Top 10 Biggest Fights in IPL: Today we will talk about the Indian Premier League, which has been everyone's favorite league over the years, but there is something new happening in every match. There is a lot of bickering in some matches. The atmosphere becomes very hot. So we will talk about those players. Those who sometimes started quarreling with each other. So just started fighting with the empire.
|1||Virat Kohli vs Gautam Gambhir||2013.|
|2||Kieron Pollard vs Mitchell Starc||2014.|
|3||Harbhajan Singh vs Sreesanth||2008.|
|4||Harbhajan Singh vs Ambati Rayudu||2016.|
|5||Munaf Patel vs Amit Mishra||2011.|
|6||Sourav Ganguly vs Shane Warne||2008.|
|7||Kieron Pollard vs Shane Watson||2013.|
|8||Kieron Pollard argues with umpires||2019.|
|9||MS Dhoni argues with umpires||2019.|
|10||Kieron Pollard vs Dwayne Bravo||2012.|
This happened in the year 2013 in the 6th edition of IPL.
Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir engage in a heated exchange of words during the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2013 match between Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. While Gambhir was the captain of Kolkata. Knight Riders, Kohli was leading RCB in the game. The two had an ugly brawl when Kohli was sledged after being dismissed by L Balaji.
Talking about the match, with the help of skipper Gambhir's 59 off 46 balls, Kolkata Knight Riders put up a fighting total of 154 runs on the board in 20 overs. In reply, Gayle hit a quickfire 85 off 50 balls while Kohli played a crucial knock of 35 to help RCB chase down the target with 15 balls to spare and win the game by eight wickets.
It happened in the 7th edition of the IPL in the year 2014
The year was 2014 and the Rohit Sharma-led Mumbai Indians team was up against Virat Kohli's Royal Challengers Bangalore in the 27th match of IPL 2014 at the famous Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Rohit and Pollard had joined forces for Mumbai and the premier batsman was keen to guide the Men in Blue to a challenging total. In the 17th over of Mumbai's innings, Australian fast bowler Starc hit a bouncer to baffle Pollard.
When Pollard failed to hook the delivery, Starc sledged the Mumbai Indians star even though the West Indies international had run him out at that point. Starc began his run-up to bowl the next ball, but the speedster was caught midway by Pollard, leading to a heated exchange of words between the two competitors.
It happened in the first edition of the IPL in the year 2008.
Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh has opened up about his 'blunder' that sparked massive controversy in the 2008 Indian season. Premier League (IPL). Harbhajan and S Sreesanth reportedly had a heated argument during the 2008 edition of the world's richest T20 league.
While Indian pacer Sreesanth represented Punjab Kings (PBKS) at that time, legendary spinner Harbhajan was the face of Sachin Tendulkar's Mumbai Indians (MI) franchise. Sreesanth was allegedly hit by Harbhajan during the routine round of handshake after the end of an IPL match between Mumbai and Punjab in the 2008 scam. World Cup winners Harbhajan and Sreesanth recently retired from all forms of cricket.
It happened in the 9th edition of the IPL in the year 2016
Once again Harbhajan Singh's anger was shown on the field and it was shown in such a way that he lost his temper. The clash between Mumbai Indians and Rising Pune Supergiants was going on in the IPL match on Sunday. Meanwhile, Bhajji's ball was misfielded by Ambati Rayudu of the Mumbai team and hit the boundary, after which Harbhajan Singh got angry and forgot where he was standing, he started shouting and abusing Rayudu on the field. Gone.
Rayudu also got angry, he also came running to answer Bhajji, seeing the deteriorating atmosphere, Bhajji understood his mistake and immediately apologized, but for a while the right atmosphere got a little bad. Even before this many times Bhajji has shown his anger on the field.
It happened in the fourth edition of the IPL in the year 2011
Mumbai Indians and Deccan Chargers were fighting at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Mumbai Indians put Munaf Patel on bowling in the last over and on his very first ball, lower order batsman Amit Mishra hit a six. Munaf Patel got angry after seeing Amit Mishra's shot. After this, Amit Mishra again hit a four on the third ball and this time the ball crossed the boundary by taking the edge of his bat. Munaf Patel's anger reached the seventh sky and he said something to Mishra.
