The Indian Premier League (IPL) was founded in 2008 by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) as a Twenty20 cricket league. The Indian Premier League is extremely well-known throughout India. This tournament also features the participation of a large number of talented players from other countries. This Twenty20 league has the most viewers of any other league in the world. This tournament features participants from multiple cities across India. IPL upcoming matches schedule will be released soon.
There have been seven seasons of the Indian Premier League so far, and there have been a lot of spectacular sixes, amazing catches, and devastating bowling performances.
The chaos of colour, excitement and noise has, however, been accompanied by more than its fair share of strange things.
Here is a list of the ten strangest things that happened during the Indian Premier League. They are in a somewhat arbitrary order going from strangest to least strange.
- Dogs were found on the field
Even though it’s likely that the dog would do better in the game than Monty Panesar, no one seems interested in making him a rival.
- Bat breaking moment of Ajinkya Rahane
Bat, go, go, gadget! Even though we’ve all seen bats break on the field before, this is without a doubt a very special case.
The amazing way that the blade of Ajinkya Rahane launches into the air while the player still has the handle in their hand and is connected to it by a string is a sight to behold.
- Wicket taken by Adam Gilchrist in the IPL
Adam Gilchrist scored more than 15,000 runs for his country. If that wasn’t impressive enough, he ended his career by taking a wicket with the first and only ball he ever bowled in the Indian Premier League and his entire career.
The wicketkeeper/batsman hit a ball that pitched and sort of pitched with skill. Batsman tried to slam it into the corner, and then Gilchrist gave us all the worst version of Gangnam Style that could ever be done.
- Andre Russell’s Mysterious Ball
During the most recent season of the Indian Premier League, Andre Russell and Shane Watson did some strange things on the field. This run of events got people talking about the strategies and methods bowlers use.
The West Indian seems to have lost his rhythm and be backing out of the delivery while he is on his run-up, but at the last second, he sends the ball down, sending it flying past Shane Watson for an important no-run out.
- A chance of run-out becomes missed
During a match between Chennai and Deccan, this farce is happening, and MS Dhoni’s face says it all as he watches it happen.
Dwayne Smith avoids being kicked out of the game more than once because his teammates make silly mistakes that the Keystone Kops would find funny.
- Pollard had tried to catch the ball five times in a row and failed each time.
When it comes to Twenty20 cricket, Kieron Pollard is like King Midas. He can win games with his bat, with the ball, and even in the field, where his height helps him catch some sixes that are in the air.
On the other hand, the video shows that the West Indian can have a bad day because he can get rid of Michael Hussey three times in a row with three different balls.
- Pietersen’s wicket was taken by Ganguly
Even though Sourav Ganguly had taken 132 wickets in international play, when he came on to bowl in a 2012 Indian Premier League match between Pune and Delhi, he did so at a very slow to medium pace. Ganguly was 39 years old at the time.
Kevin Pietersen must have been shocked when he heard the sound of the ball hitting the stumps and had to run back to the dugout after missing a straight one.
This Indian legend is also a big part of the party that is going on.
- Amit Mishra’s run out.
This funny cricket clip shows that the Rajasthan Royals are willing to keep trying even though they haven’t had much luck so far.
James Faulkner and Sanju Samson keep trying to run Amit Mishra out of the game, but he doesn’t seem to care. Instead, he stays in the middle of the wicket while they do it.
The clips reminded me of that terrible cricket video game that came out just in time for the Ashes the year before.
- The fight between Starc and Pollard.
Kieron Pollard, who is on this list for the second time, got into a fight with Mitchell Starc. At first, it was funny, but in the end, it was embarrassing for both of them.
Pollard had already moved away from the crease before Starc was about to bowl, but when Starc threw an aggressive ball that just missed Pollard, the West Indian half-threw his bat at Starc. This happened even though the delivery had just missed him by a little bit.
- Million Dollar and Maxwell
Even though Glenn Maxwell’s reserve price was only $200,000, the Mumbai Indians shocked the cricket world by signing him for a cool million dollars in IPL 6.
Strangely, the Australian would only play three more games for the rest of the season. In those three games, he would score 36 runs and take no wickets while making an average of over $28,000.
During the seventh season of the Indian Premier League, “The Big Show” was bought by Kings XI Punjab for a million dollars.
This time, the buyers decided to play him, and he responded by scoring 517 runs at a strike rate of 198.08. He almost put Punjab at the top of the table by himself. Even now, no one knows why Mumbai would spend a million dollars on a guy and then put him on the bench.
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