Rohit Sharma Wishes Fans Happy Diwali, Says 'Mumbai Indians is One Big Family' | WATCH VIDEO
India opener and Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma wished his fans and his teammates happy Diwali. During a Mumbai Indians gathering, Rohit addressed a crowd where he spoke of the franchise and its success. The Mumbai batsman recalled how the franchise had not won a single IPL title till 2013 and now they are the most successful side.
"One thing I have been hearing for the last one hour is - family. This team here is all about that. We have played as a family and that has been our strength. Whatever happens on the field - we win or we lose, we will be a family. That is something that has stuck with us all these years. I remember when I came into this team in 2011, until 2013, we had not won the title. Now, we stand here as the most successful team gives me a lot of pleasure to be a part of such a team. I am sure this team is scripted for greater heights," said Rohit Sharma.
Here is the video posted by Mumbai Indian on their social accounts:.
"Until 2013, we didn't win a single trophy. And now, I stand here with the most successful team" - @ImRo45 💙#OneFamily#MumbaiIndians#MIDiwalipic.twitter.com/W6Ivl8KDJo.Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) October 26, 2019
Mumbai Indians owner Nita Ambani lavished praise on Rohit as she said, "Mumbai Indians have given us all, countless moments of joy and happiness and unbound excitement.
"Mumbai Indians have given us all, countless moments of joy and happiness and unbound excitement. - Mrs. Nita Ambani#MIDiwali#MumbaiIndians#OneFamily@ImRo45pic.twitter.com/WMZ4aXXCaS.Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) October 25, 2019
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