IPL Fact:-Only five Captain have been scored Half Century in IPL Final, Know about them.


In the IPL, Every Player have the responsibility of winning their team. But for those Player, this responsibility increases a lot when they are the captain of the team. Rohit Sharma is a great example of this. Rohit Sharma is performing brilliantly in world cricket and his batting in the IPL too has been excellent.

Mumbai Indians have won the IPL title four times under Rohit’s captaincy. There is a lot of pressure on the captain in the final match of IPL. Till date, only 5 captains have managed to score a half-century in the final of the IPL. Today we are going to tell you about the five captains of the IPL who have scored half-centuries in the final IPL match.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni hit a half-century in the 2013 IPL final. In the 2013 IPL final match, Dhoni played a brilliant stormy innings of 63 runs.

Virat Kohli

RCB captain Virat Kohli batted brilliantly in the final of the 2016 IPL. But he did not manage to win his team. In this match, Virat Kohli scored 54 runs.

David warner

In the 2016 IPL, David Warner captained for Sunrisers Hyderabad. David Warner scored 69 runs in that match and for the first time Sunrisers Hyderabad won the IPL by defeating RCB.

Steve smith

In 2017, Steve Smith captained the Pune Superjites for the first time. Steve Smith scored 51 runs in the final of the 2017 IPL. Although his team lost the final of IPL.

Rohit Sharma

Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma hit a brilliant half-century in the final match of 2015 and won his team.

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