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2019-present IPL

In 2019, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings played in the last of Vivo IPL 2019 Mumbai crushed ChennaI

The last of IPL 2019 had a spine chiller end which saw Chennai Super Kings requiring 2 runs off the last conveyance,

where Mumbai Indians bowler Lasith Malinga took a wicket on the last conveyance and dominated the game for Mumbai Indians.

Mumbai Indians crushed Chennai Super Kings by 1 race to lift the IPL prize for the record fourth time.

Mumbai Indians turned into the main group to have four IPL prizes, and the best group of all time.

Hardik Pandya and Kieron Pollard won the ‘Harrier Super Striker of the Match’ title for 2 and multiple times individually.

Hardik Pandya scored 91 runs off only 34 balls against Kolkata Knight Riders and made the quickest 50 off only 17 balls in that match.

Alzarri Joseph recorded the best bowling figures – 6/12 in the IPL history in the match against

Sunrisers Hyderabad which was likewise his IPL debut.

In IPL sell off 2020

Mumbai Indians added 6 new names to their crew that are Chris Lynn (₹20 million), Nathan Coulter-Nile (₹80 million), Saurabh Tiwary (₹5 million), Mohsin Khan (₹2 million), Digvijay Deshmukh (₹2 million), and Balwant Rai Singh (₹2 million).

In 2020, the matches were played in the UAE because of the rising instances of COVID-19 in India. However with a solid group, Mumbai Indians was misjudged because of their records in the UAE and because of a notion of bringing home championships in odd years. However, Mumbai Indians broke that multitude of talks, proceeded to be the season’s best group and secured their fifth title with a magnificent collaboration and cooperation.

Before the IPL 2021 Auction

Mumbai Indians delivered Mitchell McClenaghan, Sherfane Rutherford, Digvijay Deshmukh, Prince Balwant Rai Singh, James Pattinson and Nathan Coulter-Nile.

In the 2021 Auction, Mumbai Indians got back Nathan Coulter-Nile (₹50 million), Adam Milne (₹32 million), Piyush Chawla (₹24 million), Marco Jansen (₹2 million), James Neesham (₹5 million), Arjun Tendulkar (₹2 million), and Yudhvir Singh Charak (₹2 million).

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In the underlying matches, Mumbai Indians battled on the sluggish pitch of Chennai which was one of the nonpartisan settings for IPL 2021. They lost 3 games out of the initial 5 they played. The principal reason was their disappointment of the lower center request. Mumbai Indians dominated their next 2 matches and the center request showing some improvement made significant commitments to seal the success.

Home ground

Wankhede Stadium in April 2011 during the World Cup last.

The Mumbai Indians played home games at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai for the initial two IPL seasons. In the third season, in 2010, they played every one of the seven home games at the Brabourne Stadium while the Wankhede Stadium went through redesign to have bunch matches and the last of the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup. Mumbai Indians won six out of the seven matches at the Brabourne Stadium that season.

Mumbai Indians presently play their home games at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. The arena is named after previous BCCI President S. K. Wankhede. The arena is claimed by the Mumbai Cricket Association and has a seating limit of 33,108.

Group character

Group name, witticism and logo plan

The saying of the group is “Duniya Hila Denge Hum…”, which means We will shake the world. The principal song of praise of Mumbai Indians depended on this proverb, wherein the Bollywood entertainer Hrithik Roshan was enrolled for a special video crusade.

The group logo is the Sudarshan Chakra (or Razor) as at first the name of the group should be “Mumbai Razors” before Sachin Tendulkar proposed to keep it Mumbai Indians.

Jersey tones

The group’s essential tone is blue with brilliant stripes on either sides of the jersey.[25][26] The group tones was practically something similar in 2008 and 2009, with Idea as the chief support, aside from the variety conceal and extra patrons. In 2010, another unit with brilliant stripes was uncovered. In 2011, unit utilized in 2010 is being utilized with Hero Honda as the principal support. The 2011 pullover likewise has three gold stripes going towards the back on the shirt for the new players in the group. The pack maker was Adidas from the beginning of IPL in 2008 till 2014. In 2015, Performax, an in-house brand of Reliance Trends, supplanted Adidas as the unit producer.

Players

During the player closeout in 2008, the Mumbai Indians effectively bid for seven players, including two individuals from the Indian Twenty-20 World Cup winning side, Harbhajan Singh and Robin Uthappa. Sanath Jayasuriya, Lasith Malinga, Luke Ronchi, Dilhara Fernando and Shaun Pollock were different cricketers who were effectively offered for by the establishment.

Beyond the player sell off, the establishment additionally joined Ajinkya Rahane and Abhishek Nayar (from Mumbai), Yogesh Takawale (WK-Batsman from Maharashtra) and Pinal Shah (WK-Batsman from Baroda). Saurabh Tiwary and Manish Pandey, the individuals from the U-19 World Cup winning group were the irregular picks drafted in during the subsequent sale. Dominic Thornely was likewise endorsed by the Mumbai Indians for an amount of $30,000. South African quick bowler André Nel was endorsed on in the spot of Dwayne Bravo who left the competition early.

