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Nita Ambani intervenes Quinton de Kock and Coulter-Nile’s interview


Mumbai Indians scripted history once again in the Indian Premier League as they won their fifth trophy. They defeated Delhi Capitals by 5 wickets with 6 balls to spare at Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Dubai. Rohit Sharma’s team have won more trophies than any other team in the IPL. Chennai Super Kings are the second-most successful team in the IPL with three trophies.

Delhi Capitals reached their maiden IPL final but they were totally outsmarted by Rohit Sharma’s team who played the sixth final. Mumbai Indians surrendered at the hands of Chennai Super Kings in the 2010 IPL final. However, they picked the lessons on the go and won four titles in alternate seasons in IPL 2013, IPL 2015, IPL 2017 and IPL 2019 respectively.

For the first time in their history, they defended the title and broke the odd-number jinx. Rohit Sharma won his fifth title as a captain and his sixth trophy as a player. He also played a captain’s knock in the final as he scored 68 off 51 balls including 5 fours and 4 sixes to his name. Trent Boult was named the man of the match for his terrific bowling performance. He picked 3/30 in four overs.

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Nita Ambani interrupts interview:

Mumbai Indians owner Nita Ambani made the headlines recently after she accidentally crashed Quinton de Kock and Nathan Coulter-Nile’s interview. The amusing incident happened after the final when de Kock and Coulter-Nile were being interviewed by the broadcaster while MI owner congratulated each and every player for winning the trophy.

Soon after seeing South Africa wicket-keeper and Australian bowler together, Nita Ambani congratulated the players on their victory. In the process, she also spotted the microphone while addressing de Kock.

She siad: “Quinton!!! Oh, are you giving an interview?”. Meanwhile, commentator Simon Doull asked her to stay but she made up her mind to walk away.

Quinton de Kock has been one of the pivotal players for Mumbai Indians in the tournament. The wicketkeeper-batsman ended the tournament as the second leading run-scorer for Mumbai Indians and the sixth leading run-scorer of this season with 503 runs in sixteen games.

De Kock played an important role in Mumbai’s win this season. The South Africa superstar finished IPL 2020 as Mumbai Indians’ top-run scorer. The wicketkeeper-batsman finished the competition with an impressive 503 runs in 16 games. Quinton de Kock will be next seen in cricketing action when he skippers his team for the upcoming limited-overs series against England at home.


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