Rohit Sharma led the party of Mumbai Indians when the four champions celebrated after beating Chennai Super Kings in the IPL 2019 final in Hyderabad on Sunday. MI captured the honor after a 1-run win over CSK in the last-ball thriller
IPL 2019 final: Rohit Sharma became the first captain to win four IPL titles when MI beat CSK on Sunday ( Thanks to BCCI)
- Mumbai Indians beat CSK with 1 point and win the IPL 2019 final on Sunday
- Rohit Sharma became the 1st captain to win 4 IPL titles
- Rohit and Yuvraj Singh saw each other rap on a Gully Boy song
After a long and stressful campaign, it was time for the Mumbai Indians to relax on Sunday, as they had become the most successful Indian Premier League (IPL) team after beating Chennai Super Kings in the 1-run final in Hyderabad on Sunday.
Mumbai Indians have lost the tag of slow starters in IPL 2019, despite the fact that they were hiccup early in the campaign. The Rohit Sharma men ended up on the point table after the competition stages and sealed an immediate berth by beating Chennai Super Kings in Qualifier 1 last week.
MI & # 39; s dominance over their arch rivals was so bad that they were the first team in the history of IPL to beat CSK four times in a season.
MI placed only 149 on the board after first choosing to braid and was scrappier than CSK on the field, but managed to hold on to their nerves in crisis situations to secure their fourth IPL title at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium.
Skipper Rohit Sharma seems to have led the celebrations that started directly from the Hyderabad area. In a video posted by the handles of social media from Mumbai Indians, Rohit can be seen on the top of the charts of Bollywood blockbuster Gully Boy. Giving him company is Yuvraj Singh while the duo lit up the party. Incidentally, it was Yuvraj & # 39; s first IPL title as a player in 12 years.
The camp of Mumbai Indians broke into celebrations immediately after Lasith Malinga sealed the deal in the exciting final. Emotions rose high as both teams continued to deliver the momentum to each other on a bug-prone night in Hyderabad.
Malinga changed from a villain to a hero in a series of 6 balls when the pacer from Sri Lanka returned well to defend 9 points in the final after giving away 42 in his first 3.
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Rohit Sharma celebrated the victory with his daughter Samaira and his wife Ritika Sajdeh at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium.
Rohit said after the victory that winning the fourth IPL title for his daughter Samaira was special.
"It's special, not just Samaira but you (addressing his wife Ritika). Yes, (winning for Samaira because this is her first IPL and she came for most games." I'm very happy, "Rohit said he responded on Ritika, who asked him how he felt about winning the fourth title for Samaira in a video for iplt20.com.