In the clash of titans, Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings by 1 run in a last-ball thriller to clinch their fourth Indian Premier League trophy. With the win, Mumbai became the first team win the IPL trophies four times, while their arch-rivals Chennai are second one list by winning the trophy thrice.
The last over of Lasith Malinga took away the win from Chennai as opener Shane Watson's 80 went in vain. CSK needed 9 runs of the last over of innings but Malinga's toe-crushing yorkers changed the script of defending champions fate.
Jasprit Bumrah was chosen as the Man of the Match in the big finale for his excellent bowling figures of 2/14 in 4 overs.
Here is the list of awards that were given to the players post Mumbai's victory in the final for their achievements throughout the tournament:
Man of the Match: Jasprit Bumrah
There were many heroes for Mumbai Indians in the long tiring tournament, but Jasprit Bumrah was the one who laid the foundation of their final win. Bumrah stats were extraordinary for a bowler in the T20 format, the right-arm Indian pacer just gave 14 runs in 4 over and took two crucial wickets.
Bumrah was proud of his efforts in the final and said "In the finals, we know that it can get close and winning the title with MI is a special feeling. Today, surprisingly, I was very calm, I wasn't panicking at all and very happy to contribute to the team's success. I only take one ball and one day at a time and if you think like that you don't feel pressure at all."
Gamechanger of the Match: Rahul Chahar
The find of the season Rahul Chahar was the absolute game changer of the big final as he took the crucial wicket of Suresh Raina and gave just 14 runs in his quota of 4 overs.
Emerging Player of the Year- Shubman Gill
The right-handed charismatic batsman of KKR grabbed many eyeballs with his batting techniques and temperament throughout the tournament. The young 20-year-old scored 296 runs in 14 matches at an average of 32.88. He was voted by the viewers and TV commentators for Emerging Player of the Year accolade. He pipped Mumbai Indian's leggie Rahul Chahar and others to win the Rs. 10 Lakh prize money.
Fairplay Award: Sunrisers Hyderabad
The calm and composed Kane Williamson guided his team Sunrisers Hyderabad to the Fairplay award in IPL 2019. SRH was the only team in the least which received an average of 10 points in the Fair Play points per game.
Fastest 50 of the season: Hardik Pandya
Hardik Pandya was in sublime form throughout the season and his 91 runs knock against Kolkata Knight Riders was the best from the slot. Pandya smashed a 17-ball half-century in that match to win the fastest 50 of the season award in the end.
Perfect Catch of the Season: Kieron Pollard
Kieron Pollard and perfect IPL catch is a thing that remained constant in the tournament throughout the years. This season Pollard took a stunner of CSK's Suresh Raina near the boundary rope in the group stage match to win the Perfect Catch of the Season award.
Super Striker of the Season: Andre Russell
Andre Russell was at his best in the recently concluded IPL 2019. The Caribbean batsman scored 510 runs with a massive strike rate of 204.8 to win the Super Striker of the Season award.
Stylish Player of the season: KL Rahul
KL Rahul got his Midas touch back in IPL 2019 as the right-handed batsman scored 592 runs in 14 matches in the season. The KXIP opener won the Stylish Player of the season award for his consistent show in the tournament.
Purple Cap: Imran Tahir
Most Valuable Player: Andre Russell
Andre Russell was leading the charts in the MVP list with 369 points as in 11 matches he has taken 14 wickets and taken four catches, whereas with the bat he has smashed a whopping 510 runs in 13 innings.
Orange Cap: David Warner
Warner played only 12 matches this season in which he scored 692 runs for Sunrisers Hyderabad and won the Orange Cap for record third time in his career. Kings XI Punjab's KL Rahul and Mumbai's Quinton de Kock followed him in the list with 593 and 529 runs respectively.
Runners-Up: Chennai Super Kings
MS Dhoni' Chennai Super Kings were not able to defend their title in the big final and won the prize money 12.5 Crore INR after finishing the season as the runner-up.
Winners- Mumbai Indians
Mumbai Indians clinched a record fourth Indian Premier League title as the Rohit Sharma led side held their nerves at the death to pull off a thrilling 1-run win over Chennai Super Kings in Hyderabad. The four-time IPL champions received 20 Crore INR for the winning efforts in the tournament.