This year's IPL was the amalgamation of performance by established players and young talents. The many young talents like Deepak Hooda, Pawan Negi, Hardik Pandya need to be more consistent, while Shreyas Iyer, Yuzvendra Chahal, Sandeep Singh performed in majority of their matches.

Here is list of 'Best XI' from IPL 2015 who performed consistently for their teams.    

Shreyas Iyer (DD): The young lad has impressed all with his situational awareness. Iyer emerged as the top scorer for Delhi Daredevils this year with 439 runs in 14 matches.

David Warner (SRH): The Hyderabad skipper was the highest run scorer of IPL 8. Warner topped the list with 562 runs in 14 matches. Hyderabad's batting performance totally depended on Warner and Dhawan, after a dismal show by middle order.

Rohit Sharma (MI): The skipper of IPL 2015 winners Mumbai Indians has proved crucial in difficult situations. Rohit made a good 50 in IPL 8 finals after losing the wicket of Parthiv Patel. He has scored 482 runs in 16 innings.

AB de Villiers (RCB): The man who can play any kind of shot to any world class bowler. When AB gets going  its just becomes too pleasing to eyes. His 133 runs against Mumbai can be termed as the most memorable innings of IPL 8. de Villers was the highest run getter for Bangalore with 513 runs in 14 innings.

MS Dhoni (CSK) (C & Wk): Form rarely matters when we talk about captain cool. Dhoni had an average IPL season this year with 372 runs in 17 innings but his presence boosts team.    

Ambati Rayudu (MI): He has been a major contributor for Mumbai Indians since many years. Rayudu's contribution might went un-noticed for spectators but Mumbai is well versed with his handy innings. He scored 281 runs in 14 innings.

Dwayne Bravo (CSK): The purple cap winner of IPL 8 has impressed with his intelligent bowling. Surprising the batsmen with his slower deliveries, Bravo went on to scalp 26 wickets in 17 innings. His dancing talent also puts him ahead of other contenders.

Harbhajan Singh (MI): His good performance in IPL 8 earned him a place in Indian Test side after 2 years. Harbhajan has also showcased his batting heriocs by scoring one of the fastest IPL fifty. The turbonator has taken 18 wickets in 15 matches.

Mitchell Starc (RCB): The best fast bowler in world right now after his return to turned the fortunes of Bangalore. The in-swingers and out-swingers are the main weapon of Starc. The Aussie has claimed 20 wickets in just 13 outings.

Ashish Nehra (CSK): The very own Nehra ji with his performance has proved that age is just a number. He bagged 22 wickets in 16 matches. His failure in IPL finals was one the reason behind Chennai's debacle.

Yuzvendra Chahal (RCB): The young Right-arm legbreak bowler has become one of the major players in Bangalore's squad. Chahal took 23 wickets in 15 innings.

Sandeep Singh (KXIP) (12th man): Kings XI Punjab might have failed as a team to perform but fast bowler Sandeep Singh has really impressed with his ability to bowl continous yorkers. Sandeep scalped 13 wickets in his 14 IPL matches.

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