DC All IPL Final Match List

DC All IPL Final Match List: The Indian Premier League (IPL) is undoubtedly the most popular T20 cricket league in the world. It is organized by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and features the top cricketers from India and around the world.

The inaugural edition of the IPL was held in 2008, which was won by the Rajasthan Royals led by the legendary Shane Warne. Since then, the cash-rich league has expanded and enjoys immense popularity globally.

Over the years, apart from Rajasthan Royals, there have been 4 other champions in Chennai Super Kings, Kolkata Knight Riders, Mumbai Indians, and Sunrisers Hyderabad.

DC All IPL Final Match List

Here is the complete list of IPL winners from 2008 to the latest completed season in 2022:

2008 Season: Rajasthan Royals 

The first-ever season of the IPL in 2008 saw the teams divided into two groups of four teams each in a round-robin format. The top two teams from each group qualified for the semi-finals, which had Rajasthan Royals, Chennai Super Kings, Kings XI Punjab, and Delhi Daredevils.

Rajasthan Royals defeated Delhi in the first semi-final while Chennai got the better of Punjab in the second semi-final.

The final match was played between Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings on June 1, 2008, at the DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai.

Batting first, Rajasthan posted a total of 164/7 in 20 overs. In reply, Chennai was restricted to 163/5 to lose the thriller by 3 runs. Rajasthan Royals became the first IPL winners, thanks to some brilliant performances from Shane Watson, Sohail Tanvir, and Yusuf Pathan.  

Captain: Shane Warne 

Player of the Series: Shane Watson

2009 Season: Deccan Chargers  

The 2009 season of IPL was played in South Africa due to the general elections in India. The second IPL title was won by the Deccan Chargers franchise led by Adam Gilchrist.

The final match was played between Deccan Chargers and Royal Challengers Bangalore. Batting first, Deccan posted 143/6 in 20 overs which Bangalore failed to chase down, getting bowled out for 137 in 19.3 overs.

Deccan Chargers won their maiden IPL trophy by 6 runs with former India pacer RP Singh playing a starring role with his excellent bowling.

Captain: Adam Gilchrist 

Player of the Series: Adam Gilchrist

2010 Season: Chennai Super Kings

The 2010 season saw the tournament return home to India. Chennai Super Kings won their maiden IPL trophy by defeating Mumbai Indians in the final.

Sent in to bat first, Chennai posted 168/5 in 20 overs. Mumbai Indians could only manage 146/9 in their 20 overs to lose the match by 22 runs. Chennai became the most successful IPL team by winning their first of four titles under the captaincy of the inspirational MS Dhoni.

Captain: MS Dhoni

Player of the Series: Sachin Tendulkar

2011 Season: Chennai Super Kings  

Chennai Super Kings successfully defended their title in 2011 by once again getting the better of Royal Challengers Bangalore in the final.

Batting first, Chennai posted a mammoth total of 205/5 in 20 overs powered by a whirlwind innings of 58 off just 25 balls from Murali Vijay.

In reply, RCB fought valiantly but finished 6 runs short with 203/5 in 20 overs. Chennai thus won their second IPL trophy in succession under Dhoni’s leadership.

Captain: MS Dhoni

Player of the Series: Chris Gayle

2012 Season: Kolkata Knight Riders  

The 2012 season of IPL saw Kolkata Knight Riders led by Gautam Gambhir ending the two-year domination of Chennai Super Kings by clinching their maiden title.

They faced Chennai Super Kings in the final match at home in Kolkata’s iconic Eden Gardens stadium.

Batting first, Kolkata could only manage 190/3 in 20 overs courtesy Gautam Gambhir’s 54-ball 75. However, an inspired bowling performance saw them bowl out Chennai for just 155 in 19.4 overs to win their first IPL trophy by 5 wickets.

Captain: Gautam Gambhir  

Player of the Series: Sunil Narine

2013 Season: Mumbai Indians

The 2013 season saw the IPL trophy head to Mumbai for the first time as Mumbai Indians captained by Rohit Sharma won their first title.

They faced Chennai Super Kings in the final match played at Eden Gardens in Kolkata. Sent into bat first by MS Dhoni, Mumbai posted 148/9 in their 20 overs.

In reply, Chennai kept losing wickets at regular intervals before getting bowled out for 125 in 18.4 overs. Mumbai Indians won their maiden IPL trophy in a low-scoring thriller by 23 runs.

