The most successful of teams in the Indian Premier League, Mumbai Indians holds the record of being the first team to win the tournament as many as 5 times. The team had its maiden win in IPL in 2013 and after that, the squad has been winning the title every alternate year - 2015, 2017, 2019, and 2020. Last time, they won the IPL title by defeating the Delhi Capitals by 5 wickets in the final competition of IPL 2020. Check out all IPL Winners till date.
The 2022 season of IPL was not so good for Mumbai Indians as they finished in the last position by winning only 4 T20 out of 14. They also released some key players like Hardik Pandya, Krunal Pandya, Quinton de Kock, Rahul, and Chahar in the IPL 2022. Two new teams were also included in the IPL 2022 season i.e, Gujarat Titans and Lucknow Super Giants.
Based in Mumbai, Mumbai Indians is one of the oldest squads of Indian Premier League and has been a part of the tournament since its maiden season in 2008. In the year 2017, MI emerged as the first-ever IPL franchise that crossed the esteemed 100 million USD mark in terms of brand value. At present, the squad boasts the highest brand value (809 crore INR or 115 million USD) among all IPL franchises. It’s to stress here, MI has had been holding highest brand value for 5 years on a row now.
Mumbai Indians have been the most valuable franchise in IPL history since the beginning, followed by Chennai Super Kings.
As of now, Indian batting great Rohit Sharma is the skipper and highest run scorer for Mumbai Indians while Lasith Malinga is the lead wicket taker. Mahela Jayawardene has been appointed as the head coach for Mumbai Indians since 2017 IPL. The batting coach of the team is Robin Singh while Sachin Tendulkar is the batting mentor. MI’s bowling coach is Shane Bond.
Mumbai Indians in Semi final of IPL T20 - 6 times
Mumbai Indians in Final of IPL T20 - 5 times
Mumbai Indians Squad 2023, TATA IPL MI Team Squad List
In IPL 2023, Mumbai Indians will enter the league under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma along with Mark Boucher as the head coach. Kieron Pollard will play the role of batting coach whereas Shane Bond will serve as bowling coach and James Pamment will look the field department. Craig Govender is appointed as Physiotherapist and Zaheer Khan is the global head of cricket development for Mumbai Indians in IPL 2023. Rahul Sanghvi will manage the team as a team manager under the ownership of Mukesh Ambani. Mumbai Indians also appointed Arunkumar Jagadeesh, one of the well-known domestic players of Karnataka, as an assistant batting coach.
In order to atone for its poor effort in the IPL 2022 season, Mumbai Indians (MI) will try their best to be on the top again in IPL 2023 and that is why the franchise has acquired Cameron Green, the second most expensive player of the IPL 2023, for a total of Rs. 17.5 crores. Kieron Pollard will not be seen in the IPL 2023 because of his retirement from the IPL.
Mumbai Indians included Jofra Archer, Tim David, Tristan Stubbs, Jason Behrendroff, Cameron Green, Jhye Richardson, and Duan Jansen as the overseas players. The team is fully packed with talented bowlers like Jasprit Bumrah, Jofra Archer, Jason Behrendorff, and Jhye Richardson. MI is once more evaluating his prolonged batting difficulties in the IPL while supporting their tried-and-true skipper at the forefront, who has five trophies to his credit.
MI's bowling attack appears to be significantly more powerful now that Archer is available to pair up with Bumrah. Richardson's selection elevates him slightly above Tymal Mills from the previous campaign and will also give Green excellent backup as the all-around utility player.
All totaled, Mumbai has bought players like Jhye Richardson, seasoned spin bowler Piyush Chawla, Duan Jansen, Shams Mulani, Nehal Vadhera, and Vishnu Vinod in 2023 at their default rates. Green's acquisition makes the lineup even more potent along with Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Ishan Kishan, Suryakumar Yadav, and Jofra Archer.
