IPL 2019: Two Best Captains In India Were On The Show In The Final – Sunil Gavaskar
As ever, the Indian Premier League once again made its mark in the game of cricket. It delivered quite a few thrillers to the fans, which kept them yelling joy on most occasions. Meanwhile, the former batsman Sunil Gavaskar believes that was the best final in the tournament with the two best captains in India leading the teams.
It was an epic final, where the game drew down to the wire. In the end, it was needed Lasith Malinga‘s majestic slower ball to get the better off Shardul Thakur and get that one-run victory for the team. Ahead of that ball, the match swung between both the sides on time to time.
IPL 2019 was the best ever tournament – Sunil Gavaskar
Off all the editions, Sunil Gavaskar strongly believes that the 2019 season was the best ever. He explained that the season was full off last-over finishes and a couple of super over games, which always kept fans on edge of their seats.
He also went on to say that the people will remember the recent events but the way the tournament has panned out in 2019, he believes that this would be the best-ever tournament in the IPL history. The difference between the teams was 1 point, which tells you the story.
“THIS year’s IPL has to be the best ever tournament so far. To have so many last-over finishes and some that finished in the 39th over of the match just tells you how it was edge of the seat thriller for the spectators. The final also ending on the last ball of the match was just the perfect finale to a tournament which is getting bigger and better every year. Sure we remember recent events more than earlier ones but there is no doubt that this was probably the best ever tournament,” Gavaskar wrote in his column.
Two best captains led the teams:
Further, Sunil Gavaskar wrote that the two best captains in India Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Rohit Sharma led the team, which was the icing on the cake. He believes that brought a different level charisma to the final.
“Mumbai Indians have now won it four times under the leadership of Rohit Sharma making him the most successful captain in IPL history. The two best captains in India were on show on the last day as the game fluctuated one way and the other practically every other over,” he added in his column.
All in all, as Sunil Gavaskar said, the tournament has been the best among the other editions in the Indian Premier League. The 1-run margin victory is always a thrilling affair, something, which fans would expect from the final of the tournament.
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