Captain: Rohit Sharma

Player of the Series: Shane Watson

2014 Season: Kolkata Knight Riders 

Kolkata Knight Riders successfully defended their IPL title in 2014 by clinching their second trophy in three years under the astute leadership of Gautam Gambhir.

Chasing 200 to win for the first time in IPL history against Kings XI Punjab in the grand finale, Kolkata pulled off an incredible chase with Manish Pandey scoring a superb 94 off 50 balls.

In the end, KKR got past the line in the final over by chasing down the mammoth target of 200, thanks to Pandey’s brilliance and Wriddhiman Saha’s steady support.

Captain: Gautam Gambhir

Player of the Series: Glenn Maxwell

2015 Season: Mumbai Indians  

Mumbai Indians won their second IPL trophy in 2015 by comfortably beating Chennai Super Kings in the final by 41 runs.

Batting first, Mumbai posted a daunting total of 202/5 courtesy skipper Rohit Sharma’s sparkling 50-ball 50 and 26-ball 68 by Lendl Simmons.

In reply, CSK never got going in their run chase before getting bowled out for 161 thanks to brilliant bowling from MI’s pace trio of Lasith Malinga, Mitchell McClenaghan, and Harbhajan Singh. Mumbai got their hands on the IPL trophy for the second time in three seasons.

Captain: Rohit Sharma  

Player of the Series: Andre Russell

2016 Season: Sunrisers Hyderabad  

The 2016 IPL witnessed the debut champions Sunrisers Hyderabad winning their maiden IPL trophy by defeating Royal Challengers Bangalore in a closely-fought final.

Chasing 209 runs to win, Hyderabad was powered home in the final over by skipper David Warner who struck an excellent 69 off 38 balls in a man-of-the-match performance.

Needing 19 runs from the last over, SRH got past the line in the last ball to clinch their first-ever IPL title since joining the tournament in 2013 by replacing the Deccan Chargers franchise.

Captain: David Warner

Player of the Series: Virat Kohli    

2017 Season: Mumbai Indians 

Mumbai clinched their third IPL title with a thrilling 1-run victory over Rising Pune Supergiant in a dramatic final that went down to the last ball of the match.

Batting first, Mumbai posted 129/8 in their 20 overs powered by Krunal Pandya’s 47 off 38 balls. In response, Pune needed 11 runs from the last over to win. But MI held their nerve by defending that total as Pune finished with 128/6.

Jasprit Bumrah bowled an incredible final over conceding only 2 runs while taking 2 wickets to seal a famous victory as Mumbai won their third IPL crown in 10 seasons since 2008.  

Captain: Rohit Sharma

Player of the Series: Ben Stokes

2018 Season: Chennai Super Kings 

After being banned for 2 years, Chennai made a spectacular return by clinching their third IPL trophy in 2018 led by the talismanic MS Dhoni. 

In a repeat of the 2015 final, CSK locked horns once again with Mumbai Indians and came up trumps by 8 wickets. 

Chasing 169 to win, vintage knocks from Shane Watson (117* off 57) and Ambati Rayudu (82 off 53) powered Chennai past the finish line with 9 balls to spare in one of the most dominating chases in IPL finals history. Dhoni and CSK regained IPL glory in the season of their return!

Captain: MS Dhoni 

Player of the Series: Sunil Narine

2019 Season: Mumbai Indians  

Mumbai Indians completed a hat-trick of IPL trophies after clinching their fourth title in 2019 with a narrow 1-run victory against arch-rivals Chennai Super Kings. 

With CSK needing 9 runs off the last over to win while chasing 150, Lasith Malinga held his nerve by conceding only 7 runs to seal back-to-back IPL crowns for Mumbai.  Jasprit Bumrah was named player of the match for his excellent bowling figures of 2/14 in 4 overs.

Under Rohit Sharma’s leadership, Mumbai proved their credentials as one of the greatest T20 franchises in history.  

Captain: Rohit Sharma

Player of the Series: Andre Russell

2020 Season: Mumbai Indians

Mumbai Indians created history in 2020 by becoming the first franchise to win five IPL titles. They thrashed Delhi Capitals in the final by 57 runs to achieve this feat.

Batting first, Mumbai posted an imposing 200/5 courtesy splendid half-centuries from Suryakumar Yadav (51 off 38) and Ishan Kishan (33-ball 68). 

