1 – The first auction was held on 20 February 2008. The total salary cap was set at US$ 5 million with a minimum of US$ 3.3 million to be spend. Players were divided into categories with Category-A, B, C and D representing prominent players. Remaining Wicket-keepers, All-rounders, Batsmen and Bowlers were kept in category-E, F, G and H respectively.77 players signed up for auction including 48 foreign players.75 players were auctioned with Mohammed Yousuf and Ashwell Prince remaining unsold.

No. Category Name Nationality Speciality Base Price (in US$ thousands) Team Auctioned Price (in US$ thousands)
1 A Shane Warne Australia Bowler 450 Rajasthan Royals 450
2 A MS Dhoni India Wicketkeeper 400 Chennai Super Kings 1500
3 A Adam Gilchrist Australia Wicket keeper 300 Deccan Chargers 700
4 A Shoaib Akhtar Pakistan Bowler 250 Kolkata Knight Riders 425
5 A Mahela Jayawardene Sri Lanka Batsman 250 Kings XI Punjab 475
6 A Muttiah Muralitharan Sri Lanka Bowler 250 Chennai Super Kings 600
7 B Anil Kumble India Bowler 250 Royal Challengers Bangalore 500
8 B Glenn McGrath Australia Bowler 350 Delhi Daredevils 350
9 B Mohammed Yousuf Pakistan Batsman 350 Unsold
10 B Harbhajan Singh India Bowler 250 Mumbai Indians 850
11 B Sanath Jayasuriya Sri Lanka Allrounder 250 Mumbai Indians 975
12 B Kumar Sangakkara Sri Lanka Wicketkeeper-batsman 250 Kings XI Punjab 700
13 C Ricky Ponting Australia Batsman 335 Kolkata Knight Riders 400
14 C Brett Lee Australia Bowler 300 Kings XI Punjab 900
15 C Andrew Symonds Australia Allrounder 250 Deccan Chargers 1350
16 C Michael Hussey Australia Batsman 250 Chennai Super Kings 250
17 C Daniel Vettori New Zealand Bowler 250 Delhi Daredevils 625
18 C Matthew Hayden Australia Batsman 225 Chennai Super Kings 375
19 C Brendon McCullum New Zealand Wicketkeeper 175 Kolkata Knight Riders 700
20 C Jacob Oram New Zealand Allrounder 200 Chennai Super Kings 675
21 D Stephen Fleming New Zealand Batsman 350 Chennai Super Kings 350
22 D Graeme Smith South Africa Batsman 250 Rajasthan Royals 250
23 D Herschelle Gibbs South Africa Batsman 250 Deccan Chargers 575
24 D Chris Gayle West Indies Allrounder 250 Kolkata Knight Riders 800
25 D Shoaib Malik Pakistan Allrounder 300 Delhi Daredevils 500
26 D Shahid Afridi Pakistan Allrounder 225 Deccan Chargers 675
27 D Younis Khan Pakistan Batsman 225 Rajasthan Royals 225
28 D Mohammad Asif Pakistan Bowler 225 Delhi Daredevils 650
29 D Jacques Kallis South Africa Allrounder 225 Royal Challengers Bangalore 900
30 D Zaheer Khan India Bowler 200 Royal Challengers Bangalore 450
31 D Sreesanth India Bowler 200 Kings XI Punjab 625
32 E Dinesh Karthik India Wicketkeeper 200 Delhi Daredevils 525
33 E AB de Villiers South Africa Wicketkeeper 200 Delhi Daredevils 300
34 E Mark Boucher South Africa Wicketkeeper 200 Royal Challengers Bangalore 450
35 E Parthiv Patel India Wicketkeeper 150 Chennai Super Kings 325
36 E Kamran Akmal Pakistan Wicketkeeper 150 Rajasthan Royals 150
37 E Tatenda Taibu Zimbabwe Wicketkeeper 125 Kolkata Knight Riders 125
38 F Albie Morkel South Africa Allrounder 225 Chennai Super Kings 675
39 F Ajit Agarkar India Allrounder 200 Kolkata Knight Riders 350
40 F Shaun Pollock South Africa Allrounder 200 Mumbai Indians 550
41 F Irfan Pathan India Allrounder 200 Kings XI Punjab 925
42 F Scott Styris New Zealand Allrounder 175 Deccan Chargers 175
43 F Farveez Maharoof Sri Lanka Allrounder 150 Delhi Daredevils 225
44 F Tillakaratne Dilshan Sri Lanka Allrounder 152 Delhi Daredevils 250
45 F Cameron White Australia Allrounder 100 Royal Challengers Bangalore 500
46 F Yusuf Pathan India Allrounder 100 Rajasthan Royals 475
47 F Joginder Sharma India Allrounder 100 Chennai Super Kings 225
48 G Ramnaresh Sarwan West Indies Batsman 225 Kings XI Punjab 225
49 G Simon Katich Australia Batsman 200 Kings XI Punjab 200
50 G Justin Langer Australia Batsman 200 Rajasthan Royals 200
51 G Gautam Gambhir India Batsman 220 Delhi Daredevils 725
52 G Robin Uthappa India Batsman 200 Mumbai Indians 800
53 G Shivnarine Chanderpaul West Indies Batsman 200 Royal Challengers Bangalore 200
54 G Ashwell Prince South Africa Batsman 175 Unsold
55 G VVS Laxman India Batsman 150 Deccan Chargers 375
56 G Wasim Jaffer India Batsman 150 Royal Challengers Bangalore 150
57 G Rohit Sharma India Batsman 150 Deccan Chargers 750
58 G Loots Bosman South Africa Batsman 150 Mumbai Indians 175
59 G Mohammad Kaif India Batsman 125 Rajasthan Royals 675
60 G Suresh Raina India Batsman 125 Chennai Super Kings 650
61 G Manoj Tiwary India Batsman 100 Delhi Daredevils 675
62 G Chamara Silva Sri Lanka Batsman 100 Deccan Chargers 100
63 G David Hussey Australia Batsman 100 Kolkata Knight Riders 625
64 H Nathan Bracken Australia Bowler 225 Royal Challengers Bangalore 325
65 H R P Singh India Bowler 200 Deccan Chargers 875
66 H Murali Kartik India Bowler 200 Kolkata Knight Riders 425
67 H Makhaya Ntini South Africa Bowler 200 Chennai Super Kings 200
68 H Lasith Malinga Sri Lanka Bowler 200 Mumbai Indians 350
69 H Chaminda Vaas Sri Lanka Bowler 200 Deccan Chargers 200
70 H Ramesh Powar India Bowler 150 Kings XI Punjab 170
71 H Umar Gul Pakistan Bowler 150 Kolkata Knight Riders 150
72 H Dale Steyn South Africa Bowler 150 Royal Challengers Bangalore 325
73 H Dilhara Fernando Sri Lanka Bowler 150 Mumbai Indians 150
74 H Ishant Sharma India Bowler 150 Kolkata Knight Riders 950
75 H Piyush Chawla India Bowler 125 Kings XI Punjab 400
76 H Munaf Patel India Bowler 100 Rajasthan Royals 275
77 H Nuwan Zoysa Sri Lanka Bowler 100 Deccan Chargers 110

