TATA IPL 2023: The Indian Premiere League tournament is played in the T20 format, which is tailor-made for the batsmen.
Generally, the batters are suited for this type of game where they literally smash every ball and many of those deliveries are landed out of the park.
The fans also come to see the boundaries and sixes hit by their favourite batters.
However, there are some intense where the bowlers get better out of the batters and that is a rare sight in the T20 format. There are some teams who get bundled out for the lowest score.
The team of Royal Challengers Bangalore have a dual record in this cash-rich league tournament. RCB holds the record for the highest score in IPL history, having scored a staggering 263 runs.
However, in a shocking turn of events during the IPL 2017 season, they were bowled out for a mere 49 runs in just 9.4 overs by the Kolkata Knight Riders.
The runners-up of the last edition, Rajasthan Royals is the only team who have recorded the lowest score of the 16th edition of the Indian Premier League.
Samson and his men were asked to chase a target of 172 runs against Royal Challengers Bangalore. But the RR camp gave a worst-ever reply as they were bundled out for just 59 runs in 10.3 overs and gave a massive win of 112 runs to the RCB men.
There are many teams in the past as well who have recorded the lowest scores. Here is the list of ten IPL sides who have achieved this unwanted feat in the history of this tournament.
Royal Challengers Bangalore 49 runs against Kolkata Knight Riders.
Rajasthan Royals 58 runs against Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Rajasthan Royals 59 runs against Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Delhi Daredevils 66 runs against Mumbai Indians.
Delhi Daredevils 67 runs against Kings XI Punjab.
Kolkata Knight Riders 67 runs against Mumbai Indians.
Royal Challengers Bangalore 70 runs against Chennai Super Kings.
Royal Challengers Bangalore 70 runs against Rajasthan Royals.
Kings XI Punjab 73 runs against Rising Pune Supergiants.
Kochi Tuskers Kerala 74 runs against Deccan Chargers.