The Summary of the Champions League Twenty20
2008 Champions League Twenty20
India was supposed to host the 2008 Champions League Twenty20 from December 3 to December 10. The tournament was postponed to 2009 due to the bombing attacks happening in Mumbai one week before the event.
2009 Champions League Twenty20
India hosted the 2009 Champions League twenty20, the 1st edition of Champions League Twenty20, from October 8 to October 23. The 12 participants were from the West Indies, South Africa, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, England, India, and Australia. The New South Wales Blues emerged as the winners of the event by defeating Trinidad and Tobago.
Most runs: JP Duminy
Most wickets: Dwayne Bravo
Player of the tournament: Brett Lee
2010 Champion League Twenty20
South Africa was the host of the 2010 Champions League Twenty20. This event was held between 10 September and 26 September and 10 teams from New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, the West Indies, and India were participating. There were 23 matches and the tournament ended with Chennai Super Kings winning the final against the Warriors.
Most runs: Murali Vijay
Most wickets: Ravichandran Ashwin
Player of the tournament: Ravichandran Ashwin
2011 Champions League Twenty20
The 3rd edition of the Champions League Twenty20, the 2011 Champions League Twenty20, was hosted by India and held between 19 September and 9 October. There were 13 participants and 29 matches. The Mumbai Indians defeated the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the final match and became the winner of the tournament.
Most runs: David Warner
Most wickets: Ravi Rampul
Player of the tournament: Lasith Malinga
2012 Champions League Twenty20
South Africa hosted the magnificent Twenty20 tournament between 9 October and 28 October in 2012. The 4th edition of Champions League Twenty20 is significant because it was the first Twenty20 cricket tournament to feature a team from Pakistan. There were 29 matches and the Sydney Sixers won the tournament.
Most runs: Michael Lumb
Most wickets: Mitchell Starc
Player of the tournament: Mitchell Starc
2013 Champions League Twenty20
The 2013 Champions League Twenty20 was hosted by India between 17 September and 19 October. The Sydney Sixers, as the defending champions, failed to qualify. After 29 matches between 12 participants, the Mumbai Indians won the tournament for the second time after defeating Rajasthan Royal in the final.
Most runs: Ajinkya Rahane
Most wickets: Pravin Tambe
Player of the tournament: Dwayne Smith
2014 Champions League Twenty20
India hosted the 2014 Champions League Twenty20 held between 13 September and 4 October of 2014. Mumbai Indians failed to qualify as the defending champions. In the final match, the Chennai Super Kings defeated Kolkata Knight Riders and won the tournament for the second time.
Most runs: Suresh Raina
Most wickets: Sunil Narine
Player of the tournament: Suresh Raina