Three-time IPL champions Mumbai Indians are all set to win their 4th IPL title after going through to the final of Vivo IPL 12 after defeating Chennai Super Kings in the Qualifier 1 quite convincingly in the end. Mumbai Indians played some
Mumbai born batsman Shreyas Iyer finally made it to the grandest stage of all. The right-handed batsman earned his maiden One Day international call-up as the selectors revealed the Indian team for their upcoming battle against Sri-Lanka. The 22-year-old has some monumental
Captain of Mumbai in the domestic circuit, Aditya Tare had stated that the four day Ranji clash against Baroda starting from Thursday would be a “special” one for their team which is also going to be the 500th first-class encounter for the
Mumbai have been bolstered by the inclusion of likes of Shreyas Iyer, Prithvi Shaw, Dhawal Kulkarni and Aditya Tare for their encounter against Tamil Nadu in Mumbai. The former three players missed the first game of their side due to Board President’s XI
Mumbai skipper and batting mainstay Aditya Tare has opted to pull out of the Ranji opener for his state against Madhya Pradesh in Indore on October 14, as his wife back home is expecting a baby. Before their first fixture, Tare had
Aditya Tare will lead a low-profile Mumbai side in their first game of the Ranji season against Madhya Pradesh. Suryakumar Yadav, who was in contention to get appointed as the captain of the side, has been given the duties of the vice-captain.
Mumbai batsmen today created history as they chased down a target of 96 in just 5.4 overs, to finish the game as early as possible. The aggressive batting from Suryakumar Yadav and Aditya Tare saw Mumbai winning the game in just 34 deliveries.
The unfit batsman Rohit Sharma, who suffered an injury during the Test series against England has not been named in Mumbai squad for the upcoming Vijay Hazare Trophy 2016/17. There was news that Rohit might turn up for Mumbai to prove his
Ajinkya Rahane, who has been dropped from the Indian T20 squad for the series against England has been named in the Mumbai squad for the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2017. The 15-member squad also includes 45-year old Pravin Tambe, who has been
“Yes, shaving off my beard on the third day morning was a part of superstition as beard was unlucky yesterday”, said an elated Abhishek Nayar on the third day of the Ranji Trophy 2015/16 when Mumbai trumped Saurashtra in the final match