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Fans feel proud as Mumbai Indians lifts IPL trophy for fifth time

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Fans feel proud as Mumbai Indians lifts IPL trophy for fifth time

Fans feel proud as Mumbai Indians lifts IPL trophy for fifth time

Mumbai Indians defeated Delhi Capitals by five wickets and lifted the IPL trophy for the fifth time.

In the summit clash, Mumbai Indians successfully chased down a decent target of 157 runs, set by Delhi Capitals.

Rohit played an impressive knock of 68 runs to guide his side to a win.


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