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IPL 2019 Final MI vs CSK Highlights: MI beat CSK by 1 Run, Mumbai Indians became the first team to win 4 IPL titles

IPL 2019 Final: MI beat CSK by 1 Run, Mumbai Indians Became the First Team to Win 4 IPL Titles

It was down to the one last contest in IPL 2019 to decide who takes home the coveted title for the record 4th time. Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings produced a match which was worthy of a final. Just like 2017, Mumbai won the match off the last ball and that too, by one run. MI remained unbeaten against CSK this year as they won all the 4 games. In the end, Mumbai Indians became the first team to win 4 IPL titles.

IPL 2019 Final MI vs CSK Highlights

Rohit Sharma won the toss and elected to bat as he felt runs on the board in a big game would be crucial. Quinton de Kock and Rohit provided a blistering start as they reached close to 50 in the 5th over. Shardul Thakur gave CSK the first breakthrough when he removed de Kock for 29. Deepak Chahar once again accounted for the wicket of Rohit to bring the score to 45/2 in the 6th over.

Ishan Kishan and Suryakumar Yadav came together and in the bid to rebuild, played slowly. The pressure built and they were forced to up the ante. In doing so, both fell in a quick succession. Krunal Pandya also fell cheaply. MI was down to 101/5 in the 15th over. The onus was on Kieron Pollard and Hardik Pandya to give them a flourishing finish.

Bowlers restrict MI to 149

Both began to strike big and threatened to score big. But Deepak Chahar bowled a terrific penultimate over and removed Hardik and Rahul Chahar. However, Pollard was still out there. His unbeaten knock of 41 off 25 balls helped MI get to a fighting total of 149/8 at the end of 20 overs.

Chasing a moderate target, CSK got off to a flourishing start. Faf du Plessis was the aggressor as he went after the new ball. Krunal halted his stay to 25 in the 4th over. Shane Watson was joined by Suresh Raina as the duo batted for a partnership. However, the pressure was applied by the Mumbai bowlers, especially Rahul Chahar.

Rahul removed Raina and then Bumrah accounted for the wicket of Ambati Rayudu soon. The all-important Dhoni was out in the middle in the crucial chase. But a run-out ended his short stay. When he departed for 2, courtesy of a direct hit by Ishan Kishan, MI came back in style. CSK was reduced to 82/4 in the 13th over.

Watson was riding on his luck as the opposition fielders dropped 3 catches of him. Alongside Dwayne Bravo, he dragged the chase towards the target. CSK needed 62 runs from the last 5 overs. Lasith Malinga was taken for 20 runs in the 16th over. Bumrah’s 17th went for just 4.

Rohit brought Krunal for the 18th over. But that move backfired and the spinner conceded 20 runs as Watson slammed 3 consecutive sixes. With 18 in the bag, Bumrah have away just 5 runs off the first 5 balls. But de Kock left an easy take behind the stumps that went for four byes.

The Last Over Thrill

9 runs were needed from the last over. Malinga had the ball in hand who had been missing the mark thus far. But he redeemed himself and bowled superb yorkers. Watson attempted to take a couple of runs off the 4th ball but an accurate throw from the boundary by Krunal found him short. His knock of 80 from 59 ended there finally. Shardul Thakur collected 2 runs that left 2 to get from the final ball.

Malinga had been nailing the yorkers thus far and the batsman lined up for that. But the Sri Lankan maestro bowled a slower ball that hit Thakur on the pad dead in front of the stumps. That was the moment Mumbai Indians won another final by just 1 run. The Men in Blue became the first team to win the IPL title 4 time

IPL 2019 Final MI vs CSK Summary and Full Scorecard

IPL 2019 Final MI vs CSK Summary

Mumbai Indians – 149/8 (20 Overs)

Kieron Pollard – 41 (25)Deepak Chahar – 3/26
Quinton de Kock – 29 (17)Imran Tahir – 2/23

Chennai Super Kings -148/7 (20)

Shane Watson – 80 (59)Jasprit Bumrah – 2/14
Faf du Plessis – 26 (13)Rahul Chahar – 1/14

PL 2019 Final MI vs CSK Full Scorecard

Mumbai Indians Innings Full Scorecard

Mumbai Indians – 149/8 (20 Overs)

BatsmenRunsBalls4S6SSR
Quinton de Kock (c Dhoni b SN Thakur)291704170.59
Rohit Sharma (c Dhoni b D Chahar)151411107.14

Suryakumar Yadav (b Tahir)

15171088.24
Ishan Kishan (c Raina b Tahir)23263088.46

Krunal Pandya (c & b SN Thakur)

7700100
Kieron Pollard (not out)412533164

Hardik Pandya (lbw b D Chahar)

161011160
Rahul Chahar (c du Plessis b D Chahar)02000

Mitchell McClenaghan (run out (du Plessis/DJ Bravo))

02000
Jasprit Bumrah (not out)00000

Did not bat:- Lasith Malinga

BowlersOversMRunsWktsWDNBEcon
Deepak Chahar41263106.5
Shardul Thakur40372009.2
Harbhajan Singh40270106.8
Imran Tahir30232007.7
Ravindra Jadeja20120006
Dwayne Bravo30240106

Chennai Super Kings Innings Full Scorecard

Chennai Super Kings -148/7 (20)

BatsmenRunsBalls4S6SSR

Faf du Plessis (st de Kock b Krunal Pandya)

261331200
Shane Watson (run out (Krunal Pandya/de Kock))805984135.59

Suresh Raina (lbw b Rahul Chahar)

8140057.14
Ambati Rayudu (c de Kock b Bumrah)140025

MS Dhoni (run out (Ishan Kishan))

280025
Dwayne Bravo (c de Kock b Bumrah)151501100
Ravindra Jadeja (not out)5500100
Shardul Thakur (lbw b Malinga)2200100

Did not bat:- Harbhajan Singh, Deepak Chahar, Imran Tahir

BowlersOMRWWDNBEcon
Mitchell McClenaghan40240206
Lasith Malinga404911012.25
Hardik Pandya1030103.00
Jasprit Bumrah40142003.50
Rahul Chahar40141003.50
Krunal Pandya303910013.00

Twitter Reacted as Mumbai Indians Won the IPL Title 4th Time

Here are some best tweets of the day as Mumbai Indians became the first team to win the IPL four times

https://twitter.com/ashwinravi99/status/1127636152863862789

https://twitter.com/mipaltan/status/1127649705507344384

https://twitter.com/IrfanPathan/status/1127637125300490240

https://twitter.com/JontyRhodes8/status/1127636223265165312

https://twitter.com/ImRahulSharma3/status/1127635925398433793

https://twitter.com/hershybru/status/1127635808498933760

https://twitter.com/ChennaiIPL/status/1127637092777938944

 

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