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KKR Wins IPL 5 – 2012 DLF IPL T20 Champion Kolkata Knight Riders – Award Winners Name

Indian Premier League IPL 5 2012 T20 KKR CSK Final Match Watch Online, IPL 2012 Award Winner Names, KKR wins IPL 5 T20 2012 Cricket Tournament, Indian Premier League 5 2012 Winner KKR, Who wins purple / orange cap in ipl 5 2012, who win emerging rising star award in ipl t20 2012.
It was not at easy to beat defending champions at their home ground. But, this year Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) Team played extremely well throughout the season and most importantly played as a Team. Probably, this makes KKR the Champions of IPL T20 2012 Season beating defending champion Chennai Super Kings (CSK) who had won IPL T20 Companionship twice [in 2010 & 2011].

Today on 27th May 2012 (Sunday), the Team of Bollywood King Shahrukh Khan (SRK) snatched the IPL T20 2012 Cup from Chennai to Kolkata under the Captaincy of Gautam Gambhir. Right from 2008, when IPL T20 Tournament started, SRK’s KKR Team never performed well enough but from 2011 KKR started playing well under Gautam Gambhir. It is a great decision to appoint Trevor Bayliss as KKR Coach & also to bid for Suniel Narine during 2012 IPL Auction because, Suneil Narine became the mystery bowler & never conceded more than 5 runs per over in every match he played. 

But, it has to be said, KKR won 2012 IPL T20 Championship not for Individual performance but for the Team effort where all players stayed like a family and played their part. Whether it is Narine, Kallis, Mc.Cullum, Lee, Shakib or Indian Players Gautam, Laxmi, Bhatia, Manoj, Debabrato, Yusuf, Balaji all played as a team and performed when team required.

In the final when CSK posted 190 Runs batting first at their home ground in Chennai, it wasn't easy to chase 191 for KKR. And the things became worst when KKR lost Gautam Gambhir [Leading Run Scorer for KKR in IPL 5 2012] in the 1st over. But, Manavindar Bisla, Indian Wicket-Keeper Batsman plays for Haryana, came to the rescue along with World’s no.1 all-rounder Kallis. Both of them scoring half-centuries and maintained healthy run rate to ensure KKR win. In the last over, Bengal Cricketer Manoj Tiwary hit the winning run. What a moment it was for SRK & KKR – SRK is rocking Bollywood over the years and now his team KKR is rocking IPL T20 Cricket Tournament. SRK’s KKR made Kolkata proud as well.

IPL 5 T20 2012 Cricket Tournament Prizes & Award Winners
  • Purple Cap Award Winner of DLF IPL 5 2012 T20 Cricket Tournament: - M. Morkel of Delhi Daredevils Team for taking 25 wickets.
  • Orange Cap Award Winner of DLF IPL 5 2012 T20 Cricket Tournament: - Chris Gayle of Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) for scoring 733 runs.
  • Karbon Kaamal Catch Award Winner of DLF IPL 5 2012 T20 Cricket Tournament: - David Hussey of Kings XI Punjab for taking a catch against RCB.
  • Volkswagen Power Performance Award Winner of DLF IPL 5 2012 T20 Cricket Tournament: - A.B. Deviliers of Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) for playing the outstanding knock of 49 runs from just 17 balls to make RCB win over Deccan Chargers.
  • City Rising Star Award Winner of DLF IPL 5 2012 T20 Cricket Tournament: - Mandeep Singh of Kings XI Punjab. Indian Cricketer Mandeep Singh is only 20 years old and performed extremely well during IPL 5 T20 2012 Season.
  • Golden Cricketer of IPL 5 2012 Award Winner of DLF IPL 5 2012 T20 Cricket Tournament: - Suniel Narine of Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), who has performed unexpectedly well for KKR. West Indian spinner Suniel Narine took 24 Wickets with an economy under 6 rpo.
  • Fair Play Award 2012 IPL 5 T20 Winner: - Rajasthan Royals (RR) Team.
  • Runners Up Award Winner of DLF IPL 5 2012 T20 Cricket Tournament: - Chennai Super Kings (CSK).
  • Winner of DLF IPL 5 2012 T20 Cricket Tournament: - Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR).
  • Man of the Match of IPL 5 T20 2012 Final Match: - Manvinder Bisla for playing 89 Runs from 48 balls knock during the chase.
  • Most Sixes Award winner of IPL 5 T20 2012 Final Match: - Suresh Raina of Chennai Super Kings (CSK).
  • Karbon Kamaal Catch Award Winner IPL 5 T20 2012 Final Match: - Shakib-Al-Hasan of Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) for taking catch of Murli Vijay of the bowling of Rajat Bhatia.
Since, Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) won 2012 IPL T20 Cricket Tournament; Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium of Kolkata will host Airtel Champions League 2012 Opening Ceremony & Champions League 2012 Final Match as per the rules. Because of defending Champion, Kolkata’s Eden Garden Cricket Stadium will also host the IPL 6 T20 2013 Final Match. So, get ready Kolkata to cheer again for KKR and this time not in front of Television but at Eden Gardens.
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Wasim Akram Profile Cricket Career - KKR Bowling Coach & Pakistan Fast Bowler Statistics

