IPL Champions 2020 – Mumbai Indians
Rohit Sharma led defending Indian champions Mumbai to an unmatched fifth IPL title in Dubai on Tuesday, dismantling the capitals of Delhi in the top clash with his famous sleek stick and tactical insight. Rohit’s 68 aristocrat on 51 balls made it a counter climax with the Mumbai Indians chasing the 157 target on 18.4 overs.
Five IPL titles will make Rohit the undisputed player and undisputed leader of Numero Uno in the IPL universe. This edition has been made more difficult by the COVID-19 pandemic and the bi-bubbles players have had to endure.
Man of the Final – Trent Boult
Trent Boult took the opportunity against his former team in the IPL final. His first forays into the Delhi Capitals batting order put the Mumbai Indians in the top right at the start of the game.
“Some days I like the power play. It’s been a good few months, which gives the franchise a good start. With everything going on, I was greeted on the side. For crossing the line, it was worth it. I wasn’t aware of the conversation, but I had a little crush on the game. I wanted to be on stage and happy to have passed. I would like to say that I am relatively experienced. Just another match, and I was clear what I needed to do. I tried to take a few wickets at the start, to swing the new ball a bit, that was my role in the team, ”he said on receiving the award.
Emerging player – Devdutt Padikkal
In a total of 15 games, Devdutt Padikkal of the Royal Challengers Bangalore completed 473 races including five 50s and 124.8 SR. Ishan Kishan receives the award on behalf of Devdutt Padikkal.
Fairplay Award – Mumbai Indians
In addition to the winners trophy, Mumbai Indians also win the Fairplay Award. The skipper Rohit Sharma comes to collect the prize.
Game Changer – KL Rahul
Hardik Pandya has just received the Gamechanger of the Season award on behalf of Kings XI Punjab skipper KL Rahul.
Super Forward – Kieron Pollard
The Mumbai Indians take another award this season as Kiron Pollard wins the season’s super forward with the highest strike rate of 191.42 this season.
Most of the six – Ishan Kishan
Ishan Kishan of Mumbai Indians took home the most-of-six award after beating a total of 30 clubs across the border in 14 appearances this season.
Power Player – Trent Boult
Trent Boult has superb summer throughout the season to take wickets power play. He claimed 15 wickets @ 6.8 eco and 3 young girls in powerplay.
Purple cap – Kagiso Rabada
Delhi Capitals’ Kagiso Rabada won the Purple Cap after finishing top of the table with a total of 30 wickets at the end of IPL 2020.
Orange cap – KL Rahul
The Kings XI Punjab were out of the IPL play-off race, but their skipper KL Rahul finished ahead to win the Orange Cap with 670 points. “Winning the orange cap is nice, but it would have been nicer if we had gone further in the tournament. However, I have learned a lot about being a leader of this tournament, ”he said.
Most Valuable Player – Jofra Archer
“Really grateful to receive the award. It hasn’t been so good for the team, and I hope it showed what I can do and I hope it helps the team a bit later.