Who win IPL 2020 final, Mumbai Indian

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Who win IPL 2020 final, Mumbai Indian, Delhi Capitals

Who win IPL 2020 final, Mumbai Indian, Delhi Capitals
Mumbai Indian wins there 5th title today after beating Delhi Capitals

Today Mumbai Indians played their 6th IPL final against Delhi Capital. Have you know Who win IPL 2020 final. Here are the details regarding the IPL 2020 Final.

Mumbai Indians beat Delhi capital in IPL 2020 final by 5 wickets, today. Mumbai Indians win the 5th IPL title today after beating Delhi Capital. This is the first time Mumbai Indians win the title in even year.

Mumbai Indians IPL History

Mumbai Indians win IPL title 5 times. Here are the details,

  • 2013 – Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings in Kolkata.
  • 2015 – Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings in Kolkata.
  • 2017 – Mumbai Indians beat Rising Pune Supergiants in Hyderabad.
  • 2019 – Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings in Hyderabad.
  • 2020 – Mumbai Indians beat Delhi Capital in Dubai.

Highlights Relating to IPL 2020 final match

Who win IPL 2020 final:- MI have broken their odd-number jinx as ruthlessly as Bumrah has been breaking toes – and they’ve done so fittingly by lifting the IPL 2020 trophy – the only side to win consecutive IPL trophies since CSK in 2010 and 2011.

It’s been as clinical as it gets – even without Rohit and half an all-rounder in Hardik Pandya, MI’s young batsmen came of age; Boult and Bumrah, their BB gun bowling attack blew oppositions apart, and of course, Pandya and Pollard turned stadiums into slaughterhouses in the last five overs.

There was simply no beating them this year – perhaps the most invincible side in competitive men’s cricket since I daresay, the Australian side of 2007, whose captain ironically sits glum-faced in the opposition’s dugout today. Mumbai Indians, fittingly, have retained the trophy in a mismatch of a final.

Who win IPL 2020 final:- Mumbai Indians | The final feeling: 

It was quite clear Mumbai was familiar with the final feeling. QdK and Rohit just came at the DC bowlers, who didn’t know what hit them right at the beginning.

They hit them where it hurt – their express-pacers. And from thereon, other than the melodrama in that Suryakumar runout, it was all Mumbai Indians. Their captain broke yet another jinx today, that of not scoring in finals, and took them home with a helping hand from young Ishan Kishan, who has truly come of age this IPL.

As for Jasprit Bumrah, who’s out for an interview right now – he did mention he’d gladly trade his purple cap for the IPL trophy. The IPL final has been little more than a formality in the recent past, though seriously, who doesn’t like a good ol’ underdog story? It wouldn’t have been right if a performance that clinical didn’t bear the sweet fruit of victory.

Delhi Capitals | The almost-Cinderella story

My heavily duct-taped heart breaks for DC. With a solitary win in six games until Q1, every experiment magically worked out in Q2 – the lamb was cooked so well it came clean out of the bone.

We should have known then, that it was all too good to last. It’s not quite the Cinderella story we needed. It’s as close to an effective cure for mind-numbing monotony, as it can possibly get. 13 years, a change in their moniker, jerseys, countless auctions, a rookie captain, and finally – they had an appearance in a final to show for it.

One step further? Nah, after a solitary win in six matches, it was a little too good to be true – surprisingly, it’s been their quicks who took some serious stick and let them down today, as opposed to their spinners, who were economical. Kudos to Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant to put up a good total on the board after early setbacks – but it wasn’t quite enough on the night.

