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IPL 2020: Mumbai Indians Team squad Players list | Auction Details

August 3, 2020

IPL 2020: Mumbai Indians Team squad Players list | Auction Details: Mumbai Indians is considered as one of the dynamic cricket teams of IPL, founded in 2008 owned by Reliance Industries. Mukesh Ambani got the rights for a period of 10 years and then this franchise was eventually named “Mumbai Indians”. This is the only team noted to have crossed $100 million mark in brand value among the other franchises. Going back, in 2019, the value has increased to Rs.809 crore, the highest amongst all other franchises.

Mumbai Indians 2020 squad

MI Win history

2011     Champions League Twenty20           defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by 31 runs

2013      IPL Title                                                defeated Chennai Super Kings                by 23 runs

2013      Champions League Twenty20          defeated Rajasthan Royals                      by 33 runs

2015      IPL Title                                                defeated Chennai Super Kings                by 41 runs

2017      IPL Title                                                 defeating Rising Pune Supergiant          by 1 run

2019      IPL Title                                                  defated Chennai Super Kings                  by 1 run

Also , while playing the tournament, they won their 100th T20, becoming the first team to do so.

Deep Insights of the Team

Current Captain:                  Rohit Sharma ( Also the leading run scorer)

Mumbai Coach:                    Mahela Jayawardene

Home Ground:                     Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai with the capacity of (33, 108)

Secondary Home Ground: Brabourne Stadium with the capacity of (25,000)

IPL 2020 MUMBAI INDIANS SQUAD

Anmolpreet Singh 

Hometown:   Punjab

Role:               Right handed batsman

IPL Auction:  80 lakhs

Hardik Pandya 

Hometown:   Surat, Gujarat

Role:               All rounder

IPL Auction:   11 crores

He is also named in the Cricinfo IPL XI, in 2019.

In the history of IPL, Hardik Pandya is known for smashing runs, always making it a record. He was also named as the Super Striker of the season, with 170 as the rate.

Ishan Kishan 

Hometown:   Bihar

Role:               Left- handed batsman and wicket-keeper

IPL Auction:  6.2 crores

Jayant Yadav 

Hometown:   Haryana

Role:               Bowler

IPL Auction:  50 lakhs

Rohit Sharma 

Hometown:   Nagpur, Maharashtra

Role:               Batsman and occasional right-arm off break bowler

IPL Auction:   15 crores.

He is considered as the most dynamic player of Mumbai Indians, as under him, MI won Champions League Twenty20 competition and 4 IPL Titles in 2013, 2015 , 2017 , and 2019 respectively.

Kieron Pollard 

Hometown:   Trinidad and Tobago (captain of West Indies cricket team)

Role:               All rounder

IPL Auction:  5.4 crore

He was the highest paid player in 2010 auction.

Quinton de Kock 

Hometown:   South Africa

Role:               Wicket- keeper batsmen

IPL Auction:  2.8 crore

Lasith Malinga 

Hometown:   Sri Lanka

Role:               Bowler

IPL Auction:  2 crore

He is the ‘Slinga Malinga’ of the cricket word, there is a wow in the air when he slings his arm to throw off the ball. He’s just a veteran in bowling played more than 100 games, with 3 times win history in the league.

Suryakumar Yadav 

Hometown:   Maharashtra

Role:               Right handed batsman

IPL Auction:  3.2 crore

Krunal Pandya

Hometown:   Gujarat

Role:               Slow left arm orthodox

IPL Auction:  8.8 crore

Jasprit Bumrah

Hometown:   Ahmedabad

Role:               All rounder

IPL Auction:  7 crore

Mitchell McClenaghan

Hometown:   New Zealand

Role:               Bowler

IPL Auction:  1 crore

Rahul Chahar 

Hometown:   Rajasthan

Role:               Bowler

IPL Auction:  1.9 crore

Aditya Tare

Hometown:   Mumbai

Role:               Wicketkeeper Batsman

IPL Auction:  20 lakh

Anukul Roy

Hometown:   Bihar

Role:               Bowler

IPL Auction:   20 lakh

Sherfane Rutherford

Hometown:   Guyana, plays for West Indies team

Role:               Batsman

IPL Auction:   2 crore

Trent Boult

Hometown:   New Zealand

Role:               Bowler

IPL Auction:  3.2 crore

Dhawal Kulkarni

Hometown:   Mumbai

Role:               Bowler

IPL Auction:  75 lakh

History – Main events

2008

India’s forever favourite, Sachin Tendulkar is named as the Icon Player

The First teams of Mumbai Indians : Sanath Jayasuriya (SL), Luke Ronchi (AUS), Dominic Thornely (AUS), Robin Uthappa (IND), Pinal Shah (IND), Abhishek Nayar (IND), Shaun Pollock (SA), Harbhajan Singh (IND), Musavir Khote (IND), Ashish Nehra (IND), Dhawal Kulkarni (IND)