REC REC : Players unsold originally but were brought back.

Which team is most qualified in IPL?

List: Teams with the Most IPL playoffs qualification – Chennai Super Kings (12): Unsurprisingly, Chennai Super Kings are the table-toppers with the most playoff appearances. In their 14 seasons as a franchise (having served a two-year ban), they have qualified a humongous 12 times to the knockout stages of the IPL.

  • It goes on to show the levels of consistency they have from top-level management to the players.
  • Mumbai Indians (10): The five-time champions are second on this prestigious list.
  • They had faced hard times in the first few seasons.
  • However, after winning their first title in 2013, there has been no looking back.

Mumbai Indians are one of the most meticulously-run franchises in the Indian Premier League. MORE: Make your IPL 2023 predictions and win prizes with Dafabet in Premier League Mania Royal Challengers Bangalore (8): Despite being trophyless for all these years, RCB has had a rich history of knockout appearances.

Rank Teams Playoff Appearances IPL Titles won Last title Won
1 Chennai Super Kings 12 4 2021
2 Mumbai Indians 10 5 2020
3 Royal Challengers Bangalore 8 0
4 Sunrisers Hyderabad (Also, Deccan Chargers) 8 2 2016
5 Kolkata Knight Riders 7 2 2014
6 Delhi Capitals (Also, Delhi Daredevils) 6 0
7 Rajasthan Royals 4 1 2008
8 Punjab Kings (Also, Kings XI Punjab) 2 0
9 Gujarat Titans 2 1 2022
10 Lucknow Super Giants 1 0

Note: Defending champions Gujarat Titans have already qualified for the playoff stages for the Indian Premier League 2023 season.

Which captain lifted the diamond?

Which captain lifted the diamond studded IPL 2008 trophy? Answers – Which captain lifted the diamond studded IPL 2008 trophy?

