IPL 2020 Final MI vs DC Highlights: Mumbai Indians scripts history to win 5 IPL titles; beats DC by 5 wickets in IPL 2020 finals

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MI wins IPL 2020

Back to back titles for Mumbai Indians as Rohit Sharma’s men successfully defend the IPL 2020 trophy after winning it in 2019. With this win, Mumbai Indians lifted their 5th IPL trophy and once again gave a testament why they are the best side in the history of IPL.

Scores level; MI lose half their side

Hardik Pandya throws away his wicket. Short from Nortje, Hardik Pandya hits it straight to the fielder at mid-wicket. The scores are level


Rabada manages to take this match for another over. A wicket plus a boundary in this over. Hardik Pandya is the new batsman after Pollard’s dismissal.

MI-154/4 after 18 overs; need more 3 from 12 balls

MI go 4 down

Chopped on. Pollard is not staying till the end to see his team home. Rabada gets a wicket.


Rohit falls to a stunning catch from Lalit Yadav but it’s too late for Delhi. And now Pollard looks in a hurry to finish this match and celebrate the season with the trophy.

MI-147/3 after 17 overs; need more 10 from 18 balls

Big wicket for DC; Rohit Sharma falls for 68

Slow bouncer from Nortje. Rohit Sharma doesn’t connect it and Lalit Yadav pulls off a stunner in the mid-wicket region. Superb knock comes to an end.


Back-to-back boundaries for Ishan through the off-side. Dubey taken to task after a good start.

MI-137/2 after 16 overs


MI-126/2 after 15 overs; need more 31 from 30 balls

Strategic Timeout taken

Axar Patel finishes his spell. Four runs off that over but without a wicket. Unless DC can find a couple of wickets or there’s a collapse, Mumbai are well on their way to lift the IPL trophy for the fifth time

MI-116/2 after 14 overs; need more 41 from 36 balls


Ashwin finishes his spell. No wickets for 28 runs. The last ball to Ishan Kishan is a beauty, the ball turns and almost beats the batsman. But Ishan gets an edge and collects two runs. 10 off the over.

MI-112/2 after 13 overs; need more 45 from 42 balls

100 comes up for MI

Rabada back to bowl the 12th. Rohit Sharma drags one from outside off to smash a four to the leg side. Brings up his 50, off 36 balls. Follows up with another four to the off side. Excellent batting from the MI skipper.

MI- 102/2 after 12 overs; need more 55 from 48 balls

Fifty for Rohit Sharma

Gets to fifty with a pull shot off Rabada and celebrates the milestone with a brilliant square cut.


Suryakumar Yadav sacrifices his wicket for Rohit Sharma as a miscommunication saw Mumbai lose second wicket. Rohit Sharma nears his fifty, Ishan Kishan joins his skipper.

MI-91/2 after 11 overs; need more 66 from 54 balls

MI go 2 down; Suryakumar run-out

Terrible misunderstanding between Rohit and Suryakumar. Suryakumar sacrifices his wicket for team’s skipper. Mumbai needed to avoid this


We reach the halfway mark!

Just when it seemed Delhi were putting pressure on Rohit and Suryakumar, the skipper goes for the aggressive shots. Seven off Axar’s over.

MI-88/1 after 10 overs; need more 69 from 60 balls


 Rohit Sharma is chopping down the target in some style as he smacks Dubey for two huge maximums, one over long-off and then goes over long-on. Mumbai inch closer to their 5th IPL trophy.

MI-81/1 after 9 overs; need more 76 from 66 balls


Axar Patel continues after a small break. Not offering any room to Rohit. Just two from this one. So after initial fireworks, Mumbai have slowed down a bit.

MI-67/1 after 8 overs; need more 90 from 72 balls

Strategic Timeout taken

Rohit has his struggles against wrist-spin so it’s a cautious over with Praveen Dubey coming into the attack.  Both the batsmen are playing  the spinners without taking any risks. Praveen Dubey starts with an excellent over, giving just four runs.

MI-65/1 after 7 overs; need more 92 from 78 balls

End of Powerplay!

MI-61/1 after 6 overs; need more 96 from 84 balls

Fifty up for MI

Marcus Stoinis strikes in his very first ball as he gets the dangerous De Kock. However, Suryakumar Yadav attacks straightaway with a gorgeous punch off the backfoot and then with an audacious six over long leg.

MI-58/1 after 5 overs; need more 99 from 90 balls

De Kock falls for 20

Edge and taken. Marcus Stoinis strikes in his first over with what looked like a off-cutter. Dangerous de Kock walks back to the pavilion.


