Super Over in IPL: Here are 13 IPL matches that went to super over

The first Super Over in IPL was played between Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) in 2009 when the match resulted in a tie.

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Super Over in IPL: Here are 13 IPL matches that went to super over

DC vs SRH match in IPL 2021 was the last super over in IPL. Image | BCCI

The Indian Premier League (IPL) has acted as a source of joy and excitement for its fans over the years. In IPL, we got to see many close matches, in which the match goes to the last ball. This excitement reaches the next level when both teams end up with the same total and the result is decided with a Super Over. In this article, we will list out all the Super Over in IPL.

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Super Over in IPL

1. KKR vs RR (April 23, 2009)

The first Super Over in IPL was played between KKR and RR. Image- SPORTZPICS Photography
The first Super Over in IPL was played between KKR and RR. Image- SPORTZPICS Photography

The first Super Over in IPL was played between Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) in 2009 when the match resulted in a tie. Both the teams had scored 150 runs in their respective 20 overs. During the Super Over, KKR scored 15 runs with Chris Gayle hitting three fours. For RR, Yusuf Pathan smashed the required 16 runs in only four balls against Ajantha Mendis to help the team win the game. 

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2. CSK vs PBKS (March 21, 2010)

The second Super Over in IPL was played between CSK and PBKS. Image- ESPNcricinfo
The second Super Over in IPL was played between CSK and PBKS. Image- ESPNcricinfo

The next Super Over in IPL was played between Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Punjab Kings (PBKS) in 2010 where both ended up with the same total of 136 runs. PBKS won the match in the Super Over chasing the required 10 runs in four balls against the legendary Muttiah Muralitharan.

3. RCB vs DC (April 16, 2013)

The third Super Over in IPL was played between RCB and DC. Image- ESPNcricinfo
The third Super Over in IPL was played between RCB and DC. Image- ESPNcricinfo

The third Super Over in IPL was seen in the year 2013 between Royal Challenger Bangalore (RCB) and Delhi Capitals (DC). RCB scored 152 in a chase of 153 runs against DC. After that, the match went to a tiebreaker. RCB needed to chase 12 runs in six balls, and Chris Gayle along with AB de Villiers, went out to bat in super over. Only three runs were scored on the first four balls, but AB de Villiers hit consecutive sixes on the last two to win the game for his team.

4. SRH vs RCB (April 7, 2013)

The fourth Super Over in IPL was played between SRH and RCB. Image- ESPNcricinfo
The fourth Super Over in IPL was played between SRH and RCB. Image- ESPNcricinfo

In the year 2013, the Super Over in IPL was seen again. Royal Challenger Bangalore (RCB) again played a Super Over against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in a tied match. Hyderabad scored 20 runs in the super over. However, this time RCB lost as they failed to chase the required 20 runs in six balls. In reply, they could score only 15 runs.

5. KKR vs RR (April 29, 2014)

The fifth Super Over in IPL was played between KKR and RR. Image- ESPNcricinfo
The fifth Super Over in IPL was played between KKR and RR. Image- ESPNcricinfo

The year 2014 saw a super over between Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and Rajasthan Royals (RR). Suryakumar Yadav was out LBW on the very first ball of the super over for KKR. In such a situation, KKR could score only 11 runs in the super over. In reply, RR scored the targeted runs in 6 balls by the help of Shane Watson and Steve Smith's sensational batting.

6. GL vs MI (April 29, 2017)

The sixth Super Over in IPL was played between GL and MI. Image- The Indian Express
The sixth Super Over in IPL was played between GL and MI. Image- The Indian Express

After a gap of two years, a Super Over in IPL occurred in 2017 between Gujarat Lions (GL) and Mumbai Indians (MI). The match was tied at 153 runs. In the Super Over, Mumbai won the match with the strong bowling of Jasprit Bumrah. While defending only 9 runs in the super over, Bumrah bowled brilliantly and led Mumbai to victory.

7. DC vs KKR (March 30, 2019)

DC vs KKR super over in IPL. Image- Moneycontrol
DC vs KKR super over in IPL. Image- Moneycontrol

The year 2019 saw a Super Over match between Delhi Capitals (DC) and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). In this match, while KKR gave a target of 185 runs. In reply DC chased the 185 runs with the help of Prithvi Shaw's 99 runs in 55 balls. DC won the match by 3 runs after the match went into Super Over as Kagiso Rabada displayed his bowling attack in the end.

8. MI vs SRH (May 2, 2019)

MI vs SRH super over in IPL. Image- India Today
MI vs SRH super over in IPL. Image- India Today

The next super over in IPL was seen between Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad in the same season. The match was tied at the score of 162. In the super over SRH scored 8 runs. In reply, with the help of Hardik Pandya's six, MI chased the required nine runs with three balls to spare and won the match.

9. MI vs RCB (September 28, 2020)

MI vs RCB super over in IPL. Image- Scroll.in
MI vs RCB super over in IPL. Image- Scroll.in

The IPL 2020 season was the most exciting in terms of close matches as the results of four matches were decided in Super Overs. The first tie of the season was between the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and Mumbai Indians (MI), and RCB won it with the help of brilliance from AB de Villiers. The match was tied at 201 runs, which is the highest ever tied score in an IPL game. RCB scored 11 runs in the super over. In reply MI could score only 7 runs.

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10. DC vs PBKS (September 20, 2020)

DC vs PBKS super over in 2020 IPL. Image- ESPNcricinfo
DC vs PBKS super over in 2020 IPL. Image- ESPNcricinfo

The 10th super over in IPL was seen between Delhi Capitals (DC) and Punjab Kings (PBKS) in 2020. Delhi won the next super over of the season against Punjab as they let Punjab score only 2 runs in super over, picking up 2 wickets. After that, it was chased down easily as DC registered an incredible super over win.

11. KKR vs SRH (October 18, 2020)

KKR vs SRH super over in 2020. Image- Scroll.in
KKR vs SRH super over in 2020. Image- Scroll.in

The third super over of this season was seen between Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH). The match was tied at the score of 163. In super over, KKR scored only 3 runs but with the help of Lockie Ferguson, SRH could score only 2 runs with two losses.

12. PBKS vs MI (October 18, 2020)

PBKS vs MI super over in 2020 IPL. Image- myKhel
PBKS vs MI super over in 2020 IPL. Image- myKhel

The fourth super over of this season was seen between Punjab Kings (PBKS) and Mumbai Indians (MI). The match saw two Super overs with Punjab clinching yet another thrilling win. Both the teams scored 176 runs after which the super over has occurred. In the first super over, Pubjab scored 5 runs with the losses of two. In reply, Mumbai also scored 5. In the second super over, Mumbai scored 11 runs. After that, Punjab chose not to settle for second best and succeeded with 15 runs in just 0.5 overs.

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13. DC vs SRH (April 25, 2021)

DC vs SRH Super Over in 2021 IPL. Image- Hindustan Times
DC vs SRH Super Over in 2021 IPL. Image- Hindustan Times

In IPL 2021, SRH and DC played a thriller game which ended up in a tie. The was tied at the score of 159. This was the first Super Over of IPL 2021. In super over Warner and Williamson managed to make seven runs off Axar Patel's over. In reply, Delhi was able to register a win as Pant and Dhawan chased down the required total of 8 runs.

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