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IPL SEASON 7 HISTORY

The seventh season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) was held in 2014 and featured eight teams, as the Pune Warriors India franchise and the Kochi Tuskers Kerala franchise were terminated before the start of the season. The tournament was played in the same format as the previous seasons, with the top four teams at the end of the league stage advancing to the playoffs.

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The Kolkata Knight Riders emerged as the winners of the tournament for the second time, defeating the Kings XI Punjab in the final by three wickets. The Kolkata Knight Riders’ victory in the final marked their second IPL title and cemented their status as one of the top teams in the tournament.

The seventh season of IPL was marked by some outstanding performances, including Glenn Maxwell’s scintillating century for the Kings XI Punjab, which included 11 sixes. The tournament also saw some new stars emerge, including Akshar Patel, who played a crucial role in Kings XI Punjab’s success, and Sandeep Sharma, who finished as the tournament’s third-highest wicket-taker.

The seventh season of IPL was also notable for the Chennai Super Kings’ impressive consistency, as they reached the playoffs for the seventh time in seven seasons, cementing their status as one of the tournament’s top teams.

Despite some controversies, including a clash between players from the Mumbai Indians and the Kolkata Knight Riders, the seventh season of IPL was still a huge success, drawing large crowds and high TV ratings. The Kolkata Knight Riders’ victory in the final marked the beginning of a period of sustained success for the team, which would go on to win another IPL title in the years to come.

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