Mumbai Indians beat Delhi Capitals to clinch the record fifth IPL title in the final match played at the DUBAI International Cricket Stadium in UAE. Delhi captain Shreyas Iyer won the toss and decided to bat first in the match against Mumbai. His decision was proved wrong and the team lost three wickets at 22 runs, but after captain Shreyas Iyer and wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant’s fifty, the team set a challenging target of 157 runs for Mumbai Indians to win. Mumbai Indians were well-off in response to a target of 157 runs from Delhi. On behalf of the team, captain Rohit Sharma played the highest 68 runs. Besides him, Ishan Kishan made 33 runs. On behalf of Delhi, Enrich Nortej took two wickets while Kagiso Rabida and Marcus Stoinnis took one wicket each.
— IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) November 10, 2020
IPL 2020 Final, DC vs MI FULL SCORECARD
-Skipper Rohit Sharma beat Delhi by five wickets in played Kaptari innings
Mumbai Indians team has won their fifth title defeating Delhi Capitals by five wickets in the final match played in Dubai. Rohit Sharma scored the highest 68 on behalf of the team.
– Rohit Sharma’s captaincy innings, the team scores 126-2 at the end of 15 overs
It looks like Rohit Sharma had saved his form for the final match. He has so far made 66 runs while doing a terrific beating in the match. The team’s score at the end of 15 overs is currently 126-2. With him, Ishan Kishan is playing 17 runs on 12 balls.
-Mumbai Indians moving easily towards the goal, team scores 88-1 at the end of 10 overs
Mumbai Indians are moving towards the target with ease even after losing the wicket of Quinton Dekock. At the end of 10 overs, the team lost one wicket to make 88 runs. Rohit Sharma is very close to his fifty. With him, Surya Kumar Yadav is playing 18 runs. The team needs 69 runs in 60 balls to win from here.
– Mumbai openers show superb play, team scores 58-1 at end of 5 overs
Mumbai made a spectacular debut in response to a target of 157 runs from Delhi, surpassing the score of 50 before the completion of five overs. Rohit Sharma and Quinton Dekock contributed significantly to the team. Rohit is currently playing 23 runs in 14 balls while Surya Kumar Yadav scored 11 runs on 4 balls.
Shreyas Iyer played captaincy innings, Delhi set a target of 157 runs for Mumbai to win
The Delhi Capitals have put up a challenging score of 157 runs to win in front of Mumbai Indians overcoming the initial aftershocks. Given their bowling, it can become an exciting match. On behalf of Delhi, Captain Shreyas Iyer scored the highest 65. In addition, Rishabh Pant also played attractive innings of 56 runs.