Mumbai Indians win 2013 Champions League T20
Mumbai Indians beat Rajasthan Royals by 33 runs to win the Champions League T20 in Delhi.
Rahul Dravid and Sachin Tendulkar took the field for one last time against each other in coloured clothing. (BCCI images)
Sachin Tendulkar last innings for Mumbai lasted just 15 runs. He was dismissed by Shane Watson.
Dwayne Smith continued with his good form and scored 39-ball 44.
Rohit Sharma played a fiery 14-ball 33 to power Mumbai in the middle overs.
Pravin Tambe finished with 2/19. He topped the bowling charts with 12 wickets in the tournament to bag the Golden Wicket award.
Glenn Maxwell was on fire in the final. He scored a quick-fire 37 off 14 balls, laced with four fours and a couple of sixes.
Sachin Tendulkar received the Guard of Honour by his Mumbai Indians teammates as he walked out to field for one last time in T20 cricket.
Ajinkya Rahane scored his fourth consecutive fifty to become the first batsman to hit four half-centuries in one edition. He also bagged the Golden Bat award.
Sanju Samson was at his best in the match as he notched up his third fifty in the tournament and fought well.
Harbhajan Singh bowled fabulously to pick four wickets. He took three in one over to finish with 4/34.
Kieron Pollard picked up the last three wickets - one over - to finish the game in style. Mumbai Indians took the title with a 33-run win over Rajasthan Royals.