First IPL century – Sanath Jayasuriya

2009

IPL moves to South Africa, Pollock retires but takes over as Head Coach

Lasith Malinga makes his powerful debut

2010

The Runners-up

Most runs: Sachin Tendulkar – 618 runs

Most wickets: Harbhajan Singh – 17 wickets

CLT20 finish

Most runs: Sachin Tendulkar – 148 runs

Most wickets: Lasith Malinga – 6 wickets

2011

Rohit Sharma added up

Malinga got – ‘The Man of the Tournament’ for his performance in the CLT20

2012

Rohit Sharma scored his first 105 plus runs for MI vs KKR  at the Eden Gardens

MI’s highest partnership till date between Gibbs and Rohit, , a total of 169 runs

2013

MI beat CSK to lift their first-ever IPL trophy

Sachin Tendulkar announces retirement, plays his last game 

Most runs: Rohit Sharma – 538 runs

Most wickets: Harbhajan Singh – 24 wickets

Since IPL has this ‘icon players’ rule, these players are required to play from their own city only. The Mumbai franchise bought several heroic players such as Shaun Pollock, Sanath Jayasuriya, Harbhajan Singh, Lasith Malinga and Robin Uthappa and made Lalchand Rajput as the first coach of the team. Sachin Tendulkar was made captain of Mumbai Indians, he got injured later that year and Harbhajan Singh took over but unfortunately, team saw downfall by getting defeated in the first four games. 

Their first match was a five-wicket defeat to the Royal Challengers Bangalore on  2008 at Wankhede Stadium . During the same time, Harbhajan  was suspended from the tournament for reportedly slapping Sreesanth during Mumbai’s league match against Kings XI Punjab. After this scenario, Shaun Pollock held the leadership duties until Sachin returned. Mumbai actually struggled hard to put up consistent performances during the season. Duminy and Tendulkar were the only hope for batting, while Malings was solely expected to do brilliant in bowling. They had less strong players at that time. 

Also,  there were  minimal contributions from other players, that made it little hard for the team in the very starting. With only five wins from 14 matches, Mumbai finished on seventh place in the league table. Till present, Lasith Malinga is the leading wicket taker of the team and the IPL as well. No matter their rough start, they began to kick off well from 2013 by winning straight 4 titles. MI are also known to have an excellent scouting network as they have produced world-class talents such as Jasprit Bumrah and Hardik Pandya.

It is just impossible to talk about IPL without talking about the Hitman, Sachin Tendulkar. He got for the team the first orange cap in 2010 with 618 runs as the IPL finals were just about to begin. Also, this made his record as the first Indian to score 600+ runs in that edition. After their first trophy in 2013, the legend retired. He is still considered as the most golden player in IPL.

2014 AND BEYOND

2014–2018

In 2014, Lady luck had not been much supportive to the team, as MI lost 5 of the matches in UAE but they did amazingly well in the next match defeating Sunrisers Hyderabad but lost the other matches. They did made their powerful comeback but were inconsistent with their performance.

 In one interesting match against Kings XI Punjab, Lendl Simmons scored a 100 due to which they won by seven wickets. With some players really good at batting, MI reached the pay offs they deserve but they kept losing the important matches, that eventually led to the elimination of their 2014 campaign. In 2015, they won their second IPL Title. They lost Aaron Finch and Corey Anderson due to injury for the rest of the remaining season, which meant Lendl Simmons got a comeback into the team and with 6 half-centuries, it literally gave the team solid start throughout the season. Mumbai went on to win 9 out of their last 10 Matches to win the title, thanks to solid batting performances from Simmons, Rohit Sharma,  Rayudu and Pollard and good bowling from Malinga of course, McClenaghan and H Singh. In IPL 2017, the Mumbai Indians finished at the top of the points table, winning 10 out of 14 matches while In IPL 2018, the Mumbai Indians finished at fifth spot after winning 6 and losing 8 matches. 

2019 was pretty good for the team, as they played the final of VIVO IPL 2019 where Mumbai defeated Chennai by 1 run to become champions for the fourth time. It was such a thriller match! – MI won by 1 run and bought the lucky trophy for the 4th time, seeing the downfalls they had in the past right from very beginning and seeing them literally rising from it makes this team a true success example for all of us!

Priyanshi Chawla
I'm Priyanshi Chawla, currently pursuing Journalism and Mass Communication from Delhi University. Since childhood I developed a bond with writing, from writing letters to creating content for big publishing houses, my journey is wonderful and much learning .I am freelancer writer now, exploring more everyday.
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