IPL 2019 Final, MI vs CSK Last Over Against Chennai Super Kings: The Mumbai Indians team decided to bat first before winning the toss. Earlier, batting first, Mumbai scored 149 runs in 20 overs. Chennai was to score 150 runs in 20 overs. Chennai needed 9 runs in the 20th over.
IPL 2019 Final, MI vs CSK Last Over – Mumbai Season 12 title Mumbai Indians beat Hyderabad on Sunday. In the thrilling encounter, Dhoni’s team got one wicket in the hands of Rohit’s army.
With this win, Mumbai’s team has recorded the record of winning the IPL most of the time. Earlier, both Chennai and Mumbai teams had recorded the record of doing this three to three times.
But with the win this time, Mumbai’s team has named it the IPL title for the fourth time. This victory for Mumbai was not so easy.
In this high-voltage match lasting till the last over, it was felt that Chennai have lost the game but after a ball all the match turned upside down. Here’s what happened in the last over of the match in the last over.
The Mumbai Indians team decided to bat first before winning the toss. Earlier, batting first, Mumbai scored 149 runs in 20 overs.
Chennai were to score 150 runs in 20 overs. Chennai needed 9 runs in the 20th over. Captain Rohit Sharma caught the ball in the last over to Lasith Malinga. Shane Watson was on strike and Ravindra Jadeja on non-strikes.
First ball: Malinga cast a yorker ball on the first ball of this over. Watson made a shot in the long direction and scored a run.
Chennai needed 9 runs in the 20th over. Lasith Malinga took charge of the last over and was Shane Watson on the strike.
Malinga cast a yorker ball on the leg stump. Watson took a run by playing a shot in the direction of Long On. After that the team needed eight runs in five balls.
Second ball: Malinga was once again trying to put the yorker and he bowled a low full toss on the middle stump. Jadeja played a shot in the direction of the bowler and took one run. After this ball, Chennai needed 7 runs in 4 balls.
Third ball: Malinga casted a yorker out of the leg stump, which Watson piled up for long over and quickly took two runs. Now CSK needed 6 runs in 3 balls.
Fourth ball: Malinga cast a yorker off the off stump. Watson played a shot in the direction of Point and easily scored a single Jadeja called for a second run.
Kunal Pandya gave the wicketkeeper accurate throw and Watson had to lose his wicket. With the fall of one wicket in Chennai. Chennai needed four runs in two balls and instead of Watson, Shardul Thakur landed on the crease.
Fifth ball: On Malinga’s ball, in the direction of Backward Square, Shardul played the shot and finished with two runs. Now Chennai needed two runs in a ball to win.
Sixth ball: Malinga cast a slow and slow yorker ball on the middle stump. The batsmen wanted to play the shot on the leg side but failed.
After the strong appeal of Pagadha, the umpire lifted the finger and the match was made by Mumbai.