List of the top 10 highest run chase in IPL history

List of the top 10 highest run chase in IPL history

Have a look at the list of highest run chase in IPL history, after Mumbai Indians huge victory over Punjab Kings 

Mumbai Indians completed the third-highest run chase in IPL history in the final over of their game against Punjab Kings on Wednesday in Mohali, tying them with the Delhi Capitals.

The chase was led by the Indian batting duo of Ishan Kishan and Suryakumar Yadav, who scored 75 and 66 runs, respectively.

Tim David (19*) and Tilak Varma (26*) finished the job with 11 balls left after Rohit Sharma was removed for a duck as he struggled more.

Ishan Kishan was named man of the match for his batting efforts.

List of the highest run chase in IPL history

Team Target Score Opponent team Venue Year
Rajasthan Royals 224 226/6 Punjab Kings Sharjah 2020
Mumbai Indians 219 219/6 Chennai Super Kings Delhi 2021
Rajasthan Royals 215 217/7 Deccan Chargers Hyderabad 2008
Mumbai Indians 215 216/4 Punjab Kings Mohali 2023
Lucknow Super Giants 213 213/9 Royal Challengers Bangalore Bengaluru 2023
Mumbai Indians 213 214/4 Rajasthan Royals Mumbai 2023
Delhi Capitals 209 214/3 Gujarat Lions Delhi 2017
Kings XI Punjab 206 211/4 Sunrisers Hyderabad Hyderabad 2014
Lucknow Super Giants 206 211/4 Chennai Super Kings Mumbai 2022
Punjab Kings 206 208/5 Royal Challengers Bangalore Mumbai 2022

Sam Curran gave up 41 runs in three overs whereas Punjab Kings’ top bowler in the prior head-to-head, Arshdeep Singh, gave up 66 runs in 3.5 overs.

While Rishi Dhawan played 1/20 overs, Nathan Ellis claimed two wickets for 34 runs.


Prior to that, Liam Livingstone batted first and got the game going with a 42-ball 82 that included four sixes and seven fours. After smashing 49 runs in just 27 balls, Jitesh Sharma was still alive.

Shikhar Dhawan, the team’s captain, struck a 20-ball 30 while Matthew Short added 27.

Piyush Chawla extended his run of MI wickets with a spell of 2/29, while Jofra Archer had a field day, handing up 56 runs in four overs.

While young pacer Arshad Khan also had a costly spell of 1/48, Uttarakhand’s Akash Madhwal had a poor start to his IPL career with a spell of 0/37 (3 overs).


Meanwhile, as Mumbai Indians directed a spectacularly successful chase of 215 against Punjab Kings in an IPL 2023 match on Wednesday, May 3, they took a dig on social media.

The iconic tweet from Punjab Kings, which went viral after the previous finalists successfully defended 214 in Mumbai on April 22, was referenced by the five-time champs in their tweet.

On Wednesday, as MI and PBKS put on a run-fest in which 430 runs were scored in just 38.5 overs, the two sides engaged in lighthearted social media banter.