CLT20 Semi-final 2 Highlights: Mumbai Indians Vs Trinidad and Tobago

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Published: Saturday, October 5, 2013, 23:52 [IST]
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New Delhi, Oct 5: Mumbai Indians became the first team in Champions League history to enter the final twice. On Saturday night, Mumbai Indians defeated Trinidad and Tobago by six wickets to reach the final.


Mumbai, who won the 2011 edition of CLT20, could also become the first team in tournament's short history to bag the title twice.

CLT20 Semi-final 2 Highlights: MI Vs TT

Highlights of the match

Fours: TT: 10; MI: 13

Sixes: TT: 8; MI: 8

Top scorers: TT: Evin Lewis 62 (46 balls, 6x4 4x6); MI: Dwayne Smith 59 (38 balls, 7x4, 2x6)

Highest wickets: MI: 1 wicket each for Mitchell Johnson, Harbhajan Singh, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Kieron Pollard, Pragyan Ojha; TT: Sunil Narine 3/17 in 4 overs

# Mumbai Indians successfully chased 154

# Dinesh Karthik sealed victory with a six off Lendl Simmons in the final over of the match

# MI are the first team in CLT20 history to be in the tournament final twice

# MI had won the 2011 edition by Royal Challengers Bangalore

# This is the second time it is an all-IPL final

# MI can become the first team in tournament history to win the title twice

# MI will meet Rajasthan Royals on Sunday (October 6)

# MI can also be the first Indian team to win a double of IPL and CLT20 in same year

# MI are current IPL champions

# It will the final T20 games of both Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid

# Tendulkar, who made 35 today, completed 50,000 runs in his career across all three formats

# Tendulkar now has 50,0009 runs (First-class: 25228, List A: 21999, T20: 2782) in 953 matches - 307 FC 551 List A 95 T20

# Tendulkar reached 50,000 when on 26

# The 40-year-old Tendulkar is the first Asian batsman to reach the landmark

# Overall Tendulkar is the 16 to touch 50,000. England's Graham Gooch leads the table with 67,057

# Tendulkar made a 31-ball 36 with two fours and two sixes

# Smith and Tendulkar added 90 runs for the first wicket in 11 overs

# Smith was MI's top scorer with 59 off 38 with seven fours and two sixes

# Ambati Rayudu was out for a first-ball duck

# Sunil Narine took 3/17 in 4 overs

# MI were 49/0 in 6 overs. 50: 38. 100: 77. 150: 111

# TT were 45/1 in 6 overs. 50: 46 balls. 100: 83. 150: 117


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