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IPL 2019 final highlights: MI beat CSK by 1 run in a last-ball nail biter |

IPL 2019 final highlights: MI beat CSK by 1 run in a last-ball nail biter |

IPL 2019 Final, MI vs CSK Highlights: Mumbai record fourth time champion by defeating Chennai by just 1 run

Opener Shane Watson scored a fine 80 for Chennai Super Kings but despite that Mumbai Indians won the final match by 1 run in the final ball. Mumbai scored 149 for 8 wickets. The Chennai team could score 148 runs for 7 in 20 overs.

  • Mumbai record fourth time champion by defeating Chennai by 1 run

  • Highlights:

Rohit Sharma's captaincy team Mumbai Indians won by 1 run, final match

IPL 2019 final highlights: MI beat CSK by 1 run in a last-ball nail biter |
IPL 2019 final highlights: MI beat CSK by 1 run in a last-ball nail biter |

Mumbai Indians made 149 for 8, Chennai posted 148 for 148

Chennai Super Kings opener Shane Watson's innings of 80 runs, 8 fours and 4 sixes

Kieron Pollard scored an unbeaten 41 not out against Mumbai, Deepak Chahar has 3 wickets

Opener Rohit Sharma's captaincy, Mumbai Indians defeated Chennai Super Kings by scoring just one run in the very exciting final, and recorded the distinction of becoming the IPL champion for the fourth time. Mumbai Indians, batting first, scored 149 for 8 in the title match at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium here on Sunday. After this Chennai team could score only 148 runs at 7 for 7 despite Shane Watson (80).

Shane Watson came in to chase the target of 150 runs, for the Chennai team, Shane Watson scored 8 fours and 4 sixes in 59 balls but he could not win the team. Man of the match, Mumbai pacer Jaspreet Bumrah hit two wickets for 14 runs. Apart from them, Kunal Pandya, Pacer Lasith Malinga and Rahul Chahar got 1-1 wickets. The Mumbai team made their title after 2017. He had earlier become a champion in 2013 and 2015.

  • Cool Shane Watson

IPL 2019 final highlights: MI beat CSK by 1 run in a last-ball nail biter |
IPL 2019 final highlights: MI beat CSK by 1 run in a last-ball nail biter |

Watson was on one end and he completed the 19th half-century of IPL career with 44 balls. He was lucky and left his catch three times away from Mumbai players. Watson had scored an unbeaten 17 not out in the last season's final against Sunrisers Hyderabad. Shane Watson was run out on the fourth ball of the last over and the match was overturned from here. Lasith Malinga won the final over of the last ball by Shastri Thakur. Watson, with the Dwayne Bravo (15), made a 51-run 50-over 50-run partnership for the fifth wicket. Bravo to Bumrah

  • First blow to Chennai

Chennai Super Kings got their first blow in the fourth over of 33 runs on the team score and Opener Faf du Plessis (26) was stumped by Quinton de Kock on the ball of the Kunal Pandya. Du Plessis hit 3 fours and one six in 13 balls. In the Powerplay, Chennai scored 53 runs for the loss of 1 wicket.

  • Raina, Rayudu and Dhoni returned quickly

Suresh Raina could not do anything special, and only 8 runs from 14 balls, padded out on Rahul Chahar's ball. Shane Watson with them, however, added 37 runs for the second wicket. Ambati Rayudu (1) caught by Jaspreet Bumrah on the backfoot. After this, skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni (0) got run out on the direct throw of Isha Kishan in the chakkar's chakkar. Chennai's 4 wickets fell to a score of 82.

  • Mumbai stops at 149

Chennai Super Kings made 149 runs in 8 wickets for Mumbai Indians with the best performance of bowlers led by fast bowler Deepak Chahar. Kieron Pollard (41 *) scored the highest runs from Mumbai while Quinton de Coch scored 29 runs with 4 sixes but his team lost wickets at regular intervals. Chahar took 3 for 26, while Imran Tahir (2 for 23) and Shardul Thakur (2 for 37) also bowled well.