- Rohit Sharma (c)
- Suryakumar Yadav
- Tilak Varma
- Ramandeep Singh
- Dewald Brevis
- Ishan Kishan (wk)
- Jasprit Bumrah
- Kumar Kartikeya Singh
- Jofra Archer
- Hrithik Shokeen
- Tim David
- Tristan Stubbs
- Arshad Khan
- Akash Madhwal
- Jason Behrendorff
- Cameron Green
- Jhye Richardson
- Duan Jansen
- Piyush Chawla
- Vishnu Vinod
- Shams Mulani
- Raghav Goyal
- Nehal Wadhera
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Mumbai Indians Performance in IPL Year Wise
Mumbai Indians in IPL 2008
The Mumbai-based squad had a bumpy start in the inaugural IPL season where they couldn’t reach to the Playoffs. They played 14 games in total of which they won in 7 matches and finished on the 5th position on the IPL points table. The team started the 2008 season with master blaster Sachin Tendulkar as the skipper but he had to step down due to injury and Harbhajan Singh was appointed as the captain. But Singh got involved into the infamous slapping charge for slapping Sreesanth (reportedly) from Kings XI Punjab and had to face suspension. In his absence, Shaun Pollock was declared as the captain and the MI squad won 6 of next 6 matches under him. Tendulkar rejoined as a skipper later but could not take the team to Playoffs.
Mumbai Indians in IPL 2009
The 2009 IPL season was a poor year for the Mumbai Indians as they could only manage 5 wins out of 14 matches played. The team finished at the 7th position on the points table that eliminated any chance of getting into Playoffs. Although Tendulkar, Duminy and Malinga tried their best to keep opportunities open for MI yet lack of contributions from other players plummeted the team down in the points table.
Mumbai Indians in IPL 2010
The 3rd IPL season is certainly a turning-point for the Mumbai Indians as that was the season where the team could finally get an opportunity to reach the semi-final and final for the first time. The team began its 2010 IPL journey by buying Trinidad all-rounder star Kieron Pollard who proved to be a worthy inclusion in all aspects. Mumbai Indians started off with a fantastic stint in the 3rd IPL edition and managed to reach to the topmost position of the points table by winning 7 of first 8 matches. The team reached to the semi-final and then to the final by defeating Royal Challengers Bangalore, thanks to Kieron Pollard’s supreme batting and bowling prowess. However, the team got defeated in the final match by Chennai Super Kings. In 2010 IPL, Brabourne Stadium was the home venue for Mumbai Indians as their official venue Wankhede Stadium was not available for ongoing renovations.
Mumbai Indians in IPL 2011
Mumbai Indians commenced their 2011 IPL with the purchase of a bunch of star players like Rohit Sharma, Andrew Symonds as well as Munaf Patel. The team began the innings on a winning note by winning 8 of the initial 10 matches and finished on 3rd point on points table. They defeated Kolkata Knight Riders at the Eliminator Round and then moved to Qualifying Final to face Royal Challengers Bangalore but got defeated to the latter. However, MI pacers Munaf Patel and Lasith Malinga were the leading wicket-takers for 2011 IPL.
Mumbai Indians in IPL 2012
The 5th IPL saw a change of captaincy in Mumbai Indians with Harbhajan Singh being appointed as the new captain as Tendulkar decided to step down in the last moment. Under Harbhajan’s captaincy, the team experienced 4 wins and 4 losses, of which 3 were at their home ground. Tendulkar’s injury at the prime time was a severe blow to the team as he had to stay absent from as many as 4 matches. However, Harbhajan and his boys managed to end up in the 3rd position on points table which took the team to the playoffs. After entering the Playoffs, Mumbai Indians faced Chennai Super Kings in the Eliminator round but lost out to them due to fast loss of wickets.
Mumbai Indians in IPL 2013
The 2013 IPL is undoubtedly a very special season for the Mumbai Indians as that was the season where the team had its very first IPL win. Two of the most important factors that propelled the win for the team were mentorship of Indian bowling great Anil Kumble and appointment of Rohit Sharma as the skipper. Although Ricky Ponting was initially appointed as the captain of the yet he was dropped due to poor batting form and was replaced by Sharma. And of course, the team had the seasoned guidance from the legendary players like Sachin Tendulkar and Jonty Rhodes.
Mumbai Indians started their 2013 season with a loss in the first match but made a solid comeback with the second match. Mention must be made of Kieron Pollard, Dinesh Karthik and Rohit Sharma who played a key role in propelling the team to the Playoffs and certainly to the final. In the final, Mumbai Indians defeated Chennai Super Kings to emerge as the 6th IPL champions.
