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IPL 2020 final: Eight nine ten and it’s the end, Mumbai Indians grasp their fifth title

IPL 2020 final: Eight nine ten and it's the end, Mumbai Indians grasp their fifth title

IPL 2020 final: Eight nine ten and it’s the end, Mumbai Indians grasp their fifth title

IPL 2020 final: The thirteenth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) has finally been winded up as the Mumbai Indians (MI), remaining extraordinary throughout the tournament, or one should say throughout the tenure of IPL, has donned their fifth IPL title. The tournament was sizzling thoroughly that born many astonishing moments.

From two super-overs in a single match to poor wrong-run call by the umpire, the cash-rich league went with ebbs and flows. Many frenzies records and outstanding performances that took place including the second most successful IPL franchise, the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) positioning at the end of the points table being the first knock-out team, IPL is finally terminated covering three major UAE venues; Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Sharjah.

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Both the teams fought equally hitting the top-notch heights to have a grasp on the IPL 2020 trophy but Rohit Sharma led side gave a real upper hand to the tough challenges throughout the tournament.

Earlier, the tournament was facing hurdles for its confirmation as the COVID-19 spread across the World has still been a major issue. neglecting all the scenarios, the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) wanted to hold the league by any means to avoid any financial disruptions.

The league covered a total of sixty matches in a full-fledged as the only thing that has missed out is the crowd at stadiums. As the BCCI could not make money with the selling tickets, they have covered the amount with high broadcasting contracts as the number of virtual watchers was 2x high than the actual figure watching every year following the COVID-19 restrictions.

Despite that, one of the officials of the Indian board has revealed the prize-money for the runner-ups and the winners which is reduced to half of the regular amount. According to the newly decided figure, the MI are to receive 10 INR Crores whereas the DC will be receiving 6.25 INR Crores.

Team India now will be eying to the international cricket as India tour of Australia is scheduled in the coming days.

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