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698dArun Venugopal in Hyderabad

Four overs, three bowlers, one pulsating finish

With Rising Pune Supergiant needing only 33 from the last four overs, that too with eight wickets in hand, it took a special performance from Mumbai Indians' end-overs bowlers to steal a one-run win

698dAkshay Gopalakrishnan

Young Indian players carve new Pune identity

While Ben Stokes provided the X factor for Rising Pune Supergiant, it was the consistency shown by the likes of Rahul Tripathi and Washington Sundar that lifted them from the lows of 2016

699dAlagappan Muthu

Krunal's bolt from the blue

With his more established team-mates falling to Rising Pune Supergiant's traps, it was up to a man playing his first IPL final to take control of it

Brad Hogg: Pune managed themselves impressively after poor start (3:52)
Hogg: Mumbai should try and retain Krunal next year (2:29)
Agarkar: Pune's over-cautious approach cost them the IPL (2:49)
'We were a batsman short in the absence of Stokes' - Fleming (2:22)
We knew we could pull it off - Tendulkar (0:39)
'Has been fun working with Dhoni' - Smith (1:03)
699dArun Venugopal in Hyderabad

Fleming proud of Pune in 'great final'

Stephen Fleming was proud of the planning and execution by Pune this IPL season, and the one-run loss in the final did not change that he said

700dThe Preview by Alagappan Muthu

Mumbai face the Pune jinx in final

Pune's bowlers have been the reason for their 3-0 head-to-head against Mumbai. They have only allowed one half-century to the most prolific middle-order in the tournament

700dArun Venugopal in Hyderabad

Smith, Dhoni central to Pune's turnaround

There were rumours about Rising Pune being a bickering and uninterested unit because of off-field decisions, but amid the noise, the think-tank addressed the underlying issue of how to win games

700dArun Venugopal in Hyderabad

'Wake-up calls' aid Mumbai's preparation

Rising Pune are worried about a Mumbai Indians backlash after emerging victorious on each of the three occasions this season

Tait: Having beaten Mumbai last game, Pune will go in unchanged (3:37)
Agarkar: Mumbai have gained from lesser-known players (2:45)
Tait: Dhoni is spiritual leader of Pune (4:06)
Run Order: Have Pune been the biggest surprise this IPL? (4:44)
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Introduce 'wicket pressure' to even out rain-hit T20s - Fleming

Several IPL shareholders - players, coaches, franchise owners and administrators - have expressed reservations on various aspects of the rain-affected eliminator between Sunrisers and Knight Riders in Bengaluru, which finished at 1.27 am