Indian Premier League (IPL) have several moment and records to cheer about but some records don’t go down well. So get ready for the 5 most embarrassing records that teams hoped they didn’t have to their name.
1. Lowest Team Score
Royal Challengers Bangalore hold the record of lowest team score, isn’t it shocking. The team with strongest batting lineup with the like of Chris Gayle, Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers scored just 49 runs while chasing 132 against Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL 2019. No RCB players scored in double-digit, Kedar Jadhav scored 9 runs highest for the team.
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2. Lowest Score in Powerplay
Rajasthan Royals holds the record of the lowest score in the powerplay, scoring just 14 runs in 6 overs and were 2 wickets down. Rajasthan Royals were playing against Royal Challengers Bangalore in the second season of IPL (IPL 2009). Rajasthan Royals were the winner of the IPL 2019.
3. Most Extras in an Inning
Deccan Charges conceded 28 extra runs against Kolkata Knight Riders in 4th match of the first season of IPL (IPL 2008). 28 runs comprise 4 byes, 8 leg byes, 15 wides and 1 no-ball. Deccan Chargers were the first champions of the IPL.
4. Most Consecutive Defeats (Season)
Delhi Daredevils and Pune Warriors hold the records of most consecutive defeat in a season. Pune Warriors lost 9 so seductive matches in IPL 2012 while Delhi Daredevils lost 9 consecutive matches in IPL 2014.
5. Most Consecutive Defeats (Overall)
Delhi Daredevils and Pune Warriors also hold the records of overall most consecutive defeat. Both have lost 12 consecutive matches. Pune Warriors lost 9 matches in IPL 2012 and 3 matches in IPL 2013. Delhi Daredevils lost 9 matches in IPL 2014 and 3 matches in IPL 2015.