Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings by a singular hurried to secure a record fourth Indian Premier League (IPL) title on Sunday night. In any case, the MI versus CSK IPL 2019 last was not shy of some questionable minutes - the greatest being MS Dhoni's diversion changing run out. The CSK captain came into bat with Shane Watson going incredible weapons at the opposite end however consistently coming up short on accomplices. The need of great importance for CSK was what MS Dhoni does best - bat quietly and pursue the aggregate down one keep running at once. MS Dhoni made his typical moderate begin to the innings yet subsequent to scoring only 2 runs, his stay at the wrinkle was conveyed to an untimely end cordiality a rocket toss from Mumbai Indians' Ishan Kishan.
In any case, what pursued next was the nerviest couple of minutes for the two arrangements of fans. As the on-field umpire motioned for the third umpire, replays began playing on TV screens. Nigel Llong, the third umpire, must have quickly realized he had an undertaking staring him in the face and further review of replays from various edges just served to expand the disarray.
See with your own eyes and choose. Was MS Dhoni out or not out?
While observer Sanjay Manjrekar, in view of one point, fervently called for MS Dhoni to be given out, different pundits were not entirely certain and thought the opportunity to be vindicated and the uncertain idea of the replays would see the third umpire rule in the batsman's support.
Be that as it may, it wasn't to be for Chennai and their fans as MS Dhoni was given out as Mumbai Indians sniffed a route once again into the diversion.
After the match numerous CSK fans took to Twitter to vent their annoyance at the third umpire's choice even as some shielded the rejection.
After Shane Watson had hit a savage 80, CSK required two keeps running off the last ball to surpass Mumbai Indians' 149/8 yet Sri Lankan Lasith Malinga rejected Shardul Thakur with an ideal yorker to guarantee the milestone win.
Windies all-rounder Kieron Pollard crushed an unbeaten 41 off 25 balls to set up what ended up being the triumphant aggregate for Mumbai Indians.