Karnataka prevailed over Tamil Nadu in a last-over thriller to retain the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 title in Surat on Sunday. Chasing 181 and needing 13 off the last over , R Ashwin hit K. Gowtham for two boundaries off the first two balls but the off-spinner came back strongly and conceded only three runs off the last four deliveries.
As the world's largest T20 competition, spanning 149 matches, comes to an end, we take a look at the top five batsmen and bowlers who starred throughout the tournament.
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