IPL match highlights
Due to the difficult situation in their country with the coronavirus, it was decided to hold the tournament outside India in the UAE without spectators. We want to say special thanks to the Cricket Control Council of India (BCCI) for their courageous and firm decision not to cancel the main and favorite event of the year for Indians and cricket fans of other countries.
From the first days, a record number of viewers watched the IPL. In the first week of the IPL alone, 269 million viewers were recorded. That’s 11 million more per match compared to 2019. Now the final count is underway, but preliminary figures indicate an increase of 30%.
Each match was voiced virtually by the crowd: shouts in response to 4 or 6; outs, catches and so on. The athletes, despite the long isolation, showed good shape. We saw amazing ketch, saves, long-range shots for stadiums. Of course, there was Miss Fields, simple drops – where without it.
Dream11 has prepared a short video – the IPL video highlights of the year. Captain Kings 11 Punjab KL Rahul kicked off 132 runs without strike against Royal Challengers Bangalore. Rahul Tewatia of Rajasthan Royals scores five 6-fors (30 points per over) against Kings 11 Punjab. Great MS Dhoni kicks the ball out of the stadium – 102 meters! There are two super-overs at once in one match and a super-save of the ball from the 6-ki zone. Ben Stokes was on a long hiatus, but he was able to take his 107 runs without a strike against the Mumbai Indians. Shikhar Dhawan went further – two centuries in a row! Nicholas Pooran’s save will go down in cricket history. There are many more catches and saves – a must-see!
IPL final highlights
IPL 2020 Finals: Team Delhi Capitals vs. Mumbai Indians. The team from Mumbai has won victories in 2013, 2015, 2017 and 2019. For Delhi, this is the first ending in their history.
Luck is on Delhi’s side, they take the toss and decide to start with betting.
Trent Boult knocks out Marcus Stoinis from the first serve, Delhi’s bet, like in the semifinals, didn’t work. Shikhar Dhawan is discouraged and is now paired with Ajinkya Rahane. Bolt again through over, he takes Ajinkya’s wickets, 16 runs and 2 outs! Another overpass and Dhavan leaves – 22/3.
The time of Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant comes. Captain Shreyasu this year had no luck with betting, he gained a little, not at all the score that was expected from him. But not today! In the final, he showed all critics why he was the captain. He reflected 50 innings, earned 65 points from them and finished the game to the last goal!
His partner, Rishhab, also made a half-century. 56 runs from 38 innings. For 20 overs, 156/7 are scored.
The goal for Mumbai is clear. By the 4th over, a run-rate of 10. With the filing of Marcus Stoinis, the Delhi team makes Ketch Quinton De Kock, in 12 innings he gains 20 runs. His team-mate and team captain Rohit Sharma, like the captain of Delhi, is on strike today – 68 runs from 51 goals, he leaves only in the 16th over. By the time the game is done, 137/3, there are only a few wounds left.
Ishan Kishan has the second-best score on the team with 33 wins without a strike.
157 runs were taken already on the 4th ball of the 18th over. Mumbai Indians 2020 IPL Winners, Now Five Time Champions!
Сricket highlights are game-changing events. From year to year in any world tournament, there are moments in matches that will forever remain not only in the hearts of fans but also in the history of cricket itself. They are remembered, tried to be repeated, and broadcast on hundreds of thousands of gadgets, both by children and adults.
List of ipl highlights
Highlight lists can be done by anyone, as a rule, they include amazing catches, saves, long-range strikes for stadiums and, of course, miss fields, simple drops. This is all part of the story that happens year after year and is discussed by the fans until the next event.
One of the favorite highlights of the IPL 2020 is Sunrise’s Hyderabad’s victory over future champions. Team captain – half-team. The ideal captain, the one who does not just tell his partners, not the one who makes changes on time, but the one who takes and drags the team along like a locomotive! This story is about David Warner, a brilliant captain.
The Mumbai Indians have solved all their questions long ago, they unconditionally go to the playoffs from the first place. The Sunrise Hyderabad team only needed a win, they were 5th and did not advance further.
Beat the first Mumbai. Rohit Sharma returned to the ranks, although he played so-so – for 7 innings only 4 points. Just David Warner caught him!
