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With the tournament coming to an end, we look back at the top five run-scorers and wicket-takers in the IPL 8 edition.

This was their second triumph in three years, having won the trophy after beating Chennai Super Kings at Kolkata in 2013

CSK vs MI IPL 8 Final: Considering the talent and x-factor that both Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings possessed, the final of IPL 8 at Eden Gardens was expected to be a close, tightly fought contest.

IPL 2015 Final: Mumbai Indians put up an all-round show to outclass Chennai Super Kings by 41 runs in the final at Eden Garden in Kolkata to win the Indian Premier League 2015. Rohit Sharma and Lendl Simmons scored quick half-centuries after losing Parthiv Patel early to power them to a huge 202/5 after being asket to bat by Chennai’s Skipper MS Dhoni. Later they bowled superbly to restrict Chennai to 161/8 in 20 overs and win the IPL trophy for the second time.

After what has seemed like another unending series of matches, we finally have the IPL finalists. Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings have made it to the big Sunday at Eden Gardens

Royal Challengers Bangalore may have lost out on a place in the final of IPL 8 following their defeat to Chennai Super Kings in the second qualifier, but they should be reasonably pleased with how their tournament progressed and, in the end, fell at the final hurdle

CSK vs RCB IPL 8 Qualifier 2 Match report: Chennai Super Kings, their two most experience batsmen Mike Hussey and MS Dhoni made sure that their team will cross the line of 140 runs against Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Qualifier 2 of the eighth season of Indian Premier League at JSCA Stadium, Ranchi.

IPL 8 CSK vs RCB Qualifier 2 Live Scores: Royal Challengers Bangalore will take on Chennai Super Kings in the second qualifier of IPL 2015, at Ranchi on Friday, to decide who plays Mumbai Indians in the final on Sunday at Kolkata.

Rajasthan Royals went through varied emotions during the course of IPL 8. They began with a bang, winning five matches in a row, trampling opponents along the way, then slid unexpectedly losing as many games in the second half, as they had won in the first