Stoinis as a player, and Ponting as coach, had combined to take Delhi Capitals to the final of the IPL earlier this month.
BCCI joint secretary Jayesh George, who is a Kochiite, shared a photo with the superstar that went viral on social media within seconds.
Under the Dubai lights, they completed a five-wicket win to ensure they became only the second team after Chennai Super Kings to defend the title.
Pant hit four boundaries and two sixes on the way to his first fifty of the season, while Iyer struck six fours and two maximums.
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Mumbai Indians made one change, Jayant Yadav comes in and Rahul Chahar stays out.
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Delhi have qualified for the first time in the tournament's final and will face Mumbai Indians tonight at Dubai International Stadium.
Interestingly, DC had traded him off to MI ahead of this season.
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If Stoinis can get at Boult the same way he attacked Jason Holder on Sunday, that’s an immediate transfer of pressure.
The former Australia captain said the way Delhi Capitals played they deserve to be in the title clash this season.
Tendulkar also said IPL moves at a phenomenal pace so it's vital for everyone to stay together as a team.
On a different note, Rohit spoke about how Mumbai Indians have been able to build a solid core team over the years with players.
Delhi Capitals registered seven wins from their first nine matches and despite the dip in the latter stages of the season, made it to the playoffs.
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Dhawan, with 603 runs, and Stoinis, with 352 runs and 12 wickets, have been the two best performers for Capitals.