Mumbai Indians did not have a huge target to defend but Chennai Super Kings' batting collapsed completely to allow the Rohit Sharma-led side win its first IPL title. (BCCI image)
Mumbai chose to bat at the start but failed to get going. The team lost quick wickets including that of opener Dwayne Smith (right). (BCCI image)
Mumbai batsmen found going tough with Chennai striking repeated blows.
Ambati Rayudu though scored 37 off 36 to provide some form of resistance. (BCCI image)
For Chennai Super Kings, Dwayne Bravo claimed four wickets and ensured that though Mumbai managed to reach a decent total of 148, did not unleash batting carnage at any stage of the innings. (BCCI image)
When the chase began, it was all about the Mumbai bowlers.
Lasith Malinga struck twice in the first over to hurt Chennai's plans. (BCCI image)
Mitchell Johnson too claimed two wickets and provided good support to his fellow bowlers. (BCCI image)
Harbhajan Singh is seen getting into the act.
Chennai batting could never recover from the early strikes and kept losing wickets in quick intervals. (BCCI image)
Mumbai fans at the Eden Gardens eventually erupted in jubilant celebrations as their team registered a 23-run win. (BCCI image)
|1||chennai super kings||16||11||5||22|
|5||royal challengers bangalore||16||9||7||18|
|6||kings xi punjab||16||8||8||16|
|7||kolkata knight riders||16||6||10||12|
|8||pune warriors india||16||4||12||8|
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