The second edition of the tournament was held in South Africa. The crowd in South Africa was superb where they were seen dancing on the green stands with beer on their hands. This is what T20 brings to the table. It was the Indian batsman, Murli Vijay who made heads turn due to his batting exploits, where he amassed 294 runs. Kevin Pollard was at his menacing best along with Suresh Raina - with both lofting the balls in the air for the maximum. Pollard and Raina hit 14 and 12 sixes in the 2010 edition. When many thought that the quicks would rule the roost on the bouncy pitches of South Africa, it was not to be as Muralitharan and Ashwin were the best bowlers where the latter took 13 wickets and the former 12 wickets, as per espncricinfo stats.
Mumbai Indians won their first T20 Champions League title in the last edition (2011) by winning another Indian franchise, Royal Bangalore Challengers. David Warner was at its best when he was at the batting crease, with 328 runs to his name with an impressive average of 109 runs in the tournament. Two bowlers from Trinidad and Tobago, Ravi Rampaul and Sunil Naraine made life difficult for batsmen as they were the best bowlers in the championship with 12 and 10 wickets each. Malinga was successful with 10 wickets as well.
Now with the 2012 T20 Champions League edition to start soon, new records are going to be set in the 2013 edition. It is the fans that are going to benefit with quality teams at the offering in the tournament.