Short of length from Nortje, sent soaring over midwicket for a six. There was a more finer scoop for a four earlier in the over too. Rohit looks in the mood tonight!

MI-45/0 after 4 overs; need more 112 from 96 balls


Ashwin continues. He has done well to limit the runs in the first five balls but then goes short in the final one and concedes a boundary. de Kock looking in great touch and Delhi should look to remove his wicket as early as possible

MI-33/0 after 3 overs; need more 124 from 17 overs

De Kock on fire; Expensive from Rabada

De Kock attacks as he smacks Rabada for 18 runs in his first over. De Kock continues onslaught with two cruchy boundaries and then picks up Rabada’s length ball and deposits way over the deep mid-wicket.

MI- 26/0 after 2 overs; need more 131 from 18 overs


Rohit was beaten in the air by Ashwin, did not get to the pitch of the ball, but still has enough on this to clear the fielder at long on. So close to another duck, but it’s a six.

MI-8/0 after 1 over

We are underway with MI’s chase

Rohit Sharma and De Kock out for MI; Ashwin to start off proceedings for DC

End of DC’s innings

DC-156/7 after 20 overs

Rabada run out on the last ball of DC’s innings

Iyer gets a thick leading edge that sends the ball down to long off, and pushes for a second run. The throw from long off is a sharp one, and Rabada is ultimately caught short of the non-striker’s end!

Axar falls for 9; DC 6 down

Axar Patel’s cameo cut short by Coulter Nile who has to return back to the pavilion for just 9. Coulter-Nile takes pace off this delivery as Axar goes for a heave towards the leg side. Comfortable catch for substitute fielder Anukul Roy at deep midwicket.


Top stuff from Jasprit Bumrah as he finishes his spell 4-0-28-0 and almost had Iyer trapped. Mumbai went for the review but the on-field decision stayed as it was pitching outside off.

DC-148/5 after 19 overs


Boult returns from the other end and dismisses Hetmyer off the second delivery with a lovely slower bouncer. Axar, the next man in, gets off the mark with a boundary off the second delivery that he faces. Six runs and a wicket from this over as Boult signs off with figures of 3/30.

DC-142/5 after 18 overs

DC lose half their side

A superb change of pace from Boult. It was an off-cutter-bouncer and the WI batsman was way too early into position to play a shot. Ended up hitting it straight to NCN at short-third. FOW-137/5

Costly from Bumrah!

A 11-run over off Bumrah in the death. Iyer keeps the onslaught going after Pant’s exit, collecting a couple of boundaries in addtiion to a brace and a single as he brings up his third half-century of this season.

DC- 136/4 after 17 overs

Half century for Iyer

Fifty up for Shreyas Iyer — his 16th overall in the IPL and his third this season! Gets to the milestone with a brace in the 17th over.


Shreyas Iyer is nearing his half-century and Delhi needs to make a move-on with Shimron Hetmyer in the middle especially with the death overs approaching.

DC-125/4 after 16 overs


Nathan Coulter-Nile strikes to break the 96-run stand and an excellent innings from Rishabh Pant comes to an end. The wicket-keeper batsman made a well-crafted 56 off 38 balls.

DC-118/4 after 15 overs

Coulter Nile gets the breakthrough; Pant falls for 56

Nathan Coulter-Nile finally gets the breakthrough as Rishabh Pant departs after crossing the half-century, pulling a short ball straight to Hardik at fine leg! End of a dangerous looking partnership just four short of the century mark! FOW-118/4

Fifty for Pant!

Pant gets his first half century in this edition and 12th overall! Had been struggling with the bat throughout the tournament, but finally stood up when it mattered the most.


DC- 108/3 after 14 overs

100 comes up for DC; Strategic Timeout taken

Coulter-Nile brought back into the attack, with Mumbai desperate to see the back of one of these two batsmen.  Iyer and Pant, meanwhile, get back to rotating the strike through singles — five of which are collected in this over. The umpire signals another timeout.

DC-100/3 after 13 overs


Shreyas Iyer with a superb maximum over the deep mid-wicket has brought Delhi back into the match and this got to be a very special innings from both Iyer and Pant.

DC-94/3 after 12 overs


Bumrah brought back on to bowl his 2nd over. Smart no-risk batting from the Delhi batsmen against Bumrah to see that over off. Dealing in ones and twos. They wouldn’t have to worry about him till the end now. A good short ball to finish the over, Shreyas plays a ramp that doesn’t carry to Coulter Nile at third man, placed fine.