Answer: ✅ Shane Warne

Captain Shane Warne lifts the diamond-studded IPL 2008 trophy.

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Who hit most sixes in IPL 2008?

Most Sixes in IPL 2008

S. No. Players Name Most Sixes in 2008
1. Sanath Jayasuriya 31
2. Shaun Marsh 26
3. Yusuf Pathan 25
4. Virender Sehwag 21

Who hit most sixes in IPL 2008 2022?

Records in Indian Premier League

Player Span 6s
MK Pandey (DC/KKR/LSG/MI/PWI/RCB/SRH) 2008-2023 108
V Sehwag (DC/KXIP) 2008-2015 106
Ishan Kishan (GL/MI) 2016-2023 103
SS Iyer (DC/KKR) 2015-2022

How much did CSK pay for Dhoni in 2008?

Here’s how many crores CSK skipper MS Dhoni has earned from the IPL from 2008 to 2022 Indian Cricket Team’s win in the ICC T20 World Cup 2007 was one of the biggest inspirations behind starting the (IPL) in 2008. MS Dhoni, who led India to the T20 World Cup title, was one of the marquee players at the auction for IPL’s inaugural edition.

The wicketkeeper-batsman became the most expensive buy at the 2008 auction after Chennai Super Kings (CSK) acquired his services for Rs 6 crore. In 13 seasons of serving as CSK’s captain, Dhoni has led them to four titles. He also has the best win percentage among captains who have led in at least 100 matches (58.85).

Under Dhoni’s leadership, not only have CSK won four titles, but they also hold the records for most appearances in the playoffs (eleven) and the Final (nine). The team also has the highest win percentage of matches among all teams in the (58.98%). Dhoni’s form with the bat may have waned in the last couple of seasons, but he still remains the seventh-highest run-scorer in IPL history with 4978 runs at an average of 39.19 and a strike rate of over 135.

There is no CSK without Dhoni and there is no Dhoni without CSK,” N Srinivasan, the MD of India Cements which owns CSK, told reporters in 2021. MS Dhoni’s overall IPL salary MS Dhoni has played the most matches in IPL history (234). He has been with the since the inception of the tournament in 2008, but when the franchise was banned for two years in 2015 and 2016, Dhoni played for the now-defunct Rising Pune Supergiant.

While he has never won the coveted Orange Cap, Dhoni has scored over 400 runs in three seasons of the IPL. His best season was 2018 when he scored 455 runs in 16 games at a strike rate of over 150. In 15 seasons of the IPL, Dhoni has earned over Rs 164 crore.

  1. According to Times Now, this amount makes him the highest-earning player in IPL history.
  2. Dhoni will be paid Rs 12 crore for IPL 2023, which will take his total earnings to Rs 176 crore from 16 seasons.
  3. Dhoni drew a salary of Rs 6 crore for each of the first three seasons from 2008 to 2011.
  4. But after India won the ODI World Cup in 2011, Dhoni’s IPL salary increased to Rs 8.20 crore for each of the next three seasons.

The amount further increased to Rs 12.5 crore for each season from 2014 to 2017. From 2018 to 2021, the wicketkeeper-batsman received Rs 15 crore each season, before the salary was reduced to Rs 12 crore for IPL 2022 and 2023. MS Dhoni’s net worth Dhoni, who led India to three ICC trophies, announced his international retirement in 2020.

  • The extremely successful captain and wicketkeeper-batsman is one of the richest cricketers in the world with a massive net worth of approximately Rs 860 crore, according to DNA,
  • His brand value was Rs 475 crore in 2021, according to Celebrity Brand Valuation Report by Duff & Phelps.
  • The former India international owns multiple properties, cars and, collectively worth crores of rupees.

: Here’s how many crores CSK skipper MS Dhoni has earned from the IPL from 2008 to 2022

Who is the most expensive player in IPL history?

1- Sam Curran (2023) – The English all-rounder has created history as he gets the highest bid in the history of the Indian Premier League. Curran was bought by the Punjab Kings for Rs.18.5 crore, and with this, he becomes the youngest and most expensive player in the history of the IPL.

Which team never qualified in IPL?

Delhi Capitals (Before-Delhi Daredevils)is the only team for Not Qualifying to the final of the IPL Eventhough,They finished 4th in 2008 and Made Playoffs,Finished 1st in 2009 and 2012 and Made Playoffs,Finished 3rd in 2019 and Made Playoffs.

Which team has 2nd most fans in IPL?

Dhoni Led Csk Has Highest Fan Following During Ipl 2020, Mumbai Indians Comes Second.