Amit Mishra was enraged after hearing Munaf Patel's sledging and he also retaliated verbally. After this, Amit Mishra also hit boundaries on the fourth and fifth balls of Munaf. Munaf Patel got so angry that he threw the ball towards Amit Mishra. Munaf's throw narrowly saved Amit Mishra. After this, the temperature of both the players became high. Umpires and Sachin Tendulkar had to come between the two players. After the match, when Amit Mishra was asked about this attitude of Munaf Patel, he said that this happens during the match. Amit Mishra said that he keeps getting angry in the match and probably for the first time people have seen him.
It happened in the first edition of the IPL in the year 2008
This happened in the first edition of IPL in the year 2008. This was the 18th match of the season between Rajasthan Royals and Kolkata Knight Riders at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur. Rajasthan Royals had decided to bat first after winning the toss.
Rajasthan Royals scored a total of 196 runs in their 20 overs. In reply, Kolkata Knight Riders were alive in the game till their skipper Sourav Ganguly was at the crease after scoring a half-century.
A well set Ganguly would be dismissed by his opposition captain Shane Warne. The fielder took the catch but Warne denied it and asked the umpire to prove whether it was taken properly or not.
The camera angles did not provide conclusive evidence to show that the catch was taken properly. This led to a clash between the two captains. Eventually, Sourav Ganguly was given out and was sent off by the Rajasthan Royals players.
It happened in the 7th edition of the IPL in the year 2013
Mumbai Indians scored a total of 166 runs in their 20 overs. In reply, Rajasthan Royals were reduced to 22/2 when Shane Watson came to the crease. It further reduced to 28/4 and Rajasthan Royals were in trouble. And then Pollard said something to Watson, which was not very nice. Watson would have made the same complaint to the umpire, but Pollard would have laughed.
Umpires will ask Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma to warn Pollard. Watson would later be dismissed in the 10th over. Pollard, who took his catch, sent him off with an over-the-top celebration.
The story will not end here! Even after Watson reached the dugout, Pollard said something to Watson. It was not good at all. Rajasthan Royals captain Rahul Dravid then directed Shane Watson to go to the dressing room. This is one of the ugliest exchange of words in the history of IPL
It happened in the 12th edition of the IPL in the year 2019
This was the 16th match of the season between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indians at Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru. Royal Challengers Bangalore won the toss and opted to bowl first. Mumbai Indians scored a total of 209 runs on the board. Royal Challengers Bangalore got off to a slow start during the run chase. Kieron Pollard tried to get into Chris Gayle's skin by saying a few words that just weren't getting into his groove.
Meanwhile, Kieron Pollard got a warning from the umpire not to disturb the batsman. Pollard was not very happy with this. And a few overs later, in an act of cheeky reply, he taped his mouth and gave an indirect message to the umpire.
It was not a big deal to do on the cricket field. The umpire did right by warning Pollard not to do it again. But Pollard didn't display the greatest sense of sportsmanship. Definitely, it is one of the ugliest moments on the cricket field.
It happened in the 12th edition of the IPL in the year 2019
This was the 25th match of the season between Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur. Chennai Super Kings won the toss and opted to bowl first. Chennai Super Kings bowled well and restricted Rajasthan Royals to a total of 151. The match score was 18 runs in the last over.
Ms Dhoni who was well set on 58 was dismissed as the equation came down to 8 from 3. And then Ben Stokes will bowl a beamer to Mitchell Santner (the new man on strike). Mitchell Santner eventually took two runs for it. But Beamer stirred controversy. Normally, the leg-umpire is the one to call waist-high no balls. But in this case the chief umpire signaled a no ball while the leg umpire did not. So it created confusion among everyone.
MS Dhoni would storm out of the dugout in anger and question the umpire's decision. It was not ideal for a captain to do so. The fact that the captain of a side was involved in such an act did not go down well with a certain section of cricket fanatics.
It happened in the fifth edition of the IPL in the year 2012
It was an eliminator match between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians at Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru. Chennai Super Kings were invited to bat first by Mumbai Indians. Chennai Super Kings posted a mammoth total of 187 on the board.
Mumbai Indians collapsed in their run chase, succumbing to the pressure of a big run chase and a knockout game. They were down on 129/7 with 59 runs needed from 13 balls. Dwayne Bravo was bowling the 18th over and Kieron Pollard was on strike. Bravo will bowl the bouncer.
Pollard tried to clear the fence, but the ball went to the long-on region where Suresh Raina took the catch comfortably. Bravo was a happy man and decided to have some fun with the batsman's dismissal. He signaled to Pollard that his mission was over and that it was better to take a flight home.
While Pollard didn't react to the celebration, the farewell didn't go well between cricket fans and Mumbai Indians.