Mumbai Indians in IPL 2014
The 2014 season did not really go well for the defending champs. They lost their initial 5 matches that were played in the UAE. However, the team managed to put up a reasonable performance in its Indian leg. Despite poor performance in the initial matches, Mumbai Indians were able to grab a spot in the playoffs by beating Rajasthan Royals in a neck-to-neck fight. But, they lost to Chennai Super Kings in the Eliminator match and that marked their end in the 7th season of the Indian premier League.
Mumbai Indians in IPL 2015
The 2015 IPL was also a phenomenal edition for the Mumbai Indians as the season got the team its 2nd win. The Mumbai squad didn’t start the 8th IPL edition on a great note and lost out on the first 4 matches. One of the main reasons behind the concurrent losses was sorry bowling performance from the MI bowlers. Then, the team also lost out on two of their star players, Corey Anderson and Aaron Finch, due to injuries. However, Lendl Simmons played a huge role in taking the team to the Playoffs with his solid batting prowess. Simmons had the able support from other batting greats from the team like Kieron Pollard, Ambati Rayudu and of course the team skipper Rohit skipper. Their collaborative efforts took the squad to the finals where they defeated Chennai Super Kings to clinch their second IPL victory.
Mumbai Indians in IPL 2016
Mumbai Indians were the defending champions of the 2016 IPL season but could not manage to fare well in the 9th edition in the League. They won 7 out of 14 matches played and could only finish in the 5th position on the points table which eliminated their chances in the playoffs.
Mumbai Indians in IPL 2017
The 2017 IPL was another remarkable year for Mumbai Indians as the 10th edition of the League marked the 3rd IPL win for the team. The squad had commenced their 2017 IPL journey with a glorious start and reached right on top of points table winning as many as 10 games from 14 matches. They reached the final all-strong where they defeated Rising Pune Supergiant to grab their 3rd IPL win. The final match between the Mumbai and Pune teams is considered to be the best of all IPL finals as well as IPL matches till date. With the 2017 IPL win, Mumbai Indians emerged as the best successful squad in Indian Premier League.
Mumbai Indians in IPL 2018
The 11th edition of the Indian Premier League did not go well for the defending champs. Mumbai Indians could only manage to win 6 matches out of 14 matches played. Finishing at the 5th position on the points table, they could not even reach up to the playoffs.
Mumbai Indians in IPL 2019
The Mumbai team once again got back to its glorious spirit in the 12th edition of the Indian Premier League. The last IPL was the season where Mumbai Indians created the record of being the first team to win the IPL trophy for the 4th time. And the win catapulted the team to the stature of the most successful IPL teams ever in the history of the League. Mumbai Indians had an exciting final against Chennai Super Giants where the former defeated the latter in a perfect nail-biting match to be cherished forever. MI’s star bowlers Kieron Pollard and Hardik Pandya were felicitated with “Harrier Super Striker of the Match” award 3 and 2 times respectively. Besides, debutant Alzzari Joseph created the record best of bowling figures ever in the history of Indian Premier League.
Mumbai Indians in IPL 2020
Mumbai Indians was captained by Rohit Sharma in IPL 2020. Mumbai Indians team has always been the most impactful team of IPL. It is needless to say that for this team each game is a learning lesson and consistent improvement in performance has been the success mantra for team management as well as players. This consistency made it win various titles including the title of 2020 which was sought by seven other teams also. Every player contributed for win in MI team in IPL 2020. The plus point for MI team in IPL 2020 was middle-order batsman Suryakumar Yadav and Ishan Kishan. Both the batsman showed consistency in their batting and stood up for team in pressure situations. Ishan Kishan scored most runs for Mumbai team in IPL 2020. Jasprit Bumrah and Trent Boult combination handled the bowling attack of Mumbai team. James Pattinson who came as replacement of Lasith Malinga impressed everyone with his performance. MI finished the league stage at top position and also won the title by defeating Delhi Capitals in Finals. Trent Boult was outstanding on the night of finals and won player of the match award for MI.