In response, Delhi Capitals never recovered from losing their first three wickets for no runs before crawling to 143/8 in 20 overs with Trent Boult and Jasprit Bumrah doing the damage with 2 wickets each.

Rohit Sharma thus joined the legendary MS Dhoni in the elite list of captains with 5 IPL trophies!  

Captain: Rohit Sharma  

Player of the Series: Kieron Pollard

2021 Season: Chennai Super Kings  

After failing to qualify for the playoffs in 2020 for the first time in their history, Chennai Super Kings scripted a remarkable turnaround under MS Dhoni’s leadership to win their fourth IPL trophy in 2021.

In a repeat of the 2012 final, Chennai locked horns with Kolkata Knight Riders and emerged victorious by 27 runs to clinch their first title since 2018.

Fifties from Ruturaj Gaikwad (32-ball 64) and Robin Uthappa (63-ball 31) powered Chennai to 192/3 batting first. KKR finished with 165/9 in reply with Shardul Thakur bagging 3 wickets.

Dhoni rolled back the years by marshalling his bowling resources brilliantly to pilot CSK to their 9th IPL final victory.   

Captain: MS Dhoni  

Player of the Series: Harshal Patel  

2022 Season: Gujarat Titans

The debutant franchise Gujarat Titans won the IPL 2022 trophy in their very first season under Hardik Pandya’s inspirational leadership. 

They defeated inaugural champions Rajasthan Royals in the final by 7 wickets to clinch the coveted trophy. Batting first, Rajasthan managed 130/9 in 20 overs.

In response, Gujarat chased down the target easily with 11 balls to spare courtesy splendid innings from skipper Hardik Pandya (34 off 30) and Shubman Gill (45* off 43) to seal a famous win.

Hardik Pandya thus joined the list of IPL winning captains in his first-ever season as the leader of the Gujarat Titans franchise.   

Captain: Hardik Pandya

Player of the Series: Jos Buttler

Delhi Capitals’ IPL Journey and Final Appearances 

The franchise currently known as Delhi Capitals is one of the eight original teams that have played in every IPL season since 2008. Back then, they were known as the Delhi Daredevils.

Over the years, Delhi has made the playoffs six times with semi-final appearances in 2008, 2009, 2012, and 2018. 

Their most successful IPL campaign came in 2020 under captain Shreyas Iyer when they qualified for their maiden IPL final. Prior to that, Delhi’s best performance was reaching the semi-finals on four separate occasions.

After finishing third in 2019, Delhi had a fabulous 2020 season winning 7 of their first 9 matches led by the batting exploits of Shikhar Dhawan. 

Delhi ultimately finished second in the league phase with 16 points before beating Sunrisers Hyderabad in Qualifier 2 to book their berth in the 2020 final against the mighty Mumbai Indians.

DC’s Campaign in IPL 2020 and Loss in Final vs MI  

Delhi Capitals played their one and only IPL final so far in 2020 against defending champions Mumbai Indians. It was a clash between two of the most consistent teams of that season.  

Batting first in the final after winning the toss in Dubai, Mumbai Indians posted a formidable total of 200/5 in their 20 overs. 

Skipper Rohit Sharma led from the front with a 51-ball 68 before Kieron Pollard provided the late impetus with an unbeaten 13-ball 37 to take MI past the 200-run mark. Trent Boult was the pick of the DC bowlers with figures of 2/28 in 4 overs.

Chasing 201 for their maiden IPL crown, Delhi Capitals got off to a disastrous start by losing openers Prithvi Shaw, Shikhar Dhawan, and Ajinkya Rahane with no runs on the board in the first three overs.

Chasing 201 for their maiden IPL crown, Delhi Capitals got off to a disastrous start by losing openers Prithvi Shaw, Shikhar Dhawan, and Ajinkya Rahane with no runs on the board in the first three overs.

Delhi never recovered from those early blows before crawling to 143/8 in 20 overs to lose the final comfortably by 57 runs. Their poor batting display after such a consistent season with the bat cost Shreyas Iyer’s men in the all-important final clash.

As we head into the 2024 edition of the IPL, Delhi Capitals will be extremely eager to lay their hands on the elusive trophy after falling agonizingly short in 2020.

Under new captain Rishabh Pant after Shreyas Iyer’s departure to Kolkata Knight Riders, Delhi will be targeting nothing less than the IPL 2024 title after qualifying for the playoffs last season too.


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