DC-81/3 after 11 overs

Fifty partnership for Pant-Iyer

We reach the halfway mark!

Rishabh Pant announces his arrival with two massive sixes and he has decided to attack Krunal Pandya. First a maximum straight into the sightscreen and then goes over cow corner.

DC-75/3 after 10 overs

Pant hits first six of the night!

Swift movement of the feet to charge down the track and then a superb extension of the arms to his flat and straight over the bowler’s head for a six.

Strategic Timeout taken

Time-out! Mumbai would be happy with the effort but Delhi’s Iyer and Pant are slowly bringing their team back in the hunt. However, a wicket here will change the game towards Mumbai.

DC-59/3 after 9 overs

Fifty comes up for DC

Another spinner brought into play as Rohit turns to left-arm spinner Krunal Pandya. Pant collects a single off the first, with some good running between the wickets two balls later that allows Iyer to collect a brace. Delhi breach the 50-run mark with a single off the fourth ball. Single off each of the last two deliveries.

DC-51/3 after 8 overs


Pant grabs a couple of doubles after the first ball goes for a dot, the second the result of a misfield by Coulter-Nile at fine leg. Pant runs the ball down the ground for a single off the fifth, followed by a dot as Iyer misses while looking to ramp the ball over the keeper. Five off the over.

DC-46/3 after 7 overs

End of Powerplay!

Another boundary for Shreyas in that Nathan Coulter Nile over, trickled past fine leg. A decent finish to the powerplay for DC.

DC-41/3 after 6 overs


Trent Boult continues, and looks likely he might bowl four on the trot, with Bumrah being saved for the middle and the death overs. Shreyas Iyer, meanwhile, collects his second boundary with a lovely drive through the gap between extra cover and mid off off the second delivery. He follows it up with another four three balls later. All hopes now pinned on Iyer-Pant.

DC-35/3 after 5 overs


Excellent move from Rohit Sharma as he brings in Jayant Yadav and he gets the big fish, Shikhar Dhawan. Delhi all over the place on a big night as Rishabh Pant walks in to join his skipper.

DC-25/3 after 4 overs

Big loss for DC; Dhawan falls for 15

Jayant Yadav gets the breakthrough! What a change by Rohit Sharma! Shatters the stumps with a delivery that turns sharply after pitching along middle. The southpaw went for a mighty heave towards the leg side, but never made contact. FOW-22/3


Two boundaries in that over. Dhawan hit one over off-side, and then Shreyas edged one over slips off a bouncer. Almost gave a return catch too off the last ball. What an over, Boult is getting the ball to talk and then some.

DC-20/2 after 3 overs

Boult strikes again; Rahane falls for 2

Boult has struck again for MI. Rahane is out for the third time against the left-arm seamer as he walks across and edges one to the keeper down the leg side. FOW-16/2


Mumbai on the attack and this is sensational from two top bowlers – Boult and Bumrah. The Indian pacer almost yorked Dhawan with a gem of a delivery. Rahane, meanwhile will look to anchor the innings.

DC-11/1 after 2 overs

Excellent start from MI

Trent Boult strikes and he removes The Hulk, Marcus Stoinis for a duck with a jaffa. Meanwhile, Dhawan gets off the mark with a flick and even Rahane is off the mark.

DC- 5/1 after 1 over

Boult removes Stoinis on first ball for duck!

Trent Boult strikes off the very first delivery of the final! Gets rid of Marcus Stoinis with a delivery that squares up and gets his outside edge before settling nicely in de Kock’s gloves. FOW-0/1

Aaand we are underway!

Dhawan and Stoinis walks out to bat for DC; Boult to start off proceedings for MI

MI Playing XI

Mumbai Indians (Playing XI): Quinton de Kock(w), Rohit Sharma(c), Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Krunal Pandya, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Jayant Yadav, Trent Boult, Jasprit Bumrah

DC Playing XI

Delhi Capitals (Playing XI): Marcus Stoinis, Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane, Shreyas Iyer(c), Shimron Hetmyer, Rishabh Pant(w), Axar Patel, Ravichandran Ashwin, Kagiso Rabada, Praveen Dubey, Anrich Nortje

Toss Results

DC wins toss and opts to bat first


Both teams have left their hotel for tonight’s match

#WATCH UAE: #DelhiCapitals players leave their team hotel in Dubai for the #IPL2020 FINAL match against #MumbaiIndians at Dubai International Cricket Stadium tonight at 7.30 PM IST

This is the first time that Delhi Capitals team is playing in IPL final.

