The batting all-rounder, Marcus Stoinis is the team’s best all-rounder with a rating of 8.83. He is followed by Axar Patel with a rating of 8.5, and Ravi Ashwin with a rating of 8.25.
Who is the best bowler in Delhi team?
The best bowling average is Doug Bracewell’s 10.66, though among bowlers who have bowled more than 20 overs, Farveez Maharoof has the best average with 19.25. Mishra has the best bowling figures in an innings: he got a five wicket haul against the Deccan Chargers in a 2008 match, while conceding only 17 runs.
Who is the best team in IPL?
Teams with most wins in IPL
- Mumbai Indians. 122. …
- Chennai Super Kings. 111. …
- Kolkata Knight Riders. 100. …
- Royal Challengers Bangalore. WIN %: 46.08 | MATCHES: 204 | LOSS: 102 | TIED: 3 | NR: 5. …
- Delhi Capitals. WIN %: 43.84 | MATCHES: 203 | LOSS: 107 | TIED: 4 | NR: 3. …
- Punjab Kings. …
- Rajasthan Royals. …
- Sunrisers Hyderabad.
Has Delhi won any IPL?
The inaugural IPL season was won by Rajasthan Royals. As of November 2020, there have been thirteen seasons of the IPL tournament.
|Final||Winning margin||Won by 5 wickets (Scorecard)|
|Runner-up||Delhi Capitals 156/7 (20 overs)|
|Final venue||Dubai International Cricket Stadium|
|Number of teams||8|
Whose team is Chennai Super King?
The Chennai Super Kings (CSK) is a franchise cricket team based in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
Chennai Super Kings.
|Owner||The India Cements Ltd|
|City||Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India|
Who is the No 1 all rounder in IPL?
Kieron Pollard has had the maximum impact as an all-rounder in the history of the Indian Premier League. He is one of the key players behind the success of five-time IPL Champions Mumbai Indians. So far, Pollard has scored 3667 runs at a strike rate of 151 and including his 72 scalps.
Who is the No 1 all rounder in the world?
List of top 10 best all rounder in the world of cricket
|2.||Sir Garry Sobers||94|
Who is the No 1 allrounder in cricket?
Men’s ODI All-Rounder Rankings
|Pos||Player||Career Best Rating|
|1||Shakib Al Hasan||453 v Zimbabwe, 05/11/2009|
|2||Mohammad Nabi||349 v Zimbabwe, 26/02/2017|
|3||Chris Woakes||312 v New Zealand, 10/03/2018|
|4||Rashid Khan||359 v Pakistan, 21/09/2018|