  • Chahar , Only 6 runs given in the last 3 overs

IPL 2019 final highlights: MI beat CSK by 1 run in a last-ball nail biter |
IPL 2019 final highlights: MI beat CSK by 1 run in a last-ball nail biter |

Pacey Deepak Chahar would have to be praised because De Kock had scored 20 runs in his second over with the help of 3 sixes but this fast bowler only gave 6 runs in the remaining three overs. They are also included in the 19th over in which they have scored four runs.

  • Rohit selected batting

The first batting line-up in the 3 IPL final played between Mumbai and Chennai was won by the first and Rohit Sharma, who won the toss and decided to bat first, did not surprise anyone.

  • Opener of Mumbai returned to powerplay

  • Rohit Sharma and Quinton de Kock

In the powerplay, both of Mumbai's openers were seated in the Pavilion. Shardul, after catching De Koq to wicketkeeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, chipped his stomach and Chahar in the next over forced Rohit to get caught behind the wicket. Chahar was on top of the order, after Mumbai's score of 45 runs in two overs after 6 overs. De Kock hit four sixes in his 17-ball knock, while Rohit hit one four and a six in 14 balls.

Yadav and Ishaan showed patience
Suryakumar Yadav (15 runs in 17 balls, 1 choke) and young batsman Ishaan Kishan (23 runs in 26 balls, 3 fours) preferred to save the wicket. Both of them added 37 runs for the third wicket. In the middle, only 13 runs were scored in 4 overs. Dhoni handed the ball to Tahir in the 12th over and he bowled Suryakumar on the other ball, while Thakur took the catch of the new batsman Krunal Pandya (7) with his own catch.

  • Pollard's contribution

Kieron Pollard hit a six off Tahir in the 15th over to give the team a three-digit score but South African leg-spinner took Kishen into the same over and fixed the 'Purple Cap' in IPL 2019. This was Taher's 26th wicket and he left behind compatriot Rabada (25 wickets in 12 games). Pollard scored 25 balls in his nba In the innings, 3 fours and 3 sixes in the studded.

Mumbai lost 3 wickets in last 2 overs
All-rounder Hardik Pandya (16 off 10 balls) when Suresh Raina left his catches while playing 4 runs. In this over of Thakur, Pollard and Hardik scored 16 runs with 1-1 sixes. Chahar, however, relieved Hardik in the next over and brought relief to Chennai. Mumbai scored only 13 runs in the last 2 overs and lost 3 wickets in the meantime. Deepak Chahar hit Hardik on the second ball of the 19th over and hit his brother Rahul Chahar (0) on the fourth ball. Then Mitchell McClenaghan (0) was run out.

  • IPL 2019: Sachin said, Turning point of Dhoni being run out

ipl 2019 final Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings at hyderabad record 4th time champion match report and highlights

IPL 2019: Sachin said that the turning point of the match being Dhoni's run-out

After the final match, Sachin Tendulkar said that Mahendra Singh Dhoni's run-out was the most important moment of the match. Dhoni scored two runs and Ishan Kishan was run out on a direct throw.

Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings by 1 run to win the fourth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) title on Sunday. In the exciting final match played in Hyderabad on Sunday, they beat Chennai by 1 run and win the final ball. Following the victory, Mumbai Indians mentor Sachin Tendulkar said that the run-out of captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was an important reason for the defeat of the CSK team.

He said that besides this Jaspreet Bumrah's bowling was also very important. Sachin said that Malinga's previous over was expensive, but Bumrah had largely balances him. Bumrah took 1 for 14 in four overs.

Batting first, winning the toss, Mumbai scored 149 for 8 wickets. The match changed many times but in the end, the Mumbai team won the title by defeating their neck and making their own name. Chennai team could score 148 runs in 7 overs in 20 overs.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni scored two runs in the 13th over of Chennai innings and ran out at the throw of Ishan Kishan. Dhoni wanted to steal runs at Overthrow, but Kishan hit straight the wicket and Dhoni remained out of the crease. After this, pressure on Shane Watson on the other end increased. Sachin said this time as important for the match. Watson played an 80-run innings but he did not have enough for the team. On the last ball of the match, Lasith Malinga gave Shardul Thakur LBW to the match and trophy to Mumbai.