(Earlier visuals ) pic.twitter.com/bTWPTtcyZy

— ANI (@ANI) November 10, 2020

6pmWe are exactly one hour away from toss.Weather Condition & Pitch Report: It rained in Dubai surprisingly, two days ahead of the final. But skies are expected to be clear and the temperature will hover around 29-30 Degree Celsius during the match.Dew has played a crucial role in this IPL, especially in last few matches. Once again, the captains will have it in mind but given the fact that this is in the final, both the teams will look to bat first after winning the toss. Interestingly, both the sides won their previous game batting first and batting big.5.55pm
IPL 2020 Final: Hardik Pandya looks fit to play vs Delhi Capitals, Check out his training session videoMumbai Indians players are leaving no stone unturned in their preparations.The flamboyant Hardik Pandya took to his official Twitter handle and posted a training video of him. He captioned it “We’ve put in the hard yards but it’s show time now! Let’s go, @mipaltan.5pm
IPL 2020 Finals: After hattrick of losses, can DC get 4th time lucky against Mumbai Indians?

Interestingly, Delhi Capitals have failed to garner a single win against Mumbai Indians, losing all the three matches they have locked horns in the ongoing edition of IPL 2020.

After suffering losses in both the league stage matches; Shreyas Iyer’s army had a chance to make amends when both the teams locked horns in Qualifier 1, but the defending champions stamped their authority after cruising to a comfortable 57 runs win.

Recap of the three fixtures between Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians in IPL 2020.

DC vs MI (Oct-11)

A top of the table clash between the Mumbai Indians and the Delhi Capitals stretched to the last over, but it wasn’t quite the nail-biting thriller that had been expected. Mumbai eased past the Capitals by five wickets, riding on excellent bowling and proactive half-centuries by Quinton de Kock and Suryakumar Yadav. Both de Kock and Yadav made 53 and though each fell somewhat against the run of play, the Capitals – excellent bowling side that they are themselves – did not have enough to defend

Mumbai Indians 166/5 beat Delhi Capitals 162/4 by 5 wickets

MI vs DC (Oct-31)

In their reverse league stage fixture of this edition, the sides locked horns in Dubai on October 31, Saturday. It was a one-sided affair as Mumbai trumped Delhi by a convincing nine-wicket win. Bowling first, Trent Boult and Jasprit Bumrah ran through DC’s batting line-up with a three-wicket haul each. In response, youngster Ishan Kishan smashed a 47-ball 72 to see his team over the line.

Mumbai Indian 111/1 beat Delhi Capitals 110/9 by 9 wickets.

MI vs DC (Nov-5)

Mumbai Indians once again established themselves as arguably the best T20 outfit in the history of the format after carrying out a clinical decimation of Delhi Capitals by 57 runs in the first qualifier, to set sights on their fifth Indian Premier League title.

Surya Kumar Yadav (51 off 38 balls) laid the platform on which Ishan Kishan (55 not out) and Hardik Pandya (37 no off 14 balls) cashed in to take their team to 200 for 5.

The pressure of scoreboard was writ large on a wobbly Capitals top-order with Trent Boult (2/9 in 2 overs) and Jasprit Bumrah (4/14 in 4 overs) producing a ‘Test match opening spell” to eventually blow out the opposition for 143 for 8.

Mumbai Indians 200/5 beat Delhi Capitals 143/8 by 57 runs


Can Shikhar Dhawan clinch orange cap?In contention for the Orange Cap, Dhawan has over 600 runs against his name. He is currently 67 runs behind leader KL Rahul who has 670 runs as compared to Dhawan’s 603.For Mumbai, there hasn’t been a single 500 run aggregator during this year, but their top three batsmen edge out Delhi’s top trio in collective scores.4pm
IPL 2020 Finals: Ashwin scare for Delhi Capitals, all is not well with DC spinnerIt is a very big day for Delhi Capitals as now they are on a cusp of winning their first IPL title in 13 years. But DC is sweating out on the fitness of their key spinner Ravichandran Ashwin. The news coming in from Delhi Capitals camp is that all is not well with Ashwin’s shoulder.

Physio and support-staff is working overtime on Ashwin’s shoulder and trying their best to get him match ready for the big-finals.

“Ashwin’s shoulder is giving him troubles. But I am sure, he will manage to pull it through the finals”, said source close to the Delhi Capitals team. (Read More)

IPL 2020 Finals: Milestone alert

This will be Rohit Sharma’s 200th IPL match.

