IPL 2020: Learn 5 special things of Mumbai Indians team for the 5th time

Under the leadership of Rohit Sharma, Mumbai Indians have won the IPL title for the fifth time. Captain Rohit Sharma’s 68-run knock and Trent Boult’s lethal bowling helped Mumbai beat Delhi Capitals by five wickets in the final. After winning the toss, Delhi Capitals scored 156 for seven wickets. Mumbai Indians achieved this target by scoring 157 runs in 18.4 overs losing five wickets.

This time, the last time winner in the IPL, Mumbai Indians was considered a favorite team for the final from the beginning. Mumbai’s team was balanced in every respect. The most important thing is that the team did not rely solely on the performance of the big players. Different players contributed to every match. Let us know 5 special things of Mumbai team:

1. Captain like Rohit Sharma near Mumbai

Mumbai Indians have a captain like Rohit Sharma who does not lose his patience under difficult circumstances. Rohit, who plays an opener in the team, is also a successful captain in the IPL than Dhoni. While Dhoni has won the IPL title three times, Rohit has done this feat five times.

2. The most dangerous bowler Bumrah

Mumbai have dangerous bowlers like Lasith Malinga and Jaspreet Bumrah. However, this time Malinga, who took the highest wicket in the IPL, was not part of the Mumbai team. However, his shortcoming was made up by New Zealand fast bowler Trent Boult. In IPL 2020, Trent Boult (25) and Bumrah (27) together took 52 wickets.

3. Young players like Ishan Kishan and Rahul Chahar

The young wicket-keeper batsman from Jharkhand played a key role in making Mumbai Indians champions. Kishan, who got a chance in the last 11 when Saurabh Tiwary was injured, scored 516 runs at an excellent average of 57.33. He also hit the maximum 30 sixes during the season. He also batted brilliantly while opening the innings during the injury of captain Rohit Sharma. Leg-spinner Rahul Chahar also took 15 wickets in 15 matches.

4. Quinton de Kock and Surya Kumar Yadav’s form

Surya Kumar Yadav scored more than four in the IPL for the third consecutive year. Yadav has scored 1416 runs in the last 44 matches with 10 half-centuries. Quinton de Kock, who played the role of wicketkeeper and opener, scored more than 500 runs for the second consecutive year. In IPL 2020, Di Kock scored 503 and Suryakumar scored 480 thanks to four fifties.

5. All-rounder trio of Krunal, Hardik and Pollard

The strongest side of the Mumbai team is its trio of all-rounders. This time Hardik Pandya may not have been bowling but he played explosive innings. Pandya scored a strike-rate of 281 runs of 179 which included 25 sixes. Kieron Pollard scored 268 runs at a strike rate of 191, which included 22 sixes. In the last overs, these batsmen were rocking.

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