The Delhi Capitals put up impressive performances in both the innings to challenge the opposition, but fluent Mumbai batsmen chased down 157 without much fuss with skipper Rohit leading the way with 68(51) and Kishan staying till the end with 33*(19). With this win, the Mumbai Indians became just the second team to defend the title after the Chennai Super Kings
Played amid the Coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will finally reach its conclusion when defending champions Mumbai Indians take on Delhi Capitals in the IPL 2020 final at Dubai on Tuesday. MI, undoubtedly, go in as favourites having been there and done that multiple times in the past. For Delhi, this will be their maiden IPL final. Also, they have lost all three matches played against MI earlier in the tournament. So that definitely makes them underdogs.