Final (N), Delhi, Oct 6 2013, Champions League Twenty20
(18.5/20 ov, target 203)
Mum Indians won by 33 runs
Player Of The Match
Mumbai Indians
Match centre 
Commentator: Kanishkaa Balachandran
Scorecard summary
Mumbai Indians202/6(20 overs)
Rajasthan Royals169(18.5 overs)
end of over 191 runs • 3 wicket
RR: 169/10CRR: 8.97 • RRR: 29.14 • Need 34 from 7b
Pravin Tambe0 (0)
Kieron Pollard3.5-0-31-3
Nathan Coulter-Nile3-0-33-1

The presentation is coming up.

Harbhajan Singh is the Man of the Match: "Great feeling winning two cups in one year. It was a little easier to score with the new ball. The ball was getting a bit wet. That over I took three wickets was probably the best I've bowled the last three months. I didn't practice much before this series, I was traveling to the US."

Dwayne Smith is the Man of the Series: "Would like to thank my batting coach Robin Singh. It was good to see we could move to 200 if you saw where we were at after ten overs."

Ajinkya Rahane wins the Golden Bat for his 288 runs. The Golden Wicket goes to the 41-year-young Pravin Tambe for his 12 wickets.

Dravid: "How good was Rahane and Samson? We gave them too muchy to do. Mumbai were the better side. Terrific effort from the team, and Tambe as well. It was a close game till the end, otherwise a great final. I've loved working with Rajasthan."

Rohit Sharma: "It was a nerve-biting game. I would like to thank Sachin and Dravid for what they've done for Indian cricket. We thought the dew would come in. Maxy finished off really well. We held our nerve in the end. Winning this was like the icing on the cake."

Rohit collects the rather small Champions League trophy. Rajiv Shaukla was kind enough to help him lift it. The rest of the team joins in. The fireworks are on, the confetti in the air.

That's it from us here. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for the mails. I'm off now to discuss this game. Cheers and good night!

End of match: Mumbai take the double of the IPL and Champions League title the same year. Chennai Super Kings did it in 2010. Sachin Tendulkar is carried by his team-mates waving the Mumbai Indians flag! Team owner Nita Ambani is there too joining in the celebrations.

DM: "In retrospect, it's better that RD's team came second, so there won't be much rash talk by the media. Had MI lost after a Sachin failure, the press would be all on his case ruining the moment for both him & RD. As for pure cricketing terms....more often than not it's the real best squad that wins a big tournament and this year MI deserved the double, they have an amazing squad. Congrats MI & farewell in colour shirts to the legends!"

Aaram: "And once again, it ends by Dravid in the shadows, unheralded, being second best.. Just breaks my heart. He deserves more!"

Gaurav: "Feeling really sad for Dravid. RR should have won this, but thats way game goes. Well played MI..Take a bow both legends. Thanks for you memories. You both were the reason I started watching Cricket."

If Mumbai were winning it for one man they certainly have. Fine farewell for Sachin Tendulkar. Dravid's side really fought but 203 was always going to be tough. Hodge would have made a difference though. 7 wickets in three overs really nailed down the Royals. Mumbai win this by 33 runs but that victory margin doesn't reflect how closely fought it was at one point.

Pollard to Faulkner, OUT
caught at deep midwicket and Mumbai Indians win their second Champions League! Pollard takes his third wicket in the over, Faulkner swings him down to deep midwicket and Smith takes it well in front of the rope
JP Faulkner c Smith b Pollard 2 (18m 4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 50.00
Pollard to Faulkner, no run
the hat-trick ball was a slower one, swings and misses and close to the off stump
Pollard to Shukla, OUT
caught in the deep, Royals have no choice but to go for everything, length ball and lofted down to deep midwicket, taken well in front of the rope
R Shukla c Smith b Pollard 0 (1m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00
Pollard to Yagnik, OUT
Appeal for a catch behind and Pollard and Karthik look desperate! It was short and wide outside off and Yagnik had to leap to try and upper cut that, there was a sound and Karthik was certain he nicked it, as was Pollard, the umpire slowly walked up to his colleague to consult him and apparrently they came to a consensus about the height
DH Yagnik c †Karthik b Pollard 6 (14m 5b 1x4 0x6) SR: 120.00
Pollard to Faulkner, 1 run
makes room and drills a fuller delivery down to long-off
end of over 189 runs • 1 wicket
RR: 168/7CRR: 9.33 • RRR: 17.50 • Need 35 from 12b
Dishant Yagnik6 (4)
James Faulkner1 (1)
Nathan Coulter-Nile3-0-33-1
Harbhajan Singh4-0-32-4

jignesh: "Oh boy! Hodgey where are you? :("