Quinton de Kock, Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan and Kieron Pollard performed well without a half-century but were gaining points. Sandeep Sharma took 3 wickets, Jason Holder and Shahbaz Nadeem took 2 each.
149 runs for 20 overs and 8 outs. Even these points are quite enough to win, as the practice of recent games shows.
David Warner paired up with Wriddhiman Saha. Two batsmen made only one 6 each. But they threw 4-k on Mumbai: 10 Warner and 7 Sakha. Two batsmen played wisely, somewhere neatly, but without fear of an opponent and with complete faith in victory. Both defended on the beat until the winning score of 151 runs.
Warner has 85 runs in 58 innings, Saha has 58 runs in 45 innings. Brilliant victory!
Warner could! He took and made the team win. He brought the matter to the desired result. The team took 3rd place in the group and tomorrow will play a match for reaching the semifinals with Royal Challengers Bangalore, with the team that could have been higher, but at some point, the game did not go to the captain Virat Kohli.
In the grand final of the VIVO Indian Premier League (IPL 2019), Lasith Malinga produced an incredible stretch over to defend nine circuits in the Mumbai Indians (MI) claimed undisputed dominance in the Indian Premier League, cementing his fourth title with a narrow one-shot win over the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in the final at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Uppala, Hyderabad, on Sunday. It took the Super Kings nine rounds in the last, but seasoned Sri Lankan paceman Malinga kept his courage and dropped seven. He trapped Shardul Thakur’s leg in front of the last ball after Watson (80 of 59) had run out two earlier. Prior to that, Jasprit Bumra kept Mumbai on the hunt with his neat surfaces and two wickets, getting rid of Duane Bravo and Ambati Rajuda. India’s top player made 13 points in his test overs. Young foot spinner Rahul Chahar also played a key role in the middle overs as he also created pressure by throwing 13 point balls. Both teams drew three IPL titles, each making it to the final. Mumbai prevailed, beating CSK three times at the start of the competition. The heartbreaking finish came after CSK’s disciplined bowling performance, which capped the number of Mumbai Indians to 149 to eight. CSK lost to Mumbai for the third time in four finals.
Shane Watson’s unbeaten 117 helped Chennai Super Kings (CSK) clinch the 2018 Indian Premier League (IPL) title after an 8-wicket win over SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Sunday. Chasing 179 runs, Chennai didn’t get the start they wanted as Faf Du Plessis departed early for 10 runs. Bhuvneshwar Kumar (0/17) bowled a fiery spell in the powerplay and put SunRisers on top during that period. After Du Plessis’ dismissal, Watson took over the batting responsibilities and hammered the SRH bowlers all over the park. After taking ten deliveries to open his account, Watson looked unstoppable and reached his century in only 51 balls hitting 7 fours and 8 sixes. Suresh Raina (32) chipped in with a crucial knock but it was Watson who stole the show and helped his team win their third IPL title. Barring Rashid Khan and Bhuvneshwar, all other SRH bowlers were expensive with an economy of over 10 runs per over.
Earlier, Kane Williamson (47) and Yusuf Pathan (45 *) helped Hyderabad post a competitive total of 178/6 against Chennai in the IPL final at the Wankhede Stadium. After being put in to bat by Chennai captain MS Dhoni, SRH openers Shikhar Dhawan and Shreevats Goswami were off to a cautious start. Goswami was trying to settle in but he was run out after a horrible mix-up in the 2nd over itself and was dismissed for 5 runs. Dhawan looked in fine touch for his 25 but a superb delivery by Ravindra Jadeja foxed the opener and he was clean bowled by him in the 9th over. Williamson continued to hit the balls after settling in. He hits 5 fours and 2 sixes to give SRH some control of the game and forged a decent partnership with Shakib Al Hasan (23) in the middle overs. He was eventually dismissed for 47 runs in the 13th over. Pathan played some ferocious shots laced with 4 fours and 2 sixes as he remained unbeaten on 45 runs off 25 balls. Carlos Brathwaite scored a quickfire 11-ball 21 runs, in the end, to help his team reach 178. Lungi Ngidi yet again starred with the ball for Chennai returning with figures of 1/26 in his four overs.