history

2019

Season finish: Champions

Most runs: Quinton de Kock - 529 runs
Most wickets: Jasprit Bumrah - 19 wickets

MI become the first team to win the IPL 4 times

Quinton de Kock becomes the first 'keeper to score over 500 runs and take 15 dismissals in a single IPL season

Hardik Pandya smashes the fastest fifty of IPL 2019 -- off 17 balls vs KKR

6/12 vs SRH - Alzarri records the best-ever IPL figures on debut

First team to win 100 IPL matches

Player-Mentor-Player: MI relieve Malinga as their Bowling Mentor, buy him back in the auction as a player

Yuvraj Singh joins MI

Zaheer Khan joins as Director of Cricket Operations

2018

Season finish: 5th

Most runs: Suryakumar Yadav - 512 runs
Most wickets: Hardik Pandya - 18 wickets

Surya’s breakthrough season on his MI return, top-scores for us with over 500 runs

Ishan Kishan slams the joint-fastest fifty for MI - off 17 balls vs KKR

Lasith Malinga takes over as Bowling Mentor

2017

Season finish: Champions

Most runs: Parthiv Patel - 395 runs
Most wickets: Jasprit Bumrah - 20 wickets

Mitchell Johnson defends 10 in the last over against RPS as MI win third title and become the most successful team in IPL history

Jasprit Bumrah’s outstanding spell of 3/7 against KKR helps MI reach the finals

Kieron Pollard's 70 rescues MI against RCB

Jasprit Bumrah bowls a phenomenal over against GL to help MI win the game for the first time in a Super Over

MI’s highest team total: 223/6 vs KXIP

Hardik Pandya owns a record - he scored the most runs in an over in the season (28 vs RPS)

Mahela takes over as the Head Coach

2016

Season finish: 5th

Most runs: Rohit Sharma - 489 runs
Most wickets: Mitchell McClenaghan - 17 wickets

MI win with a swooping 80-run margin against Delhi Daredevils (Capitals)

Pollard's 19-ball 40 helps MI chase 171 against RCB

Hardik's elder brother, Krunal joins MI

2015

Season finish: Champions

Most runs: Lendl Simmons - 540 runs
Most wickets: Lasith Malinga - 24 wickets

MI win 9 out of our last 10 matches to get the cup back home

Hardik Pandya joins MI, makes an immediate impact with a blistering 31-ball 61 against KKR

Mitchell McClenaghan joins MI

2014

Season finish: Playoffs

Most runs: Lendl Simmons - 394 runs
Most wickets: Lasith Malinga - 16 wickets

CLT20 finish: Qualifying Group

Most runs: Lendl Simmons - 96 runs
Most wickets: Pragyan Ojha - 4 wickets

MI hunt down 190 runs in 14.3 overs, courtesy a dramatic last-ball Tare six. They win five in five to seal a playoffs spot

Zaheer Khan makes his return in MI colours

2013

Season finish: Champions

Most runs: Rohit Sharma - 538 runs
Most wickets: Harbhajan Singh - 24 wickets

CLT20 finish: Qualifying Group

Most runs: Lendl Simmons - 223 runs
Most wickets: Pragyan Ojha - 4 wickets

Sachin Tendulkar announces retirement, plays his last game in the MI Blue

MI beat RR to lift their second CLT20 trophy

MI beat CSK to lift their first-ever IPL trophy

MI win all home games at the Wankhede (8/8)

Ricky steps down mid-season, drops himself and Rohit is named as the captain for the first time

Jasprit Bumrah joins MI, arrives at the big stage by removing Kohli

Ricky Ponting joins MI, announced as captain

Anil Kumble is announced as the team mentor, John Wright becomes the Head Coach

2012

Season finish: Playoffs

Most runs: Rohit Sharma - 433
Most wickets: Lasith Malinga - 22 wickets

CLT20 finish: Group Stage

Most runs: Dinesh Karthik - 123 runs
Most wickets: Lasith Malinga - 8 wickets

Sachin, Smith tame the Royals - power MI to a 10-wicket win with an unbeaten 163-run stand

MI’s highest partnership till date - 167* between Gibbs and Rohit

Rohit Sharma scored his first ton for MI vs KKR - 109 at the Eden Gardens

Harbhajan takes over captaincy

2011

Season finish: Playoffs

Most runs: Sachin Tendulkar - 553 runs
Most wickets: Lasith Malinga - 28 wickets

CLT20 finish: Champions

Most runs: Kieron Pollard - 123 runs
Most wickets: Lasith Malinga - 10 wickets

Malinga is named as the Man of the Tournament for his heroics in the CLT20

MI beat RCB to lift their first-ever Champions League T20 trophy

Sachin Tendulkar hits his first and only ton for MI

Malinga with 28 wickets, finishes as the Purple Cap holder

Rohit Sharma joins MI

Think-tank retains Sachin, Pollard, Harbhajan, Malinga

2010

Season finish: Runners-up

Most runs: Sachin Tendulkar - 618 runs
Most wickets: Harbhajan Singh - 17 wickets

CLT20 finish: Group Stage

Most runs: Sachin Tendulkar - 148 runs
Most wickets: Lasith Malinga - 6 wickets

Sachin Tendulkar lights up the IPL, wins the Orange Cap with 618 runs to his name

First ever IPL final

ESA (then EFA) was introduced

Kieron Pollard joins MI

2009

Season finish: 7th 7th

Most runs: JP Duminy - 372 runs
Most wickets: Lasith Malinga - 18 wickets

Zaheer Khan joins MI

Lasith Malinga makes his MI debut

IPL moves to South Africa, Pollock announces retirement but takes over as Head Coach

2008

Season finish: 5th

Most runs: Sanath Jayasuriya - 514 runs
Most wickets: Ashish Nehra - 12 wickets

First IPL century for MI - Sanath Jayasuriya

First-ever MI XI: Sanath Jayasuriya (SL), Luke Ronchi (AUS), Dominic Thornely (AUS), Robin Uthappa (IND), Pinal Shah (IND), Abhishek Nayar (IND), Shaun Pollock (SA), Harbhajan Singh (IND), Musavir Khote (IND), Ashish Nehra (IND), Dhawal Kulkarni (IND)

India’s favourite son, Sachin Tendulkar is named as the Icon Player

Mumbai Indians is formed