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‘You’re Never Loyal’ Mumbai Indians ‘Fan’ Slammed For Jumping Ship To RCB After Delhi Loss


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For the second time in the early days of the Indian Premier League 2021, the reigning champions in the Mumbai Indians fought till the very end, despite a low-scoring total in the first half but ended up as the losing side.

Unable to gauge to the notoriously infamous pitch of the Chepauk Stadium in Chennai, the entire batting roster of Mumbai struggled to put up numbers against the Delhi Capitals, other than their skipper Rohit Sharma, who also lost his wicket after a 44-run innings in just 30 deliveries.

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The fall of Quinton de Kock for 2 runs, a single from Krunal Pandya, and a golden duck for his brother Hardik Pandya did not look good on their resumes, although a quick-fire 24 of 15 from Suryakumar Yadav did add some value to his squad’s efforts.

To make matters worse, Sharma was seen leaving the field quickly after Rishabh Pant’s side came to bat and the captaincy was put on Windies legend Kieron Pollard’s shoulders, who did exceedingly well as bowler-management and even dismissed Steve Smith with a cheeky change of pace in his delivery in the 10 over of the innings.

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Despite the match going till the final over the Delhi Capitals, and yes, there were times when it felt as if they would not be able to chase down the below-average score of 137, Shemron Hetmyer and Lalit Yadav stood their ground and got the victory home.

Watching their side lose after a disappointing batting session, an apparent fan of the roster went on a rant about how he was done with the Mumbai Indians and had no intentions of watching them play, even on the television. And then he did something that not even a casual MI fan would have liked to hear - he took his “fanhood” to the rival franchise, Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Thats it.That seals the deal. Im no longer an Mi fan. I’ve been an Mi fan since 2008 and a season ticket holder since 2008. I will no longer watch on TV or renew my season tickets.I’m taking my fanhood to team RCB where they actually know how to run a cricket team.

— Allen (@AllenFCB12) April 20, 2021

“Thats it.That seals the deal. Im no longer an Mi fan. I’ve been an Mi fan since 2008 and a season ticket holder since 2008. I will no longer watch on TV or renew my season tickets.I’m taking my fanhood to team RCB where they actually know how to run a cricket team.” he wrote on Twitter.

Some of the other fans of the franchise completely blasted him off with their responses:

then you were not MI fan You are winning team fan

— Hima SaiNath (@Himasainath1) April 20, 2021

Tere jaise fan chahiye bhi nahi... Fan to wo hote hai jaise ki RR ke and RCB ke... Har baar unki team flop hoti hai but they still support them. They didn't changed their favourite team.

— Nitin Jaiswal (@nitinsjaiswal) April 21, 2021

Good we dont need fans like uu

— "Men apart, every man an emperor" (@LongSho94387916) April 20, 2021

You are not MI fan anymore? Such big loss to MI

— Imad (@i_mad_20) April 20, 2021

glory hunter Plastic fan

— Mumbai Forever (@MumbaiForever22) April 20, 2021

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