He needs 8 runs to complete 4000 IPL runs for MI and requires 43 runs to complete 3000 IPL runs as captain.

Kieron Pollard needs 2 sixes to complete 200 IPL sixes.

Shikhar Dhawan requires 36 runs to complete 1500 IPL runs for DC.

Shreyas Iyer needs 46 runs to complete 500 runs in IPL 2020.

Good news for MI camp!

Trent Boult ‘looking good’ to play in final against DC, confirms MI skipper Rohit Sharma

“Trent looks pretty good. He’s gonna have a session today with all of us, he has pulled up pretty well in the last two days. So, fingers crossed, hopefully he plays,” Sharma said.



3pmHello and welcome to the live blog of IPL 2020 final between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals. The question still arises whether Delhi Capitals have it in them to halt the seemingly unstoppable Mumbai machine and lift their maiden IPL trophy?

IPL Finals History – Check who have won the finals all these years

Finalists and results of all finals
Year Host country Winner Runner-up Venue Won by
2008 India Rajasthan Royals Chennai Super Kings Mumbai (DY Patil) 3 wickets
2009 South Africa Deccan Chargers Royal Challengers Bangalore Johannesburg 6 runs
2010 India Chennai Super Kings Mumbai Indians Mumbai (DY Patil) 22 runs
2011 India Chennai Super Kings Royal Challengers Bangalore Chennai 58 runs
2012 India Kolkata Knight Riders Chennai Super Kings Chennai 5 wickets
2013 India Mumbai Indians Chennai Super Kings Kolkata 23 runs
2014 UAE/India Kolkata Knight Riders Kings XI Punjab Banglore 3 wickets
2015 India Mumbai Indians Chennai Super Kings Kolkata 41 runs
2016 India Sunrisers Hyderabad Royal Challengers Bangalore Banglore 8 runs
2017 India Mumbai Indians Rising Pune Supergiant Hyderabad 1 run
2018 India Chennai Super Kings Sunriers Hyderabad Mumbai (Wankhede) 8 wickets
2019 India Mumbai Indians Chennai Super Kings Hyderabad 1 run


IPL 2020 MI vs DC Final Dream11 Team: Fantasy cricket predictions and tips for Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals

IPL 2020 Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals (MI vs DC) Final LIVE Scorehttps://www.insidesport.in/sport-matches/?field=entity_cricket&id=46139&widget=match_center

IPL 2020 MI vs DC Final Dream11 Team Prediction IPL 2020 Final LIVE Match Details

Match: Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals (MI vs DC)

Date: 10th Nov 2020

Time: 7:30 PM IST


Dream11 IPL 2020 Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals (MI vs DC) Final Probable XI


Dream11 IPL 2020 MI Probable XI – Quinton de Kock (wk), Suryakumar Yadav, Rohit Sharma, Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Krunal Pandya, James Pattinson, Trent Boult, Rahul Chahar, Jasprit Bumrah.

Dream11 IPL 2020 DC Probable XI –  A. Rahane, Shikhar Dhawan, Shreyas Iyer, Rishab Pant, Shimron Hetmyer, Marcus Stoinis, Axar Patel, Ravichandran Ashwin, Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje, Tushar

MI vs DC in IPL 2020 Final LIVE: Where to catch MI vs DC Final Live Streaming?
The match between MI vs DC Final will be live broadcasted on Star Sports Network in the Indian Sub-Continent. The  will also be Live Streamed on Disney+ Hotstar VIP.

IPL 2020 MI vs DC Final Weather forecast 

It’s going to be a sunny day with no chances of rain playing spoilsport for the MI vs DC Final  IPL 2020 opener. The highest temperature will be around 37°C while the minimum temperature will be around 27°C.

IPL 2020 MI vs DC Final Pitch Report 

The stadiums across UAE will be slow and spin friendly. Both MI vs DC Final will expect their spin stars to make the most of the conditions which will be in favour of them.

IPL 2020 Dream11 Fantasy League MI vs DC Final PLAYING 11

Suggested Playing XI for MI vs DC Final Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

Captain Options –  Shikhar Dhawan

Vice-Captain Options – Suryakumar Yadav

Suggested Playing XI for DC vs SRH Eliminator Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:

Keeper –  Quinton de Kock, Ishan Kishan

Batters –   Shikhar Dhawan, Shreyas Iyer, Suryakumar Yadav, Rohit Sharma, , Hardik Pandya

All-Rounders –  Marcus Stoinis, Kieron Pollard

Bowlers –  Kagiso Rabada, Jasprit Bumrah.