Top 5 celebrations by Mumbai Indians’ players in IPL
Recap of the most enthralling celebrations by Mumbai Indians' players over the years
Published - Apr 19, 2017 6:49 pm | Updated - Apr 20, 2017 2:46 am
The most entertaining T20 league in the world, Indian Premier League has thrown some of the closest nerve wrecking thrillers over the years. For some, it was all about a night of heartbreaks while for others, it was sheer joy to watch their men break into a victory run. The shortest format of the game’s unpredictability has been put on display on numerous occasions, a certain turn of events have resulted in the fortune of the teams.
Talking about Mumbai Indians, the side doesn’t lack characters, as each one of them has come out winning with their own signature moves. The Mumbai franchise has lifted the IPL trophy twice, 2013 and 2015. And they will look to repeat a similar tale this season too. The dugout is boosted with power hitters, game-changing all-rounders, and specialist T20 bowlers, and they look hungrier than ever before
Talking about signature moves and celebrations, today we check out five of the best celebrations by the ‘Paltans’ of Mumbai Indians:
1) Aditya Tare’s cry of victory
The defending champions- Mumbai Indians ramped onto the playoffs of IPL 2014 after clinching a record-breaking victory against Rajasthan Royals during the, in what turned out to be a do-or-die contest for both the sides. A power-packed performance by Corey Anderson guided Mumbai Indians home under 15 overs but it was their wicket-keeper batsman Aditya Tare who unleashed his best.
Tare smashed a full-toss off James Faulkner for a six to take them home in the dying minutes. The six was followed by some unreal celebration, where Tare was seen expressing his joy with a victory run, as the mentor of the Rajasthan Royals, Rahul Dravid threw his cap hard on the ground, a sight we haven’t seen too often from the wise man.
Mumbai didn’t enter the final that year, but this particular match turned out to be one of the most famous nail-biting contests in the history of IPL. And for a youngster like Aditya Tare, it was just like a ‘Javed Miandad moment’.