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IPL 2020: BCCI Announces CRED as Official Partner of IPL, Sourav Ganguly Lauds Team

2017: Final between Mumbai and Pune has to be the most closely fought summit clash in the IPL. Mumbai were restricted to only 129/8 in their 20 overs, yet they managed to win the title, only by one run though. Krunal Pandya smashed 47 from 38 balls to give some respectability to the total. In reply, RPS were cruising at 71/1, but then a turnaround happened. Mitchell Johnson reserved his best for the last and bagged three wickets in the final over to snatch a victory from the jaws of defeat to hand Mumbai their third title. (Twitter)

2017: Final between Mumbai and Pune has to be the most closely fought summit clash in the IPL. Mumbai were restricted to only 129/8 in their 20 overs, yet they managed to win the title, only by one run though. Krunal Pandya smashed 47 from 38 balls to give some respectability to the total. In reply, RPS were cruising at 71/1, but then a turnaround happened. Mitchell Johnson reserved his best for the last and bagged three wickets in the final over to snatch a victory from the jaws of defeat to hand Mumbai their third title. (Twitter)

The Board of Control for Cricket in India on Tuesday announced CRED as an official partner of Indian Premier League 2020.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India on Tuesday announced CRED as an official partner of Indian Premier League 2020. CRED is a Bangalore based credit card bill payment platform. The 13th IPL is scheduled to be held in UAE from September 19 to November 10.

BCCI president Sourav Ganguly congratulated the board for sealing the deal 'in spite of tough markets'.

The board had previously announced Bangalore-based edu-tech firm ‘Unacademy’ as an official partner for the Indian Premier League for three seasons.

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The BCCI had earlier announced fantasy sports platform Dream11 as this year’s IPL title sponsor, replacing Chinese mobile phone company Vivo.

Dream11 had pipped educational technology companies Unacademy and BYJUs to win the rights for a period of four months and 13 days with a bid of Rs 222 crore.

first published:September 02, 2020, 00:05 IST