MI are the five-time IPL champions.
There are just a few actually shocking names whom you may need by no means heard of with regards to the Mumbai Indians within the cash-rich IPL.
Being probably the most profitable workforce within the historical past of IPL, they’re the five-time title winners. The fortunes of the franchise modified when Rohit Sharma was handed over the captaincy duties. They have had many legendary gamers of their workforce like Sachin Tendulkar, Sanath Jayasuriya, Ricky Ponting, Zaheer Khan, Shane Bond, and Mitchell Johnson.
They have an enviable rivalry towards Chennai Super Kings. Mumbai Indians have defeated CSK 4 occasions within the finals of IPL (2013, 2015, 2017, and 2019). Mumbai Indians are additionally identified for having an unbreakable relationship with nail-biting matches. They have performed some very shut encounters with completely different groups within the league.
The icon participant for Mumbai Indians within the league was Sachin Tendulkar. Interestingly, Sachin Tendulkar was not part of the first-ever taking part in 11 within the IPL. They performed their first-ever sport on twentieth April 2008 at Wankhede Stadium towards Royal Challengers Bangalore. MI confronted a defeat of their first sport by 5 wickets within the final over.
The first taking part in 11 of Mumbai Indians was a little bit completely different from the present set of gamers. Let’s attempt to discover out what are they doing now
1. Luke Ronchi (WK)
Luke Ronchi opened the batting for Mumbai Indians of their first sport. He performed worldwide cricket each for Australia and New Zealand. He made his debut for Australia in ODIs and T20Is in 2008. After 2008 he by no means obtained an opportunity to play for Australia. He determined to maneuver to his beginning nation that was New Zealand. He was within the Kiwi squad for the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup.
He scored eight runs in MI’s first sport. He performed for MI within the first two seasons and after that, he was by no means picked within the league’s auctions. He introduced his retirement from worldwide cricket in June 2017. In April 2019, he was appointed because the wicket-keeping and fielding coach till the completion of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. He is at the moment searching for teaching alternatives.