Mumbai Indians launches their new jersey ahead of IPL 2018
Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Mumbai Indians launched its new jersey earlier today. The new jersey has a bit more golden tinge to it which makes it more attractive, unlike the other seasons.
With a brand new edition coming closer, they fever started to grip in. Teams have started promoting their new players, ad-shoots have begun, and most importantly, new jersey designs are being unveiled.
First, it was Chennai Super Kings and Kings XI Punjab, who unveiled their jerseys for the IPL 2018.
Meanwhile, this is the ninth time in 11 editions they have come up with new attire. One of the richest franchises, they have changed the shades of blue in almost all season.
The newly launched jersey takes the gold and blue to a new level. The jersey has gold stripes on the shoulder and one the sides, giving it a look of the armor.
Here is the video:
3-time champions will wear the Blue & Gold with pride!
— Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) March 24, 2018
Meanwhile, the defending champions will look to continue their winning run and replicate their performances from the last season. Meanwhile, they have almost retained their core group of players and added a few interesting names to their squad.
Skipper Rohit Sharma and his boys will start their preparations on March 26 at the Wankhede Stadium.
However, this edition of IPL starts from April 7 with Mumbai taking on Chennai Super Kings at Mumbai.
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