The Royal Challengers Bangalore suffered a collapse against the Sunrisers Hyderabad in an IPL 2022 game, which saw them being bundled out for just 68 runs. This was not the first time we saw a team getting all out for a paltry total. Let’s look at the list of top 10 lowest scores in the IPL.
RCB against KKR – 49 all out
The record for the lowest total in IPL history is held by RCB, who were bundled out for just 49 runs while chasing 132 set by KKR in Eden Gardens in 2017. Nathan Coulter-Nile, Colin de Grandhomme and Chris Woakes picked up three wickets each.
RR against RCB – 58 all out
The second lowest total in the IPL was scored by the Rajasthan Royals against RCB in IPL 2009. Batting first, RCB put up 133 runs on the board, in reply to which RR scored just 58. Anil Kumble had picked up five wickets for RCB.
DD against MI – 66 all out
The record for the third lowest total in the IPL belongs to Delhi Daredevils (now Delhi Capitals) Chasing 213 set by Mumbai, Delhi managed just 66 runs as Harbhajan Singh and Karn Sharma picked up three wickets each.
DD against PBKS – 67 all out
In 2017, Delhi Daredevils were dismissed for just 67 runs by the Punjab Kings as Sandeep Sharma picked up four wickets. Needing just 68 to win, Punjab finished the chase in 7.5 overs.
KKR against MI – 67 all out
KKR share the record for the fourth lowest total in the IPL with Delhi Daredevils. In the inaugural edition of the tournament in 2008, KKR were dismantled for just 67 runs as Shaun Pollock picked up three wickets. Chasing 68, Mumbai finished the game in just 5.3 overs.
RCB against SRH – 68 all out
This one is the most recent game that happened in the ongoing IPL 2022. Batting first, RCB’s batting line up collapsed like a pack of cards as Marco Jansen and T Natarajan picked up three wickets each. Later, SRH finished the game in just eight overs.
RCB against CSK – 70 all out
In match 23 of IPL 2019, RCB were bundled out for just 70 runs in 17.1 overs as Harbhajan Singh and Imran Tahir of CSK picked up three wickets each. Chasing 71 to win, CSK stuttered during the second innings before eventually wrapping up the game in the 17th over.
RCB against RR – 70 all out
RCB shares the record for the sixth-lowest total with its own self. In 2014 against the Rajasthan Royals, the Virat Kohli led side was bundled out for just 70 batting first. Pravin Tambe was the wrecker-in-chief with four wickets and the Royals eventually won the game with 42 balls to spare.
PBKS against RPSG – 73 all out
In IPL 2017, the now defunct Rising Pune Supergiants bundled out Punjab Kings for just 73 runs with the help of a combined bowling effort from their bowlers. Shardul Thakur was particularly impressive with three wickets.
KTK vs DC – 74 all out
The now defunct Kochi Tuskers Kerala were chasing 130 to win against the Delhi Capitals in IPL 2011, when five wickets by Ishant Sharma bundled them out for 74 runs.