There have been 38 occasions in the history of IPL when teams have failed to score 100 runs in an innings.
The Indian Premier League has provided cricket fans with a thrilling experience for the past 13 years. From the start of the event, some batsmen have shown off incredible and remarkable power-hitting abilities. The league, on the other hand, has had some dreadful hitting collapses over the years.
Delhi Capitals – 10 innings
The Delhi Capitals are at the top of the list, having had as many as ten innings with a total of fewer than 100 runs. Despite coming close to winning the competition, the Delhi Capitals have failed to win a single IPL trophy. The lowest score for Delhi Capitals came in the 45th match of the IPL 2017. After being assigned to bat first, MI hammered a total of 212/3 in 20 overs. Delhi Capitals were held to a score of 66 runs in 13.4 overs in reply.
Royal Challengers Bangalore – 6 inning
In the history of the IPL, Royal Challengers Bangalore has been dismissed for a total of fewer than 100 runs six times. The lowest score for RCB was 49/10 against Kolkata Knight Riders, which is still the lowest score for any team in the IPL. After being assigned to bat first in the 27th match of the IPL 2017, KKR were restricted to 131 runs. RCB, on the other hand, put forth a memorable performance despite being limited to 49.
Mumbai Indians – 5 innings
Mumbai Indians, the most successful franchise in IPL history, have had their fair share of ups and downs, ranking third on this list with five scores of less than 100 runs. The lowest score for MI is 87/10. Sunrisers Hyderabad was held to a total of 118 in the first innings in the IPL’s 23rd match. In response, the Mumbai Indians were bowled out for 87 runs.
Rajasthan Royals – 5 innings
Rajasthan Royals, the first IPL champions, are ranked fourth on this list, with five IPL scores below 100. The Royals’ lowest score of 58 came against Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL’s second match in 2009. After electing to bat first, RCB amassed a total of 133/8 in 20 overs. In response, RR were limited to 58 runs in 15.1 overs.
Deccan Chargers – 3 innings
In 2012, the Deccan Chargers were permanently banned from the IPL due to contract violations. Prior to this, though, DC won the IPL title in 2009 under Adam Gilchrist’s leadership. Apart from that, DC were disqualified three times for a total below 100, placing them fifth on the list. In the IPL 2010, the Hyderabad-based franchise’s lowest score was 82/10 against RCB in the third-place playoff.