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IPL 2020: Mumbai Indians Win Their 5th IPL Title, See Full List Of Award Winners

  • November 11, 2020
  • by rashmi
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IPL 2020: Mumbai Indians Win Their 5th IPL Title, See Full List Of Award Winners

Highlights:

  • Mumbai Indians won their 5th IPL title
  • Rohit Sharma reaches multiple milestones after Match 60 of IPL 2020
  • After IPL 2020 Final, tournament awards were handed out, check the full list

Mumbai Indias’ skipper Rohit Sharma, yet again, proved he is the man of the hour as he smashed 68 from 51 balls in the IPL 2020 Final against Delhi Capitals at Dubai International Stadium and helped his side lift the IPL trophy for the 5th time and 2nd time in a row.

Chasing a modest target of 157 runs, MI hit it hard from the very first over as Rohit Sharma hit a six on the 3rd ball of the first over, playing an inning of a captain hitting 5 boundaries and 6 sixes to score 68 runs making sure his team crosses the line with 5 wickets in hand to clinch the IPL title for the 5th time, a feat which has never happened before.

Additionally, getting hands on the IPL titles for the 5th time with Mumbai Indians cements Rohit’s title of Number One player-cum-leader in the IPL tournament. He was also picked as the Gamechanger of the match for his half-century and outstanding captaincy.

List Of Mumbai Indian’ IPL Trophy Wins

  1. 2013 – Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings by 23 runs in final
  2. 2015 – Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings by 41 runs in final
  3. 2017 – Mumbai Indians beat Rising Pune Supergiants by 1 run in final
  4. 2019 – Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings by 1 run in final
  5. 2020 – Mumbai Indians beat Delhi Capitals by five wickets in final

In DC inning, Trent Boult decimated the batting side with 3 for 30 spells with an excellent display of fast bowling, but Delhi Capitals’ skipper Shreyas Iyer’s unbeaten fifty helped Delhi Capitals to reach a decent and respectable score of 156 for a loss seven wickets after the defending champions had them in all sorts of trouble in the summit showdown of the 13th season of the Indian Premier League.

However, MI made the target look too easy as other than Rohit, Quinton de Kock (20), Suryakumar Yadav (19) and Ishan Kishan (33*) also contributed with bat to help Mumbai’s cause.

List of IPL Winners

WinnerYear
Rajasthan Royals2008
Deccan Chargers2009
Chennai Super Kings2010
Chennai Super Kings2011
Kolkata Knight Riders2012
Mumbai Indians2013
Kolkata Knight Riders2014
Mumbai Indians2015
SunRisers Hyderabad2016
Mumbai Indians2017
Chennai Super Kings2018
Mumbai Indians2019
Mumbai Indians2020

Also Read: IPL 2020 Final: Mumbai Indians To Face Delhi Capitals, Rohita Sharma Can Reach 3 Milestones

Milestones Achieved By Rohit Sharma In IPL 2020 Final

  • Rohit continued his record as MI skipper as Mumbai Indians have never lost an IPL final under his captaincy
  • Rohit Sharma is the only captain to score 2 fifties in IPL finals. Before Tuesday’s IPL 2020 Final, Rohit had scored a half century (26 balls) against Chennai Super Kings in Kolkata, in IPL 2015.
  • Rohit also achieved another milestone as he completed 4,000 runs for MI.
  • Rohit also scored 3000 runs in IPL as a captain.
  • In IPL 2020 Final, Rohit also became the second player to make 200 appearances in the tournament after MS Dhoni.
  • Rohit Sharma is the only player to have won 6 IPL trophies, as he won 5 titles with Mumbai Indians and won 1 IPL title for the now-defunct Deccan Chargers back in 2009.

List Of IPL 2020 Award Winners

Most Valuable Player: Jofra Archer (20 wickets, 175 dots, five catches and 10 sixes)

Orange Cap: KL Rahul (Runs: 670, Average: 55.83, Strike-Rate 129.34, 58 fours, 23 sixes)

Purple Cap: Kagiso Rabada (30 wickets, Economy rate 8.34, Average: 18.26, Strike Rate: 13.13)

‘Powerplayer’ Of The Season: Trent Boult (25 wickets, in Powerplay: 16)

Most Sixes: Ishan Kishan (30)

Super-striker Of The Season: Kieron Pollard (Strike rate – 191.42)

Game-changer Of The Season: KL Rahul (976 IPL Fantasy Points)

IPL 2020 Fairplay Award: Mumbai Indians

Emerging Player Award: Devdutt Padikkal (15 matches, 473 runs, five half-centuries)

About The Author

Rashmi

Rashmi loves sports, especially cricket. Breaking the stereotype, she even played at the college level and aspired to join Indian Women’s team, however, due to commitments to her family she had to drop that. Her work still speaks of the love she has for the game. See full bio

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