After the postponement of IPL 2021, all the players associated with Mumbai Indians have returned home. The team has given information about this. Mumbai reported that all the players from India have gone home, while Australian players and Sri Lankan head coach Mahela Jayawardene will be on their way to the Maldives. The BCCI decided to postpone the 14th season of the Indian Premier League after Corona reported several cases.
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The five-time champions’ team made several tweets informing them of the visit of their players and support staff. The team said, ‘Indian players have returned to their respective cities. All travel and safety protocols related to the corona were followed. Players and support staff from Mumbai and Ahmedabad will board a chartered flight via Ahmedabad. The crew of the aircraft has completed a seven-day quarantine at the Team Hotel in Delhi. Australian players and support staff members will fly to Maldives by special aircraft. Mumbai Indians have arranged their 14-day quarantine in the Maldives.
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The Mumbai team has two Australian players Chris Lynn and Nathan Kuppler Nile. Players from New Zealand, South Africa and the West Indies will fly to Auckland, Johannesburg and Trinidad on chartered flights. Mumbai’s performance was nothing special this season and the team looked struggling. However, thanks to a stormy 87-run knock by Kieron Pollard in the last match played against Chennai Super Kings, Mumbai beat CSK to dust by chasing a target of over 200 for the first time in IPL history.