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The players of Mumbai Indians, the IPL team owned by Reliance Industries, have the legendary Sachin Tendulkar was first captain.

Mumbai Indians

Mumbai IndiansMumbai Indians represents one of the eight cricket teams in the Indian Premier League. Owned by India's biggest conglomerate, Reliance Industries, through its 100% subsidiary Ratipriya Trading, the team was auctioned off for $111.9 million, making it the most expensive team in the entire IPL squad. Mumbai Indians has led in first edition by none other than the legendary player Sachin Tendulkar himself, who was also its 'Icon Player'.

Unveiled on the 17th April 2008, in Mumbai, the team won the right to hold the semi-finals and the final in their host city. Even though Mumbai Indians had a bad tally, of 7 wins and 7 losses, it stood at fifth rank, with 14 points and net run rate of +0.570. The color of the team is blue, while its jersey is a two-tone blue, with three orange stripes.

The brand ambassador of Mumbai Indians is the current heartthrob of Bollywood - Hrithik Roshan. The team has two home grounds - Wankhede Stadium and Dr. D.Y. Patil Sports Academy. They won the 2011 and 2013 Champions League Twenty20. The team won its first IPL title, in 2013, by defeating Chennai Super Kings by 23 runs in the finals played at Kolkata. And at Eden Garden they again winner in 2015.

Mumbai had a settled squad before the auction and they strengthened it further by buying Buttler and Southee, along with a few domestic names.

Captain Change
In the initial stages of its first season, Mumbai Indians lost its captain, Sachin Tendulkar, because of a hamstring injury. Thereafter, Harbhajan Singh took over, but was suspended for slapping Sreesanth. The captaincy was then handled by Shaun Pollock, till the return of Tendulkar, on 14th May 2008. In 2014, Aussies legend Ricky Ponting led in initial match but the Mumbai Indians are currently captained by Rohit Sharma, and coached by John Wright.

Logo
The logo of Delhi Daredevils has a Sudarshan chakra in it, along with the team's name.

Year wise Team Performance

Year - Position
2008 - Fifth
2009 - Seventh
2010 - Runner-up
2011 - Third
2012 - Fourth
2013 - Winner
2014 - Fourth
2015 - Winner
2016 - Fifth
2017 - Winner
2018 - Fifth
2019 - Winner

Mumbai Indians 2020 full squad

Batsmen:

  • Rohit Sharma (Captain) - India
  • Anmolpreet Singh - India
  • Suryakumar Yadav - India
  • Chris Lynn - Australia
  • Saurabh Tiwary - India

All-rounders

  • Anukul Roy - India
  • Jayant Yadav - India
  • Krunal Pandya - India
  • Hardik Pandya - India
  • Kieron Pollard - West Indies
  • Sherfane Rutherford - West Indies
  • Prince Balwant Rai Singh - India

Wicket-keepers

  • Quinton de Kock - South Africa
  • Aditya Tare - India
  • Ishan Kishan - India

Bowlers

  • Rahul Chahar - India
  • Mitchell McClenaghan - New Zealand
  • Jasprit Bumrah - India
  • Lasith Malinga - Sri Lanka
  • Trent Boult - New Zealand
  • Dhawal Kulkarni - India
  • Nathan Coulter-Nile - Australia
  • Mohsin Khan - India
  • Digvijay Deshmukh - India

Administration and Support Staffs/Coaches:

  • Owner - Reliance Industries (Nita Ambani and Akash Ambani)
  • Team manager - Rahul Sanghvi
  • Director of Cricket Operations - Zaheer Khan
  • Head coach - Mahela Jayawardene
  • Batting coach - Robin Singh
  • Batting mentor - Sachin Tendulkar
  • Bowling coach - Shane Bond
  • Fielding coach - James Pamment
  • Talent scouts - John Wright, T. A. Sekhar, Abey Kuruvilla, Kiran More and Pravin Amre
  • Physiotherapist - Nitin Patel
  • Strength and conditioning coach - Paul Chapman
  • Sports massage therapist - Amit Shah
  • Video analyst - L. Varun
  • Assistant physiotherapist - Ashutosh Nimse
  • Assistant trainer - Pratik Kadam
  • Assistant trainer - Nagendra Prasad
  • Nutritionist - Kinita Kadakia Patel
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