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IPL 2019 Final, MI vs CSK Highlights: Mumbai Indians win by one run in tense finish

IPL 2019 Final, MI vs CSK Highlights: Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings in a blockbuster final in Hyderabad.

IPL 2019 Final, MI vs CSK Highlights: Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings in a blockbuster final. (BCCI/IPL)

IPL 2019 Final, MI vs CSK Highlights: Mumbai Indians became the first team to win four IPL titles after defeating Chennai Super Kings by one run in a thrilling final, on Sunday. For CSK, Shane Watson hit a well-calculated 80-run knock before being run out. Faf du Plessis scored 26 runs but the yellow army ultimately fell short by a solitary run.

MI vs CSK: Full Scorecard

Earlier, batting first Mumbai Indians posted 149/8 against Chennai Super Kings in the IPL final. Kieron Pollard top-scored for MI with an unbeaten 41 off 25 balls. Deepak Chahar was the star with the ball picking up 3/26 while Shardul Thakur and Imran Tahir took two wickets each for CSK.

Indian Premier League, 2019Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad 14 October 2019

Mumbai Indians 149/8 (20.0)


Chennai Super Kings 148/7 (20.0)

Match Ended ( Day - Final ) Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings by 1 run

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IPL 2019, MI vs CSK: Highlights

Mumbai Indians lift the title


Winning captain Rohit Sharma collects Rs 20 crore | Sharma: "Throughout the tournament we played some good cricket which was the reason we qualified at the top. We planned to split the tournament into two parts, every thing we did as a team we got the rewards for them. We have a squad of 25 players, everyone came in at some stage and did the job; the support-staff as well."

Runners up

MS Dhoni collects Rs 12.5 crore | Dhoni: "As a team we had a good season. But we need to go back and reflect on how we reached the finals. It's not one of those years where. The middle order wasn't great, and in IPLs it is very funny as to how both these teams are only passing on the trophies from one team to the other. Both teams made a lot of mistakes, they made one lesser mistake."

Most Valuable Player

Andre Russell for his incredible consistency.  Another 10 lakhs for the Russell. Shubhman Gill will collect it on his behalf.

Purple Cap

40-year-old Imran Tahir is the winner for picking up 26 wickets. Age is just a number for him. Rs 10,00,000 for him as well.

Orange Cap

David Warner wins the Orange Cap for scoring 692 runs. Laxman collects on his behalf.

Gamechanger of the Season

Gamechanger of the season- Rahul Chahar for his phenomenal season.

Stylish Player of the Season

Rs 10,00,000 to KL Rahul. And look who is there to collect the award- Hardik Pandya will collect the award for him.

Super Striker of the Season

Without any doubt - Andre Russell for striking at a rate of 205. Gill collects the award.

Perfect catch of the season

Kieron Pollard is the winner for his sensational catch of Suresh Raina in the league stage. 100k for him

Fastest Fifty Award

Hardik  Pandya secures it for his 17-ball 50. 100k for him

Fairplay Award

VVS Laxman collects the award on behalf of Sunrisers Hyderabad. Loud cheers for the home team.

Emerging Player

Shubhman Gill wins the emerging player of the year award after a wonderful year with KKR. Rs. 10,00,000

Pitch and Ground Award

Hyderabad Cricket Association and Punjab Cricket Association bag this award.

Man of the Match

For his terrific spell of 2/14 Bumrah gets the man of the match award. Gets Rs. 5,00,000.

Super Striker of the match

Faf du Plessis gets the award. FBB Stylish Player of the Match is Kieron Pollard.

Perfect catch of the match

Shardul Thakur bags the award for his brilliant follow-through catch.

Akash Ambani | Team owner:

"That's Lasith Malinga for you. He's the only bowler to have done it for 10-12 years now. He's a special man in our team. I think it's the environment we create around the team, we treat the entire team as a family. I must credit the efforts of the coaching as well as the back-room staff."

Sachin Tendulkar speaks:

"The key moment was Dhoni's run-out. But also in patches when Bumrah bowled those critical to even out Malinga's one poor over was also crucial. And the last over, thought Malinga finished the game out beautifully. And as for the final, we knew we defended 129 in the final two years ago, so we were confident. I think we have a terrific team - with experience and youth. As Mahela said, Rahul Chahar stands out the way he's bowled this season. Just fabulous."

Mahela Jayawardene speaks:

Coach Mahela Jayawardene: We trusted the group. Great decisions from Rohit to go back to the experienced bowlers. We love close games but we don't want any more though.

Ishan Kishan speaks:

"I think this is the best part of T20. Mumbai Indians are known to make comebacks and we did just that. We lost a few moments, but Hardik got us back with a good over. We created half-chances and that is the most important thing for us. Bumrah is an excellent bowler - I knew he would bowl ten in 12 balls, when I asked him while standing at point how many overs he had to bowl, he said two, and I was confident we were going to win after that."

Lasith Malinga speaks:

" If we conceded one run, then we wouldn't win, and I wanted to win so I got the wicket.I wanted to go for the win. Hence, I went for my wicket-taking ball - the slower ball."

