Brilliant! What an Indian Premier League (IPL) final! The El Classico finally lived up to its billing. It was an exciting ride all through the game and both the teams looked out of the game eventually in the second innings. Yet, Shane Watson originally did it for Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and afterward Jasprit Bumrah continued doing it for Mumbai Indians (MI). It in the long run came down to Lasith Malinga, subsequent to having a terrible day, who won the game sensationally for them as MI clinched the title for the record fourth time.
Mumbai Indians (MI) defeated Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in an exciting experience by one run to lift their 4th Indian Premier League (IPL) trophy. Requiring nine to win off six balls, CSK’s star performer Shane Watson (80 off 59) got run out.
From that point, veteran Lasith Malinga turned into the saviour for MI as he bowled tight lines to change the tide in his side’s favour. Prior, at one point CSK were cruising yet MI bowlers took wickets with hardly a pause in between to bring their side back in the match.
The biggest turning of the match was most likely the runout of CSK captain MS Dhoni from where CSK didn’t recover completely. Yet, Shane Watson brought them back in the game when he disptached Malinga for three sixes in the eighteenth over.
Jasprit Bumrah bowled a brilliant 19th over wherein he gave just nine runs. MI captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and chose to bat in IPL 2019 Final against CSK. Quinton de Kock (29 off 17) and Rohit Sharma (15 off 14) got Mumbai Indians to a solid start. de Kock was progressively touchy of the two batsmen and struck three sixes off Deepak Chahar in the fourth over of their innings. de Kock fell in the extremely next over off the bowling of Shardul Thakur.
Deepak Chahar returned unequivocally in his next over as he dismissed Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma and put Mumbai Indians on the backfoot. Suryakumar Yadav and Ishan Kishan built a decent partnership and when things were looking good for them, they both fell in quick succession. Birthday boy Kieron Pollard, who turned 32, played a brilliant knock (41 off 25 balls) to help his side reach a respectable total of 149/8.
But they managed to win their second final by 1 run in the end and held their nerves fantastically in the last over to win their fourth title.