During the player sell off in 2008, the Mumbai Indians effectively bid for seven players, including two individuals from the Indian Twenty-20 World Cup winning side, Harbhajan Singh and Robin Uthappa. Sanath Jayasuriya, Lasith Malinga, Luke Ronchi, Dilhara Fernando and Shaun Pollock were different cricketers who were effectively offered for by the establishment.

Beyond the player closeout

the establishment additionally joined Ajinkya Rahane and Abhishek Nayar (from Mumbai), Yogesh Takawale (WK-Batsman from Maharashtra) and Pinal Shah (WK-Batsman from Baroda). Saurabh Tiwary and Manish Pandey,

the individuals from the U-19 World Cup winning group were the irregular picks drafted in during the subsequent sale. Dominic Thornely was likewise endorsed by the Mumbai Indians for an amount of $30,000.

South African quick bowler André Nel was endorsed on in the spot of Dwayne Bravo who left the competition early.

In the 2009 player sell off, the Mumbai Indians joined South African player, JP Duminy for $950,000.

He was the third most costly pick after Kevin Pietersen and Andrew Flintoff (both pursued

$1.55 million by Royal Challengers Bangalore and Chennai Super Kings separately).

Also, Kyle Mills and Mohammad Ashraful for $150,000 and $75,000 individually were purchased by MI the board.

The group likewise marked Graham Napier and Ryan McLaren at the pre-closeout signings.

In the IPL 2010, Mumbai Indians purchased West Indian all-rounder Kieron Pollard for $750,000

($2,750,000) after a quiet sudden death round with Chennai Super Kings,

Royal Challengers Bangalore and the Kolkata Knight Riders, after he intrigued the groups with his

exhibitions at KFC Twenty20 Big Bash and Champions League Twenty20.

2019-present IPL

In 2019, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings played in the last of Vivo IPL 2019 where Mumbai crushed

Chennai by 1 race to become champions for the record fourth time.

The last of IPL 2019 had a spine chiller end which saw Chennai Super Kings requiring 2 runs off the last conveyance,

where Mumbai Indians bowler Lasith Malinga took a wicket on the last conveyance and dominated the game for Mumbai Indians.

Mumbai Indians crushed Chennai Super Kings by 1 race to lift the IPL prize for the record fourth time.

Mumbai Indians

They turned into the main group to have four IPL prizes, and the best group of all time.

Hardik Pandya and Kieron Pollard won the ‘Harrier Super Striker of the Match’ title for 2 and multiple times individually.

Hardik Pandya scored 91 runs off only 34 balls against Kolkata Knight Riders and made

the quickest 50 off only 17 balls in that match.

Alzarri Joseph recorded the best bowling figures – 6/12 in the IPL

history in the match against Sunrisers Hyderabad which was likewise his IPL debut.

In IPL sell off 2020, Mumbai Indians added 6 new names to their crew that are Chris Lynn

(₹20 million), Nathan Coulter-Nile (₹80 million), Saurabh Tiwary (₹5 million), Mohsin Khan (₹2 million), Digvijay Deshmukh (₹2 million), and Balwant Rai Singh (₹2 million).

In 2020

the matches were played in the UAE because of the rising instances of COVID-19 in India.

However with a solid group, Mumbai Indians was misjudged because of their records in

the UAE and because of a notion of bringing home championships in odd years.

However, Mumbai Indians broke that multitude of talks,

proceeded to be the season’s best group and secured their fifth title with a magnificent

collaboration and cooperation.

Before the 2021 Auction,

Mumbai Indians delivered Mitchell McClenaghan, Sherfane Rutherford,

Digvijay Deshmukh, Prince Balwant Rai Singh, James Pattinson and Nathan Coulter-Nile.

In the 2021 Auction, Mumbai Indians got back Nathan Coulter-Nile (₹50 million), Adam Milne (₹32 million),

Piyush Chawla (₹24 million), Marco Jansen (₹2 million), James Neesham (₹5 million),

Arjun Tendulkar (₹2 million), and Yudhvir Singh Charak (₹2 million).

In the underlying matches, Mumbai Indians battled on the sluggish

pitch of Chennai which was one of the nonpartisan settings for IPL 2021.

They lost 3 games out of the initial 5 they played.

The principal reason was their disappointment of the lower center request. Mumbai Indians dominated their next 2 matches and

the center request showing some improvement made significant commitments to seal the success.

Home ground

Wankhede Stadium in April 2011 during the World Cup last.

The Mumbai Indians played home games at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai for the initial two IPL seasons.

In the third season, in 2010, they played every one of the seven home games at the Brabourne Stadium

while the Wankhede Stadium

went through redesign to have bunch matches and the last of the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup.

Mumbai Indians won six out of the seven matches at the Brabourne Stadium that season.

Mumbai Indians presently play their home games at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

The arena is named after previous BCCI President S. K. Wankhede.

The arena is claimed by the Mumbai Cricket Association and has a seating limit of 33,108.

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