IPL 2019 Final, MI vs CSK Full Highlights

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Hardik Pandya, MS Dhoni, IPL 2019, CSK vs KXIP
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IPL 2019 Final, MI vs CSK Full Highlights: Dhoni’s total number of victims in the IPL has reached 132 and in this way, he has left behind Dinesh Karthik. Dhoni took two catches in the IPL final against Mumbai Indians.

IPL 2019 Final, MI vs CSK: Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni became the most successful wicket-keeper in the history of IPL on Sunday.

Dhoni’s total number of victims in the IPL has reached 132 and in this way, he has left behind Dinesh Karthik. Dhoni took two catches in the IPL final against Mumbai Indians.

His name now includes 94 catches and 38 stumpouts. There are 131 victims in the name of Kartik, while Robin Uthappa has taken 90 prey.

Dhoni achieved this feat by taking a catch of Rohit Sharma on the delivery of Deepak Chahar. Earlier, he took the catch of Quintin Dicoc on the ball of Shardul Thakur.

In the previous three matches played between Mumbai and Chennai, the first team to win the first was won by Rohit Sharma and when he decided to bat first, nobody was surprised, but both the opener of Mumbai in the power-play will sit in the pavilion Were.

When Shardul caught De Koq at the hands of wicket-keeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Chahahar forced Rohit to get caught behind in the next over.

Chahar’s over came to an end, after six overs, Mumbai scored 45 runs for two wickets. Suryakumar Yadav (15 off 17 balls) and Ishan Kishan (23 off 26 balls) preferred to save the wicket. In the middle, only 13 runs were scored in four overs.

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Dhoni handed the ball to Tahir in the 12th over and he bowled Suryakumar on the other ball, while Thakur took the catch of new batsman Krunal Pandya (seven) by ripping his own ball.

Pollard hit Tahir in the 15th over with a six in the third digit but South African leg spinner took Kishen into the same over and fixed the ‘Purple Cap’ in his IPL 2019. This was Tahir’s 26th wicket and he followed compatriot Kagiso Rabada (25 out of 12 matches).

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