MI Performance in IPL 2021
In IPL 2021, Mumbai Indians did not start the tournament with a positive attitude and they lost 3 games from their first 5 matches. The main cause was the slow surface of Chennai's pitches and the failure of Mumbai’s lower middle order. But later, they improved their performance and made some brilliant efforts to achieve the next two wins but unfortunately could not qualify for the playoffs and finished at the number 5th position.
Mumbai Indians Performance in IPL 2022
IPL 2022 was the worst season for the Mumbai Indians, it was like a nightmare for Mumbai fans because Mumbai could win only 4 matches out of their 14 matches and ended up in the last position in the points table. The two new teams were also introduced in the IPL 2022 season i.e, Lucknow Super Giants, and Gujarat Titans.
First win - IPL 2013
Second win - IPL 2015
Third win - IPL 2017
Fourth win - IPL 2019
Fifth Win - IPL 2020
Mumbai Indians Team Owner
The owner of Mumbai Indians is Reliance Industries, India’s largest conglomerate. Reliance Industries owns the Mumbai-based IPL team through its 100 percent subsidiary unit IndiaWin Sports.
Mumbai Indians official home venue
Wankhede Stadium is the official home ground for Mumbai Indians. The elite stadium holds a massive capacity of 33,108 people and has had been the host to several high-end cricket matches. Located at Mumbai, the stadium is owned by Mumbai Cricket Association and is named after S. Wankhede, erstwhile BCCI President. However, in the first 2 IPL seasons, Navi Mumbai-based DY Patil Stadium was the home ground for the team. In the 3rd IPL season, Brabourne Stadoum was selected as the official home venue for MI since Wankhede was undergoing renovation works. Mumbai Indians began playing their home matches officially at Wankhede Stadium from the 4th season of the Indian Premier League.
Mumbai Indians Team Captain
Sachin Tendulkar was the first captain of the team right from 2008-2011 Indian Premier League seasons. However, he was replaced by Harbhajan Singh in 2008 due to injury. But when Harbhajan was suspended the same season, Shaun Pollock took the role of skipper. Tendulkar returned to captaincy in the latter part of the season. Harbhajan Singh was the MI captain in 2012 Indian Premier League.
From 2013 IPL, Rohit Sharma has been the skipper of Mumbai Indians.
Season wise MI Captain List
- IPL 2008 (IPL 1) : Sachin Tendulkar
- IPL 2009 (IPL 2) : Sachin Tendulkar
- IPL 2010 (IPL 3) : Sachin Tendulkar
- IPL 2011 (IPL 4) : Sachin Tendulkar
- IPL 2012 (IPL 5) : Harbhajan Singh
- IPL 2013 (IPL 6) : Ricky Ponting and Rohit Sharma
- IPL 2014 (IPL 7) : Rohit Sharma
- IPL 2015 (IPL 8) : Rohit Sharma
- IPL 2016 (IPL 9) : Rohit Sharma
- IPL 2017 (IPL 10) : Rohit Sharma
- IPL 2018 (IPL 11) : Rohit Sharma
- IPL 2019 (IPL 12) : Rohit Sharma
- IPL 2020 (IPL 13) : Rohit Sharma
- IPL 2021 (IPL 14) : Rohit Sharma
- IPL 2022 : Rohit Sharma
- IPL 2023 : Rohit Sharma
Best Players of Mumbai Indians in IPL History
The MI skipper is an able leader and it’s under his dynamic leadership the team has not only risen from its previous sorry state but also went on to win 4 IPL trophies. One of the best batsmen of international cricket, the Hitman’s powerful batting has had saved the day for Mumbai Indians several times.
The Trinidad all-rounder is certainly one of the most dependable players of Mumbai Indians. Be it batting or bowling, Pollard has shown an impeccable performance in every aspect and has been an incredible support to MI. Pollard is an asset for the team and the most important pillar for the middle-order.
Bumrah had his debut in IPL through Mumbai Indians in 2013 and since then had been one of the most loved players of the team. One of the best bowlers of both domestic and international cricket, he has shown an ascending performance in the Indian Premier League with each passing year. Bumrah is in a fantastic form lately which is certainly a great news for the MI squad.
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Did You Know?
Mumbai Indians became the 1st Team to qualify for IPL 2020 final match.
Harshal Patel from Royal Challengers Bangalore team became the first player to take 5 wickets in a match against MI. Check Scorecard.