Mumbai Indians owner Nita Ambani hilariously crashed Quinton de Kock and Nathan Coulter-Nile’s interview with Simon Doull after the IPL 2020 final in Dubai on Tuesday. Mumbai Indians beat Delhi Capitals by five wickets to retain their title and became the first team to win the title five times.
Batting first, Delhi Capitals recovered from 22 for 3 to post 156 for 7 in the allotted 20 overs. Their skipper Shreyas Iyer top-scored with an unbeaten 65 while Rishabh Pant scored 56. In reply, Mumbai Indians scored the required runs with eight balls remaining.
Following the win, the players were being interviewed by the commentators while Nita Ambani was going around congratulating them. Due to the safety protocols, the commentators are not interviewing the players by standing beside them. Perhaps that was the reason why Nita Ambati didn’t realise that Quinton de Kock and Nathan Coulter-Nile were busy in the interview.
She gleefully addressed both the players and walked up to them before spitting the mic. She quickly realised what was happening and walked away from the spot despite commentator Simon Doull requesting her to stay. The players and Doull were left in split as Nita Ambani walked away.
Here is a clip showing the hilarious moment:
Nita Ambani unaware of the fact that QDK and NCN were being interviewed by Simon Doull crashed their interview 😂😂😂
— Amey Pethkar 🇮🇳🇦🇪 (@ameyp9) November 10, 2020
It’s a great feeling:
Talking about the interview, Quinton de Kock, who finished the season as Mumbai’s highest scorer with 503 runs, started by saying that staying away from the family is tough. He then expressed his delight over the title win.
“Missing the family is difficult for everyone. It’s a great feeling. You see what it means to the franchise. There were questions around if MI can we win back to back titles. Everybody worked extra hard. The support staff and everyone, we couldn’t have done it without them. It’s pretty special,” de Kock said.
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