𝕁𝕚𝕠𝕋𝕧𝕧𝕚𝕟𝕖𝕖 – Mumbai Indians won the title for the fifth time by winning the final match of the 13th season of the Indian Premier League 2020. The Mumbai Indian team has become the second team in IPL history to retain its title.
The Indian Premier League franchise Mumbai Indians defeated the Delhi Capitals by 5 wickets to defend their title. The Indian Premier League is considered one of the most attractive T20 leagues in the world.
Every cricketer has the desire to be a part of this tournament. But this time the impact of the coronavirus epidemic has had a huge impact on this tournament.
— Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) November 13, 2020
And due to this, the amount of reward has also been reduced. The winning team and runners-up team of IPL have spent a lot of money.
Last year, the Indian Premier League’s winning team and the run-up team were given Rs 32.5 crore as prize money. That time, for the fourth time, Mumbai Indians had received Rs 20 crore in their pocket.
While the team that lost in the final, Chennai Super King’s team came home with 12.5 crore rupees. At the same time, the Mumbai Indians team got an amount of 20 crores.
The same team lost to the final Delhi Capitals has been awarded a reward of 12.5 crores. The same Kings XI Punjab captain Lokesh Rahul was named Orange Cap this year.
Lokesh Rahul won this orange cap and made 10 lakh rupees in his name. In this season, the team of Royal Challengers Bangalore and Sunrisers Hyderabad got a reward of 8.75-8.75 crores in the Losing Qualifier.
While Delhi Capitals fast bowler Kagiso Rabada won the Purple Cap in the 13th season of IPL 2020. Kagiso Rabada has received Rs 10 lakh along with the Purple Cap.
In Rabada, bowling on behalf of the Delhi Capitals team, took 30 wickets, which was the highest wicket of this IPL season. He took a total of 30 wickets.
The same Royal Challengers Bangalore young opener batsman Devdutt Padikkal impressed everyone with his batting in this tournament.
Paddikal batted amazingly this season and scored 473 runs in 15 matches with the help of 5 half-centuries. The RCB batsmen were awarded the Emerging Player of the Tournament with Rs 10 lakh for their outstanding performance.