Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma once again led his team to victory for the fifth time. MI won by 5 wickets last night, and lifted the IPL championship trophy for the fifth time.



The Delhi Capitals won the toss and decided to bat first. But MI bowlers made them regret that decision, especially one in particular — Trent Boult. The Kiwi made a new record of being the first bowler to pick up a wicket off the first ball in an IPL final. Boult took out DC-powerhouse Marcus Stoinis, on the very first ball, shaking up the Delhi team in the process.




“It’s a no brainer that (Boult) he is the best bowler with the new ball, when it comes to swinging the ball back into the batsman and luckily for us we got him traded from Delhi and he has not disappointed anyone of us,” Rohit said, reminding what Capitals are losing out on.



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“Looking at the squad, the strength, the balance of this team, you know I cannot point out anything (weakness) to be honest,” the skipper said.


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