The world’s most colorful league might have come to an end with a rather one sided finale at the Eden Gardens but this year’s IPL has produced its own share of scintillating cricket and entertained the cricketing world to no end. From the big sixes of Chris Gayle to the guile of the turbanator Harbhajan Singh, the fever indeed gripped this country and the hangover is just as fresh as ever. EssentiallySports presents you with their best IPL XI of the season keeping in mind with the four foreigner rule of IPL
1. David Warner
‘Cometh the hour, cometh the Champion’ is the right way to describe this Aussie pocket dynamite. He nearly and singlehandedly put the otherwise out of sorts Sunrisers Hyderabad in the playoffs with some conventional ‘belting’ of the cricket ball.
With 562 runs at 43.23, and striking at 156.56, he ran away with orange cap long before the play-offs began and hence made a name for himself in this edition of the IPL.