IPL 2019 Standings

pos POs
teams teams
mp mp
W-L-D w-l-d
N/R N/R
Nrr Nrr
pts pts
1
Mumbai Indians MI
14
9-5-0
0
+0.421
18
2
Chennai Super Kings CSK
14
9-5-0
0
+0.131
18
3
Delhi Capitals DC
14
9-5-0
0
+0.044
18
4
Sunrisers Hyderabad SRH
14
6-8-0
0
+0.577
12
5
Kolkata Knight Riders KKR
14
6-8-0
0
+0.028
12
6
Kings XI Punjab KXIP
14
6-8-0
0
-0.251
12
7
Rajasthan Royals RR
14
5-8-0
1
-0.449
11
8
Royal Challengers Bangalore RCB
14
5-8-0
1
-0.607
11
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IPL 2019 Top Batsmen

#1
Andre Russell
matches 14
runs 510
Strike Rate 204.81

IPL 2019 Top Bowlers

#1
Andre Russell
matches 14
wickets 11
econ 9.51
Eoin Morgan E.Morgan
Batsman
Matches
52
Runs
854
Wickets
-
Role
Batsman
IPL Debut
2010
Batting Style
Left Handed
Bowling Style
Right-arm medium
Born
September 10, 1986
Nationality
England

Unorthodox Irish batsman Eoin Morgan’s achievements will forever seem tainted by his switch to lucrative England to represent the Three Lions in international cricket.


After successful youth stints for Middlesex, Morgan made his ODI debut for Ireland in 2006 against Scotland but then switched to England ahead of the 2009 World Twenty20. He played his first game in English colours in 2009 against the West Indies in Bristol. An extended opportunity came in the 7-match ODI series at home against Australia, where he featured on six occasions with top-scores of 43 and 58, showcasing a penchant for the reverse sweep. He later represented England in the World Twenty20, playing a solitary game against the Netherlands. He continued to perform well in both formats, with ODI centuries against Bangladesh and Australia in 2010. The left-hander’s ability to finish an innings drew comparisons to Australian Michael Bevan.


After playing a crucial role in England’s World T20 success in 2010, Morgan was given his premier Test cap against touring Bangladesh. He retained his place to face Pakistan a month later, where he also scored his maiden Test hundred. Later, in 2011, he was appointed as Stuart Broad’s deputy in the T20 format. While many may doubt Moggie’s loyalty for turning against his home country, delving into a professional’s need to challenge himself with and against the best in the business, may render those doubts harsh.


With the sacking of Alastair Cook as the ODI captain close to the 2015 World Cup, the selectors trusted Eoin Morgan to take over and do the job. Eoin started well in the tri-series in Australia, involving the home team and India, but in spite of his individual good form, his team failed to win the final. England's misery didn't end there as they experienced a very poor World Cup where they won just two matches (against Scotland and Afghanistan) and failed to qualify for the quarter-final.


Post the 2015 World Cup debacle, Eoin Morgan decided to build a team with a fearless attitude. Many senior players were dropped and the team management invested in some young talents. Soon the results started to show and 'New England' under the able leadership of Eoin Morgan began to evolve. The revival was dramatic, to say the least, and in 2018 the Three Lions leapfrogged India to top World ODI Rankings for the first time in five years.


Known for his composure under pressure, Morgan earned the respect and confidence of his players. He gave the license to his boys to fearlessly express themselves and that fresh approach changed everything for the English cricket as far as the shorter versions of the game is concerned. From down in the dumps in 2015, England entered the 2019 Cricket World Cup as one of the favourites and that was the testament of Morgan's inspirational captaincy.


Eoin never let captaincy affect his batting. In fact, his batting average improved by leaps and bounds after taking over the reins. His ability as a batsman was never under doubt and his presence in the middle order allowed the top order to bat freely. In one of his knocks in the 2019 World Cup, Morgan smashed a 71-ball 148 against Afghanistan which included 17 sixes - a world record. 


Under Morgan's guidance and 'play fire with fire' approach, England scripted history by winning their maiden ODI World Cup title in 2019 and ended the 44-year long wait of a country that invented this beautiful game of cricket.

IPL Statistics
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Batting & Fielding
Mat
No
Runs
Hs
Ave
s/r
100s
50s
4s
6s
ct
st
Career
52
45
854
66
21.35
121.13
0
4
72
34
24
0
2017
4
4
65
26 v SRH
16.25
104.83
0
0
6
2
3
0
2016
7
6
123
51 v KKR
24.60
117.14
0
1
8
4
3
0
2015
9
9
187
63 v RR
23.37
123.84
0
1
11
11
5
0
2013
14
13
307
51 v RR
27.90
127.91
0
1
28
13
6
0
2011
12
9
137
66 v KTK
15.22
117.09
0
1
17
3
3
0
2010
6
4
35
17 v DC
11.66
116.66
0
0
2
1
4
0
Batting & Fielding
2017
Mat
4
No
4
Runs
65
Hs
26 v SRH
Ave
16.25
S/r
104.83
100s
0
50s
0
4s
6
6s
2
ct
3
st
0