The IPL 2020 Chapter Closes




IPL 2020 Trophy and Logos of All 8 Teams
IPL 2020 Trophy and Logos of All 8 Teams

The IPL 2020 chapter has finally closed. Memories were abundant in this year’s Indian Premier League and Women’s T20 Challenge.

From the diving efforts of Trinidad’s Nicholas Pooran and Thai’s Natthakan Chantam  to Tewatia’s incredulous display and Mandhana’s stylish gameplay, we have had it all. To spice it up, there was also an incredible weekend of Super Overs and close finishes.

This IPL was full of ebbs and flows, highs and lows. It even taught us numerous life lessons.

But, how did it all end? An anti-climax, I would say.

Recap

Last time we checked in, the points table had turned upside down. Over the last weekend, every team except for CSK were still in the running.

Ultimately, net run rate came into play with SRH and RCB edging out KKR and KXIP to make it in the Top 4. The Playoffs ended up being one sided and once again, Mumbai Indians lifted the trophy, who were a class apart.

The Women’s T20 Challenge showcased women’s talent but once again, still no women’s IPL?

Also Read: Week 1-2 IPL Diary, Week 3 Recap, Moments that Turned the Table, CSK’s Struggles

How Did We Get Here?

If you missed any day in the last couple of weeks, do not worry. We will fill you in.

Using our Twitter Diary, we recorded the most unfortunate or interesting events of the day through #BCDoftheDay or #BrokenCricketDreamoftheDay.

Some additional features were #ClassActoftheDay, #UniverseBossoftheDay, #SamCurranoftheDay, #FieldingEffortoftheDay, and #RedemptionoftheDay.

Anyway, sit back and enjoy relieving the final stages of IPL 2020.

Videos are linked in the tweets and the headlines, so feel free to watch the highlights of the moments if you missed out!

What were your favorite moments of the past two weeks or the IPL in general? COMMENT below with your favorite moments of this IPL!

Highlights – The Final Stage

Day 38 — KKR and Team Management: A Mystery
Day 39 — Rashid Khan ❤ — That’s All
Day 40 — Suryakumar Yadav Responds In Style
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Suryakumar Yadav Responds In Style
Day 41 — Gaikwad Keeps the Spark Going
Day 42 — The Universe Boss Is Still The Best
Day 43 Game 1 — Delhi Daredevils, Delhi Capitals, Delhi Bye-Bye?
Day 43 Game 2 — Cool Holder Resurrects SRH
Day 44 Game 1 — KXIP’s Dreams Go Down the Drain

Moment of the day – Dhoni’s “Definitely Not.” Thala is going to be back next year.

Day 44 Game 2 — KKR Finally Comes To the Party…In the Last Game
Day 45 — The Most Boring Match of the IPL?

The Playoffs

Playoffs Game 1 — Indian Top Order Zero
Playoffs 2 — Another Year, Another Broken Dream for RCB
Women’s T20 Challenge — Close Game But Still NO Women’s IPL??
Women’s T20 Challenge Game 2 — We Need To Talk About the Women’s Game
  • If you have not heard Lisa Sthalekar talk about this, watch it NOW: Proper pitches and scheduling is needed for the women’s game to prosper
Women’s T20 Challenge Game 3 — So Close Yet So Far For the Trailblazers
Qualifier 2 — Kane Williamson Can Do Anything…Almost
Finals — Rohit and Mandhana Stand Up On the Big Stage

Conclusion

I hereby declare IPL 2020 close….Well, that is a wrap of our IPL 2020!

See you on the other side. The PSL and Women’s Big Bash League are currently going on, but the T20s are on the way down for the rest of the year.

Test Match season coming soon – India vs. Australia, New Zealand vs. Pakistan, and England vs. South Africa – November 27th.

We will be right back. Will you?

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Also Read: IPL All Time XI’s: RR & KKR, KXIP & DC, RCB, SRH, CSK, MI

Source: Cricinfo (Moments), IPLT20.com

Image Courtesy: Suryakumar Yadav GIF, IPL Trophy – Daljit8 via CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain




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I dreamt of being a No. 3 batsman saving test matches and hitting winning runs. Well, that did not exactly go to plan, but I have since become an avid follower of the game. As long as there is a live cricket, you can guarantee that I will be checking the scorecards, watching the game live on TV, and certainly, discussing the game and statistics with family and friends.

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