IPL flashback: Did you know these teams have the lowest totals ever?

Updated: 17 September, 2020 09:33 IST
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    Royal Challengers Bangalore: 49: Kohli-led RCBangalore recorded the lowest ever IPL score during the IPL 2017. KKR's bowlers Nathan Coulter-Nile, Chris Woakes and Colin de Grandhomme bagged 3 wickets each to help the team defend a mere total of 131

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    Rajasthan Royals: 58 : After Royal Challengers Bangalore had posted 133, Anil Kumble recorded sensational figures of 5 for 5 as the Royals were bowled out for 58 at Cape Town, on April 18, 2009

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    Delhi Daredevils: 66 all out: Against Mumbai Indians on May 6, 2017, Daredevils were put in to bowl and a humungous target to chase of 213, all thanks to Lendl Simmons and Kieron Pollard's fifties. But they sunk right from the start with Karun Nair's 21 being the top score for Delhi. Bhajji and Karn Sharma bagged 3 each.

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    Delhi Daredevils: 67 all out: Almost a week earlier, on April 30, 2017, Delhi Daredevils faced a similar wrath, this time thanks to Kings XI Punjab. Put in to bat, Corey Anderson's 18 was the top scor by DD with KXIP's Sandeep Sharma scalping 4. Kings XI went on to win the match by 10 wickets, not breaking a sweat.

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    Kolkata Knight Riders: 67: Batting first, KKR collapsed to their lowest IPL total against Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede Stadium, on May 16, 2008. Shaun Pollock grabbed 3 for 12 as Mumbai romped home to an eight-wicket win

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    Kochi Tuskers Kerela: 74: Chasing 130 to win against Deccan Chargers at Kochi on April 27, 2011, the now defunct franchise collapsed to 74 inside 17 overs. Ishant Sharma was brilliant for Deccan, grabbing 5 for 12. Pic/ AFP

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    Chennai Super Kings: 79  Chasing 140, CSK folded up for 79 against Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede Stadium on Sunday, May 5. Mitchell Johnson was the wrecker-in-chief picking up the first three Chennai wickets

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    Royal Challengers Bangalore: 82: In the very first IPL match, RCB were bundled out cheaply after Kolkata Knight Riders had posted a massive 222 courtesy Brendon McCullum's unforgettable 158 not out, at the Chinnaswamy Stadium, on April 18, 2008 . For KKR, Ajit Agarkar picked up 3 for 25

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    Deccan Chargers: 82: Another expelled IPL franchise, Deccan were undone by Royal Challengers Bangalore's bowlers at the D.Y. Patil Stadium in Mumbai on April 24, 2010. Kumble was the star for RCB again, with 4 for 16

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    Mumbai Indians: 87: Mumbai collapsed to their lowest total till date, against Kings XI Punjab at Mohali, on May 10, 2011. Mumbai were chasing a challenging 164, but fell well short. Little-known Bhargav Bhatt claimed 4 for 22 for Punjab

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    Delhi Daredevils: 80: Just a day before CSK embarrassed themselves, Delhi registered their lowest IPL total, against newcomers Sunrisers Hyderabad, at Hyderabad. Batting first, Delhli's batsmen were cleaned up for 80 courtesy an excellent all-round bowling effort from Sunrisers. Pic/ AFP

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    Kings XI Punjab: 92/8: Punjab hold the rare distinction of never being bowled out for under 100 in the IPL. Against Chennai at Durban on May 20, 2009, they were restricted to 92 for 8, chasing 117. Four Chennai bowlers picked up two wickets each to keep Punjab in check

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    Pune Warriors: 99/ 9:Pune too, have not been dismissed for under 100, but they came extremely close earlier this season. Against Kings XI Punjab at Pune on April 7, 2013, Warriors batted first, but managed only 99 for 9 having batted out their full quota of overs. Praveen Kumar and Azhar Mahmood grabbed two wickets each

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    A collage of photos that show Indian Premier League cricketers disappointed after scoring low totals

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As the IPL 2020 season is just a couple of days away, we look back at the lowest Indian Premier League team totals in history of the cash-rich twenty20 league.

First Published: 03 April, 2018 08:40 IST