Ipl2018: The Conclusion
MS Dhoni lifts the trophy with all his men in yellow celebrating joyously!
Sunrisers Hyderabad pick up their runners up medals. Team coach Tom Moody leads his team to the dias.
Sunil Narine is declared as the Most Valuable Player of the season, for his stunning performances with both bat and ball.
Kane Williamson is the winner of the ‘Orange Cap’ ending the season with 735 runs from 17 matches.
Andrew Tye is the winner of the ‘Purple Cap’ ending the season with 24 wickets coming from just 14 matches.
Sunil Narine wins the super striker of the season award for his strike rate of 189.89.
Trent Boult wins the perfect catch of the season award for his stunning catch to dismiss Virat Kohli.
Rishabh Pant picks up the Emerging Player of the year award for his 684 runs coming at a strike rate of 173.60.
Shane Watson is the Man of the Match for his match winning 117* off just 57 balls.
Here are some IPL statistics of MS Dhoni sub heading
Role Wicketkeeper batsman
Batting Style Right-handed
Bowling Style Right-arm medium
DOB 07 July 1981
IPL Debut 2008
He was the face of Chennai Super Kings for the first eight editions of the league, leading them to two titles (2010 & 2011) and four runner-up finishes. He then became the first player to be drafted by Rising Pune Supergiant in the ninth edition of the league. And, he once again became the first player to be retained by CSK ahead of the IPL Player Auction 2018.
A batting powerhouse, MS Dhoni possesses the ability to destroy different bowling attacks on his own. The calmness and composure in his demeanor along with a sharp cricketing brain accounts for a lethal combination on the cricketing field and the glistening silverware in the trophy cabinets at CSK are a testimony to his extraordinary leadership skills.