IPL 2020 Final: Mumbai Indians Lift Record of 5th IPL Title
Even after visiting the stadium, Delhi Capitals did not fulfill their dreams. Delhi lost to Mumbai Indians for the first time in the Indian Premier League (IPL) final. Rohit Sharma’s Mumbai Indians became the IPL Champions 2020 beating Shreyas Iyer’s team by five wickets.
Mumbai won the title of the home T20 tournament in India twice. The Indians won their fourth title in the last IPL season by defeating Chennai Super Kings.
The Mumbai cricketers are already the most successful IPL team. The team has made their scale even heavier. The team earlier secured the position four times in the 12 sessions of the tournament. Now, the Mumbai Indians took their fifth title home.
— IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) November 10, 2020
Delhi Capitals scored 156 runs for 7 wickets in 20 overs to bat in the 13th IPL title match at Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Tuesday. The team’s collection did not grow despite the half-century of captain Shreyas Iyer and wicket-keeper, batsman Rishabh Pant.
But the innings was too weak. Delhi lost opener Marcus Stoinis before opening the score in the first over of the innings.
Delhi Capitals were all out for 22 runs in the crucial match of the final. From there, captain Shreyas led the group and the team scored 156 runs. The Delhi captain saw the score of fifty runs in the final match of the IPL session. Earlier, Rohit Sharma, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, David Warner, Virat Kohli, and Steven Smith set the record.
— Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) November 10, 2020
Delhi got 156 runs for the pair. Shreyas was finally unbeaten in the innings of 65 runs for 50. He hit six fours and two sixes. The five were out for 56 in 38 balls with four fours and two sixes.
Mumbai’s captain Rohit and de Kock scored 45 runs each in the opening match. Then Rohit joined the Suryakumar. Suryakumar was out for 19 runs. Rohit Sharma made the rest of the Innings easier by playing 68 runs. In the end, Ishan Kishan took the rest of the team to the port of victory. He is unbeaten on 33 runs.