Coulter-Nile to Yagnik, FOUR runs
length ball and he bends forward and chips it over square leg, Royals need many more of those
Coulter-Nile to Faulkner, 1 run
full outside off and he drills it down to long-on

The Mumbai players rush to pat Dravid's back on his final walk back but no guard of honour!

Coulter-Nile to Dravid, OUT
and Dravid, like Tendulkar is bowled in his final innings! It was a yorker on the stumps and Dravid made room and his leg stump is flattened
R Dravid b Coulter-Nile 1 (3m 2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 50.00
Coulter-Nile to Yagnik, 1 run
some drama here! Yagnik drags it down to midwicket and the substitute Akshar Patel fields but doesn't throw, Karthik was yelling at him for not throwing
Coulter-Nile to Yagnik, 1 no ball
it's a waist high no ball! Yagnik shuffles across and looks to paddle it over fine leg but misses
Coulter-Nile to Dravid, 1 run
Dravid makes room and gets a fuller length ball first up, he digs it out to the on side
Coulter-Nile to Yagnik, 1 run
short of a length on the body and he pulls on one leg down to deep square leg

And Dravid finally walks in!

end of over 174 runs • 3 wicket
RR: 159/6CRR: 9.35 • RRR: 14.66 • Need 44 from 18b
Dishant Yagnik0 (0)
Harbhajan Singh4-0-32-4
Rishi Dhawan3-0-34-0

Three in an over for Harbhajan

Harbhajan Singh to Cooper, OUT
Appeals for a stumping and Karthik is quite confident! Flatter one outside off and Cooper looks to force it away with the turn over the on side, he misses and Karthik is quick to break the stumps, replays show Cooper's back boot was on the line but there was nothing behind it to save him, the third umpire gives it out after studying several replays
KK Cooper st †Karthik b Harbhajan Singh 4 (3m 2b 1x4 0x6) SR: 200.00
Harbhajan Singh to Cooper, FOUR runs
easily put away! Flatter one down the leg side and he easily paddles it wide of short fine leg
Harbhajan Singh to Binny, OUT
Binny looks to slog and misses! Harbhajan fires it in and Binny misses and loses his leg stump, Harbhajan was really pumped up after that wicket
STR Binny b Harbhajan Singh 10 (11m 8b 0x4 1x6) SR: 125.00
Harbhajan Singh to Binny, no run
Harbhajan Singh to Binny, no run
don't ask me how that missed the stumps! Gets on his knee to sweep and the ball nearly hits the top of the stump

End of a fine innings. Can Royals follow up well?

Harbhajan Singh to Rahane, OUT
Rahane goes and advantage Mumbai surely! Tossed up and he comes down the track and chips a low full toss that goes flat and quick down to deep midwicket
AM Rahane c Smith b Harbhajan Singh 65 (75m 47b 5x4 2x6) SR: 138.29
Best performances - batsmen
AM Rahane
65 runs (47)
5 fours
2 sixes
Productive shot
off side drive on front foot
19 runs
2 fours
0 sixes
SV Samson
60 runs (33)
4 fours
4 sixes
Productive shot
pull/hook on back foot
17 runs
1 fours
2 sixes
Best performances - bowlers
Harbhajan Singh
KA Pollard
Match details
Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi
TossRajasthan Royals , elected to field first
SeriesChampions League Twenty20 2013
Player Of The Match
Harbhajan Singh
Player Of The Series
Dwayne Smith
Series resultMumbai Indians won the 2013/14 Champions League Twenty20
Hours of play (local time)20.00 start, First Session 20.00-21.20, Interval 21.20-21.40, Second Session 21.40-23.00
Match days6 October 2013 - night match (20-over match)
Rod Tucker
Kumar Dharmasena
TV Umpire
Chettithody Shamshuddin
Reserve Umpire
Krishnaraj Srinath
Match Referee
Ranjan Madugalle