Mumbai Indians won the title of IPL season 10 and became winners. In the final match, Mumbai Indians beat Rising Pune Supergiants in the last over just by 1 run. But was this final match fixed? This question is creating the controversy as there were some tweets posted before the match on Twitter, featuring all the things true mentioned in them.
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In this line, the very first tweet revealed that who so ever may win the toss but the team RSP will bowl first. It means If Mumbai wins the toss then it will choose to bat first whereas if Pune may win then it will go for bowling. And this what actually happened in the match. Mumbai Indians won the toss and the captain Rohit Sharma chose to bat first.
Mumbai scored 129 runs in their innings.
And exactly Mumbai won in the last over and on the last ball. RSP needed 4 runs on the last ball but they managed to take only two and lost the match.
Mumbai’s opener Parthiv Patel scored only 4 runs and got out.
Kieron Pollard only played 3 balls and scored 7 runs including a six.
And there was actually a no any no ball. Pune gave 5 wide balls whereas Mumbai gave 3 wide balls.
Rahul Tripathi scored 3 runs in 8 balls.
Smith scored 51 runs and was the highest scorer from both the teams.
Maybe two or three predictions can consider as co-incidence but 8 are impossible! And these tweets are so relevant and to the point that they are questioning Mumbai Indians’ win over Rising Supergiants Pune.
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