Mumbai Indians became the second team to defend the IPL title after Chennai Super Kings with win over Delhi Capitals by five wickets on Tuesday. This was the fifth time that Mumbai Indians won an IPL title. This was also the sixth time that Rohit Sharma won an IPL final as a player. Mumbai Indians were the only outlier in the tournament and rightly so as they defeated all the teams at least once in the tournament.
Let’s look at their dominance with the help of the following dashboards.
IPL 2020 - Batting stats
Mumbai Indians completely dominated the tournament with six of their batsmen scoring 250-plus runs.
Four of those six batsmen hit more than 20 sixes in IPL 2020.
Five out of those six had a strike rate of 140-plus in the tournament.
IPL 2020 - Bowling stats
Mumbai Indians pacers Trent Boult and Jasprit Bumrah took 52 wickets between them.
MI topped the powerplay overs and death overs with best economy rate in each phase.
Mumbai Indians' pacer Trent Boult took eight wickets in the first over.
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Rohit Sharma is yet to get going in this edition of the Indian Premier League.
Axar Patel became the ninth player in the Indian Premier League to achieve 100 plus wickets.
Former Australian all-rounder Shane Watson recently revealed how he was left shattered after losing the 2016 IPL final to SRH in a nail-biting clash. He also claimed that it was undeniably RCB’s finest opportunity to lift the IPL trophy during that season.