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MS Dhoni To Sachin Tendulkar: Oldest Cricketers To Win Indian Premier League Title, In PICS

Chennai Super Kings captain MS Dhoni set a new record by becoming the oldest cricketer to win the Indian Premier League crown at the age of 41. In these collection of pictures, we take a look at oldest cricketers to win IPL title.

MS Dhoni

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Chennai Super Kings skipper MS Dhoni became the oldest cricketer to win the Indian Premier League title at 41 years and 327 days. (Photo: BCCI/IPL)

Chennai Super Kings skipper MS Dhoni became the oldest cricketer to win the Indian Premier League title at 41 years and 327 days. (Source: Twitter)

MS Dhoni has played most matches in IPL

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Chennai Super Kings skipper MS Dhoni is also the only cricketer to play in 250 matches in Indian Premier League till date. (Photo: BCCI/IPL)

Chennai Super Kings skipper MS Dhoni is also the only cricketer to play in 250 matches in Indian Premier League till date. (Photo: BCCI/IPL)

Sachin Tendulkar

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Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar was 40 years and 33 days old when he won the IPL title with Mumbai Indians in 2013 season. (Source: Twitter)

Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar was 40 years and 33 days old when he won the IPL title with Mumbai Indians in 2013 season. (Source: Twitter)

Imran Tahir

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Former South Africa leg-spinner Imran Tahir was 39 years and 61 days when he won the IPL title with Chennai Super Kings in IPL 2018 season. (Source: Twitter)

Former South Africa leg-spinner Imran Tahir was 39 years and 61 days when he won the IPL title with Chennai Super Kings in IPL 2018 season. (Source: Twitter)

Shane Warne

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Late Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne was 38 years and 262 days when he led Rajasthan Royals to the inaugural IPL title in 2008 season. (Source: Twitter)

Late Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne was 38 years and 262 days when he led Rajasthan Royals to the inaugural IPL title in 2008 season. (Source: Twitter)

Matthew Hayden

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Former Australia and CSK opener Matthew Hayden was 38 years and 178 days when he won the IPL title in the 2010 season. (Source: Instagram)

Former Australia and CSK opener Matthew Hayden was 38 years and 178 days when he won the IPL title in the 2010 season. (Source: Instagram)