Award ceremony after the IPL 2020 final

  1. Emerging Player:- Devdutt Padikkal | Emerging Player (473 runs, 5 fifties, SR: 124.8) Ishan Kishan proxies for young Devdutt, receives the award on his behalf: It’s a really great achievement for me and gives me great confidence for whatever lies ahead.
  2. Mumbai Indians win the Fairplay award too – Rohit Sharma comes and collects the award. MI have looted everything this season!
  3. KL Rahul is the “game-changer” of the season – Hardik Pandya receives the award on KL’s behalf.
  4. Kieron Pollard is the super-striker of the season, with the highest strike-rate of 191.42 this season. Another award into the MI kitty.
  5. Ishan Kishan wins the award for the most sixes this season – he’s clubbed 30 of them across the boundary!
  6. Trent Boult is the “Powerplayer” of the season, for his incredible performance within the powerplay overs, winning the award five times this season.
  7. Kagiso Rabada | Purple Cap (Most wickets: 30, ER: 8.34, Avg: 18.26, SR: 13.13)
  8. KL Rahul | Orange Cap (Most runs: 670, Avg: 55.83, SR 129.34, 58 fours, 23 sixes): A big thank you to all the supporters. Winning the orange cap feels nice, but it would’ve been nicer if we had gone further in the tournament. However, I got to learn a lot about being a leader in this tournament.
  9. Jofra Archer | Most Valuable Player (20 wickets, 175 dots, 5 catches, 10 sixes): Really grateful to receive the award. It didn’t go as well for the team, and hopefully, this has shown what I can do and I hope it helps the team a little more later.
  10. Shreyas Iyer | DC (runners-up) captain (collects a cheque of INR12,50,00,000): Ricky, the amount of freedom he gives us is outstanding. The way he motivates players is simply amazing. His team meetings and motivational speeches it quite incredible. The IPL always amazes you, it’s one of the toughest leagues to play. I’m overwhelmed to be part of it, and I’m really proud of my boys, the way they have played to reach the final, it’s not easy. Winning the IPL would have been better, but we will see to it that we lift the trophy next year. I would like to thank our fans, and we’re thankful for all the support that has been showered on us throughout the season.
  11. Rohit Sharma | MI (winning) captain (Receives a cheque of INR 20,00,00,000) I’m quite happy with how things went the whole season. We said at the start that we need the winning habit. We couldn’t have asked for anything more, right on the money from ball 1 and we never looked back. I think a lot of credit goes to the people who worked behind the scenes – often they go unnoticed. Our work started long before the IPL started, and we wanted to make sure we filled the gaps in previous seasons. I had to find the balance to get the best out of them. I’m not someone who can run behind them with a stick, and it’s important to instill confidence in the players. Krunal, Hardik, and Pollard have done their job for a long time, they know their roles. Rahul missed out today, and we need to make sure we put an arm around him and assure him that he didn’t do anything wrong and that it was a tactical move. We made sure Ishan and Surya had confidence – just have to let Ishan loose, and Surya is a more mature player. The kind of form he was in, I should have sacrificed my wicket for Surya. But throughout the tournament, he has played some incredible shots. Unfortunately, we couldn’t have the fans at the stadium. We missed playing at the Wankhede and hopefully, we can get back there next year.

IPL History

1. Overseas player winning Man of the Match in IPL finals

K Pollard MI v CSK 2013
B Cutting SRH v RCB 2016
S Watson CSK v SRH 2018
T Boult MI v DC 2020

2. Indian players winning Orange Cap

Sachin Tendulkar 618 runs in 2010
Robin Uthappa 660 runs in 2014
Virat Kohli 973 runs in 2016
KL Rahul 670 runs in 2020

3. Fewest players used by a team an IPL season

14 CSK (2015) – finished 2nd
15 MI (2018) – finished 5th
15 MI (2020) – champions
16 KKR (2018) – finished 3rd

4. Teams finishing top of points table winning IPL

RR in 2008
MI in 2017
MI in 2019
MI in 2020

IPL 2020 Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capital Match Facts

  • Match – MI vs DC, Final, Indian Premier League 2020
  • Date: – Tuesday, November 10, 2020
  • Toss: – Delhi Capitals won the toss and opt to bat
  • Time – 7:30 PM
  • Venue: – Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai
  • Umpires: – Nitin Menon, Chris Gaffaney
  • Third Umpire: – Anil Kumar Chaudhary
  • Match Referee: – Javagal Srinath

Mumbai Indians Squad:


Quinton de Kock (wk), Rohit Sharma (c), Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Krunal Pandya, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Jayant Yadav, Trent Boult, Jasprit Bumrah


Saurabh Tiwary, James Pattinson, Dhawal Kulkarni, Aditya Tare, Mitchell McClenaghan, Chris Lynn, Anmolpreet Singh, Anukul Roy, Mohsin Khan, Sherfane Rutherford, Digvijay Deshmukh, Prince Balwant Rai, Rahul Chahar

Delhi Capitals Squad:


Marcus Stoinis, Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane, Shreyas Iyer (c), Shimron Hetmyer, Rishabh Pant (wk), Axar Patel, Ravichandran Ashwin, Kagiso Rabada, Praveen Dubey, Anrich Nortje


Harshal Patel, Prithvi Shaw, Daniel Sams, Mohit Sharma, Alex Carey, Avesh Khan, Sandeep Lamichhane, Keemo Paul, Tushar Deshpande, Lalit Yadav

Venue Guide

Stadium: Dubai International Cricket Stadium

City: Dubai

Capacity: 25,000

Ends: Emirates Road End, Dubai Sports City End

Hosts to: United Arab Emirates