Pakistan Cricketer Bowler Wasim Akram Profile Biodata Biography Address Birthday Mobile Phone Contact Number Pakistani Wasim Akram Family Wife Son Daughter Father Mother Names Wasim Akram Education Qualification Cricket Career Statistics Wasim Akram Coach Coaching Career Wickets Bowling Figures Wasim Akram Awards Achievements Kolkata Knight Riders IPL KKR Team Coach Wasim Akram details.

Wasim Akram, Punjabi Muslim and belongs to the Arain tribe, is a former Pakistani left arm fast bowler and left-handed batsman in cricket, who represented the Pakistan national cricket team in Test cricket and One Day International matches. Wasim Akram is regarded as one of the best fast bowlers in the history of cricket. Wasim Akram holds the world record for most wickets in List-A cricket with 881 and is second only to Sri Lankan off-spin bowler, Muttiah Muralitharan in terms of One Day International wickets with 502. Wasim Akram is considered to be one of the founders and perhaps the finest exponent of reverse swing bowling. The revolutionary nature of reverse swing initially resulted in accusations of ball tampering by cricket critics, although the skill of the reverse swing delivery has now been accepted as legitimate features of ability in cricket. Wasim Akram's later career was also tarnished with accusations of match fixing by critics, although these remain unproven.

• Full Name of Pakistani Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: Wasim Akram Chaudhury.

• Birthday of Pakistani Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: 3rd June 1966.

• Birthplace / Address of Pakistani Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.

• Nickname of Pakistani Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: Sultan of Swing, Waaz.

• Height of Pakistani Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m).

• Batting Style of Pakistani Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: Left hand bat.

• Bowling Style of Pakistani Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: Left arm fast.

• Playing Role / Position of Pakistani Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: All-rounder (bowler and batsman).

• Pakistan Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach played for National side Pakistan, Hampshire, Lahore, Pakistan International Airlines, Lancashire English County Team, Pakistan Automobiles Corporation.

• Debut Test of Pakistani Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: (cap 102) 25th January 1985 against New Zealand.

• ODI Debut of Pakistani Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: (cap 53) 23rd November 1984 against New Zealand.

• Wickets taken by Pakistan Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: Wasim Akram took 414 Test Wickets and 502 One Day Cricket Wickets.

• Early Personal life of Wasim Akram Swing Bowler and KKR Bowling CoachWasim Akram was educated in Islamia College in Lahore, where Wasim Akram played as an opening bowler and batsman. Like several other Pakistani cricketers during the 1980s, his inclusion into the national side was at the behest of a senior player in the team, which in Akram's case was Javed Miandad.

• KKR Bowling Coach Wasim Akram Family Life BackgroundWasim Akram was married to Huma Mufti in 1995. Wasim Akram and Huma Mufti have two sons Taimur and Akbar from their marriage of fifteen years. Wasim Akram’s wife Huma died of multiple organ failure at Apollo Hospital in Chennai India on 25th October 2009.