Sachin also praised the young leg-spinner Rahul Chahar. He said that I had expressed my opinion about the Chihar after the first match and I think the tactics are fantastic bowlers. Sachin said that I think spinners have bowled very well. At the same time, he did not forget to praise the hearty Pandya. He said that Pandya played several useful innings for the team on important occasions.

  • IPL Final - MI vs CSK: Polluted by umpire Pollard

  • sachin tendulkar says ms dhoni's run-out was the key

  • IPL final- MI vs CSK: Polluted by the umpire

In the IPL final match, when the umpire did not give a ball a wide contract as expected by Mumbai batsman Karyan Pollard, he looked a little angry. Angry, Pollard did something like this in his reaction.

Mumbai Indians batsman Kieron Pollard is not only known of his knockout batting in the Indian Premier League (IPL) but his method of opposing is also discussed in the discussion. On Sunday, in the IPL final against Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in Hyderabad, Kieron Pollard appeared to oppose a decision by the umpire in his separate form.

What happened? The last over of Mumbai's innings was going on. Birthday Boy Pollard was batting on the crease and Deepak Chahar was bowling on the other side. The second ball of the over was far from the wicket, but Pollard was playing close to Tremeline (Wide Ball mark), so the umpire did not give it wide. The next ball was quite outside again and this time Pollard dropped a bit but the ball was still quite far. The umpire did not give it too wide Pollard bounced his bat in the air in displeasure.

Afterwards Pollard took the guard for the next ball and during the run-down of Dwayne Bravo, the three stumps left behind and almost reached the batting on the corner of the pitch. Bravo did not load his bowling action after seeing this and he stopped from throwing the ball. After this the umpires went and talked to this Caribbean player. Ampires explained to them that they can not do this.

Pollard was advised to stay calm on the field in 2015 by the umpires. After this he came on the ground with a tape on his face. Many of his actions criticized this.

IPL 2019: Orange Cap, Tahir to Purple Next article

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Sunrisers Hyderabad batsman David Warner will be eligible for Orange Cap in IPL 2019. He played only 12 matches, but during this period he scored 692 runs.

David Warner of Sunrisers Hyderabad played only 12 matches in IPL 2019 but in spite of that, he managed to get the orange cap for the batsman who scored the highest runs in a single season while Imran Tahir of Chennai Super Kings. 

  • Purple Cap to take most wickets at the top

Warner scored 692 runs in 12 innings with an average of 69.20 and strike rate of 143.86, which included one century and eight half-centuries. After this, he returned home in connection with the preparations for the World Cup but he kept the orange cap and finally got the award for him.

This is the third occasion when Warner has achieved Orange Cap. Earlier, he had achieved Orange Cap by scoring 562 in 2017 and 641 in 2017. Purple Cap South African leg-spinner Tahir, who got the most wickets in any one season, got it. He took 26 wickets in 17 matches. He left behind compatriot fast bowler Kagiso Rabada, who had taken 25 wickets in 12 matches for Delhi Capitals.

Tahir has also become the highest wicket-taker in any one season. He broke the record of 24-24 wickets of Sunil Narine (2012) and Harbhajan Singh (2013). He became the second spinner to take the purple cap after Pragyan Ojha (21 wickets in 2010).

West Indian all-rounder Andre Russell made the most of the 52 sixes in this season. Russell, who plays for Kolkata Knight Riders, is the second Caribbean batsman to be crowned in the IPL for most sixes in IPL. Chris Gayle has done this in four times (2011, 2012, 2013 and 2015). Gayle has scored 34 sixes this time. The record of putting the maximum number of sixes in a single session is only on Gayle's name. He made 59 sixes in 2012.

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