The match got here to an finish on Tuesday as Mumbai Indians defeated Delhi Capitals in the closing to elevate the title. Mumbai defeated Delhi by 5 wickets at the Dubai International Stadium.
Initially, the match was scheduled to begin in March but it surely was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. With a number of pointers in place, the competitors started on September 19 in the UAE.
“The experience in UAE was made better by a fantastic bunch of people by my side. Grateful for the opportunity to go out there and play cricket again. Thank you to everyone involved at @DelhiCapitals- my teammates, coaches, management, and fans,” Dhawan tweeted.
The expertise in UAE was made higher by a improbable bunch of folks by my facet. Grateful for the opportunity to go… https://t.co/bJ8VT67eQT
— Shikhar Dhawan (@SDhawan25) 1605085223000
Earlier in the day, Delhi Capitals’ Ravichandran Ashwin had hailed the efforts of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for pulling off the match amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“It wasn’t our night!! @DelhiCapitals Well done @mipaltan, deserved winners and so clinical through the tournament @ImRo45 @ShreyasIyer15. Last but definitely not the least, it was a terrific effort by the @IPL @BCCI to pull off a tournament like this during these tough times,” Ashwin had tweeted.
It wasn’t our night time!! @DelhiCapitals Well completed @mipaltan , deserved winners and so scientific by means of the match… https://t.co/JowM5516NW
— Ashwin 🇮🇳 (@ashwinravi99) 1605083108000
During the closing, Rohit Sharma had performed a knock of 68 runs to assist Mumbai Indians chase down the goal of 157, set by the Delhi Capitals after opting to bat first. From Delhi, Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant had scored their respective half-century to put a decent complete on the board.
With this victory, Mumbai Indians claimed their fifth IPL title. The franchise had earlier gained the match in 2013, 2015, 2017, and 2019.