• Wasim Akram KKR Bowling Coach Cricket Career Statistics: In 1988 Wasim Akram signed for Lancashire County Cricket Club in England and went on to become their most successful overseas players. From 1988 to 1998, Wasim Akram opened their bowling attack in their ECB Trophy, Benson & Hedges Cup and National League tournaments. Wasim Akram was a favourite of the local British fans who used to sing a song called "Wasim for England" at Lancashire's matches. In 1998, with Akram as captain, Lancashire won the ECB Trophy and Axa League and finished second in the championship tournament despite losing only five matches in all competitions throughout the season. Apart from the National League second division title in 2003, this was the last time Lancashire won a trophy. Wasim Akram made his Test cricket debut for Pakistan against New Zealand in 1985 and in only his second Test match, Wasim Akram achieved 10 wickets in the match. A few weeks prior to his selection into the Pakistan team, Wasim Akram was an unknown club cricketer who had failed to even make it to his college team. Wasim Akram came to the trials at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore in Pakistan, but for the first two days Wasim Akram did not get a chance to bowl. On the third day Wasim Akram got a chance; his performance convincing Javed Miandad to insist upon his inclusion in the national team. Akram was hence given an opportunity to play for Pakistan, without any significant domestic experience. Later that season Wasim Akram opened the bowling attack with Imran Khan, who became his mentor at and after the World Championship of Cricket in Australia. Wasim Akram was a significant figure in the 1992 Cricket World Cup held in Australia, when Pakistan won the tournament. In the final against England, his batting performance during his innings of 33 runs off 19 balls, pushed Pakistan to a respectable score of 249 runs for 6 wickets. Akram then took the important wicket of Ian Botham early on the English batting innings and when brought back into the bowling attack later on, with the ball reverse swinging, Wasim Akram produced a devastating spell of bowling which led to Allan Lamb and Chris Lewis being bowled in successive deliveries in one over. Wasim Akram‘s excellent performances earned him the Man of the Match award for the final. Wasim Akram also captained Pakistan with some success. The high points of his captaincy was the 1996-1997 victory in the World Series Cricket in Australia, two Test match wins in India in 1998-1999 and in 1999, when Pakistan reached the 1999 Cricket World Cup final. The low point was the 1996 Cricket World Cup in Pakistan and India, when Wasim Akram had to pull out of the quarterfinal match against India, citing injury. After Pakistan's defeat, there were angry protests outside his home and riots across the country from angry fans that accused the team of throwing the match and a government inquiry was launched into the failure.

• Pakistan Bowler Wasim Akrarm Retirement from Cricket: On 18th May 2003, at the age of 36, Wasim Akram abruptly announced his retirement from international cricket, ending a career which spanned 19 years. Wasim Akram had suggested that Wasim Akram was ready to quit several times towards the end of his career, but Pakistan's sub-par performance in the World Cup proved to be the deciding factor.

• Wasim Akram Media Career as Commentator: Since retiring from cricket, Wasim Akram has worked and taken up commentary for television networks and can currently be seen as a sports commentator for ESPN Star Sports, ARY Digital and among others. Wasim Akram did commentary on a variety of sporting tournaments including the 2009 Women's Cricket World Cup match between Australia v India in a Super Six Match held in Australia, the 2009 ICC World Twenty20 in England, the 2009 ICC Champions Trophy in South Africa, in various matches of 2011 ICC World Cup in India, Srilanka, Bangladesh and among others.

• Coaching Career of Wasim Akram, Pakistan Swing Bowler: In 2010, Wasim Akram was appointed the bowling coach consultant of Kolkata Knight Riders, the Indian Premier League team for Kolkata. Sourav Ganguly was always keen to have Wasim Akram as the bowling coach for India, during the former's stint as Indian captain. Although this never happened, his dreams were realized to some extent, when Wasim Akram was appointed as the bowling coach for the franchise. While working for the Kolkata Knight Riders, Wasim Akram was also responsible for the signing of Pakistani domestic left-arm fast-bowler Mohammad Irfan.[15] Akram has also been coaching in Pakistan fast bowling camps; his most notable discovery being the teenage Pakistani international, Mohammad Aamer.

• Awards Achievements of KKR Bowling Coach Wasim Akram: Apart from winning so many of Man Of the Match and Man Of the Series awards, Wasim Akram was awarded Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1993 for his sporting achievements. Wasim Akram was the first bowler in international cricket to take more than 400 wickets in both forms of the game and only Muttiah Muralitharan has since achieved this. Wasim Akram took four hat tricks in international cricket, two each in Tests matches and One Day Internationals. Wasim Akram is the only bowler in cricket to have achieved four hat-tricks.

Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) IPL T20 Team and the players of KKR Team are very lucky to have a Bowling Coach like Wasim Akram.
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