Lasith Malinga Last Ball Heroics Helps Mumbai Indians Win IPL 2019 Final vs CSK, Watch Video
Lasith Malinga (Photo Credits: IANS)

Lasith Malinga rolled back the years and produced a last ball beauty to give Mumbai Indians a record fourth IPL title. The duo of Jasprit Bumrah and Lasith Malinga proved to be the difference and bowled their heart out to make Mumbai Indians the Indian Premier League Champion 2019 champion. Defending the score of 149, Mumbai Indians just managed to stop Chennai Super Kings at 148. MI vs CSK, IPL 2019 Final Highlights: MI vs CSK IPL 2019 Final Highlights: Lasith Malinga Helps Mumbai Indians Win Indian Premier League 12.

Chennai Super Kings required 9 runs off the last six balls. Mumbai Indians captain Lasith Malinga gave the ball to Lasith Malinga, who was the bowling coach last year and was making his comeback. What followed was pure magic. MI vs CSK IPL 2019 Final: MS Dhoni Becomes Most Successful Wicketkeeper in Indian Premier League, Imran Tahir Overtakes Kagiso Rabada as Highest Wicket-taker This Season.

Malinga gave four runs off the first three deliveries and it seemed that with Ravindra Jadeja and Shane Watson at the crease, Chennai Super Kings had the match in their bag. But, a great throw from Pandya got Watson out and changed the game on its head. MS Dhoni Run-Out During MI vs CSK IPL 2019 Final Sparks Conspiracy Theories and Meme Fest on Twitter.

With CSK requiring four runs off the last two balls and Shardul Thakur on strike, the match became interesting. Thakur scored two runs of the penultimate delivery and CSK needed two runs off the final ball. However, it was the brilliant last ball that won the match for Mumbai Indians.

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The Mumbai Indians won a record fourth IPL title with this victory. They went past Chennai Super Kings, who were joint highest with three titles. MS Dhoni led CSK holds the record of losing most number of finals in the history of IPL. Rohit Sharma is now the most successful IPL captain with four titles to his name as a skipper.