Hardik Pandya speaks:

"Everyone kept telling us that defeating CSK after winning three would've been difficult. We kept telling ourselves. We kept believing that we could make it 4-0. Before I made my debut, I had the Mumbai Indians wallpaper on my phone."

  MI win the match by just 1 run! Incredible end to the game as Malinga gets an lbw off the last ball of the match. Mumbai Indians will now lift their fourth IPL crown. CSK- 148/7 (20 overs). Magnificent campaign by CSK but player for player MI were the superior side. Overall, they were the best team in the tournament.

Run out

Runout! Watson is gone for 80 and CSK still need 4 runs from 2 balls

CSK- 146/6

Four byes

Quinton de Kock has let the ball go for four byes! Can you believe it? CSK need 9 off the last over

CSK- 141/5


GONE! Bravo is caught behind off Bumrah! Is there a twist in the tale? CSK- 133/5, Chennai need 17 runs in 10 balls


SIX! SIX! SIX! Watson has smashed Krunal Pandya for three huge sixes in a row! WOW CSK- 132/4, need 18 runs in 12 balls

Another drop catch

Dropped! Rahul Chahar is the culprit as Watson gets a reprieve for the second time in the innings! Meanwhile, 20 off the Malinga over has turned the momentum back in favour of CSK| CSK- 110/4, 16.2 ovs


Four & 50 for Shane Watson in the finals! 19th in IPL. 50 for Shane Watson off 44 balls! CSK- 103/4, need 47 from 26 balls

Dhoni run out

A direct hit on overthrow & Dhoni is run-out for 2. Huge moment in the match. Ishan Kishan hits the bulls eye! Dhoni will be unhappy with this! CSK- 82/4, 12.4 ovs | There was some confusion as replays showed the batsman not out from side angle while straight camera angle showed it out. Ultimately it is the correct decision.


Watson sweeps and a blunder by Bumrah allows the ball to go for a four. Mumbai cannot afford this, not at this stage. Instead of a single it is now four more to the scoreboard.CSK- 79/3, 12 ovs | Chennai need 70 runs in 46 balls

Caught Behind

WICKET! Jasprit Bumrah's short-ball gets rid of Ambati Rayudu for 1. Dhoni walks in amidst huge cheers. Rayudu was late on the hook and a feather touch goes through to the keeper. CSK lose two quick wickets - is the momentum shifting? CSK- 73/3, need 77 runs in 57 balls


Chahar's trapped Raina in front! The umpire has raised his finger but he's reviewed it. Three reds! Top of the middle! Chahar strikes. CSK- 70/2, need 80 runs in 64 balls


DROPPED! Malinga drops Watson, the centurion in the previous IPL final, on 31! How costly will it be for the Mumbai Indians? Plenty of drama in that Mitch over! CSK - 70/1, 9 ovs

Raina survives

Raina reviews successfully after being given out caught behind off McClenaghan - no spike on ultra-edge. CSK - 56/1,  6.3 ovs

Powerplay Recap: 

Over 1 -- 7 runs
Over 2 -- 5 runs
Over 3 -- 7 runs
Over 4 -- 14 runs
Over 5 -- 5 runs
Over 6 -- 15 runs


Bit of a flier here for CSK, who've definitely had the better of the powerplay despite losing du Plessis. What is it with Watson and T20 finals - 2018 IPL, 2019 PSL and now in the IPL? Powerplay Ends | CSK -53/1, 6 ovs


Stumped! Faf du Plessis is the first CSK wicket to fall. Krunal Pandya celebrates. Pandya fired it wide and Faf couldn't get the bat down in time. Smart work by Quinton de Kock behind the stumps. CSK- 33/1, 4 ovs

Close Shave

Watson survives! A direct hit at the bowler's end would've been curtains. Terrible call for one run as the ball went straight to Ishan Kishan's hands at cover.  Lucky break for Chennai Super Kings again. CSK -19/0, 3 ovs


Krunal Pandya mixing his pace well and two dots to Watson. But the Aussie cuts loose and gets a boundary. Krunal just pitches it a tad too full and Watson cashes in. CSK - 12/0 , 1.4 ovs


Mumbai Indians: Rohit Sharma(c), Quinton de Kock(w), Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan, Krunal Pandya, Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Jayant Yadav, Rahul Chahar, Jasprit Bumrah, Lasith Malinga, Anmolpreet Singh, Ben Cutting, Yuvraj Singh, Mitchell McClenaghan, Mayank Markande, Evin Lewis, Aditya Tare, Siddhesh Lad, Pankaj Jaiswal, Anukul Roy, Barinder Sran, Rasikh Salam, Beuran Hendricks

Chennai Super Kings: Faf du Plessis, Shane Watson, Suresh Raina, Ambati Rayudu, MS Dhoni(w/c), Dwayne Bravo, Ravindra Jadeja, Harbhajan Singh, Deepak Chahar, Shardul Thakur, Imran Tahir, Murali Vijay, Mitchell Santner, Dhruv Shorey, N Jagadeesan, Ruturaj Gaikwad, Scott Kuggeleijn, Kedar Jadhav, Chaitanya Bishnoi, Karn Sharma, Mohit Sharma, KM Asif, Monu Kumar