Triple The Celebration: Rohit Sharma Has Lifted The 'IPL Champions' Trophy As A Bachelor, Husband And Father. Here's How

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Mumbai Indians became IPL champions for the fourth time after defeating Chennai Super Kings by one run in a thrilling final on Sunday.

Written By Daamini Sharma | Mumbai | Updated On:

Mumbai Indians became IPL champions for the fourth time after defeating Chennai Super Kings by one run in a thrilling final on Sunday. However, Captain of the team Rohit Sharma had three more reason to celebrate. Well, the official Twitter handle of the IPL Champions states that, Sharma has now lifted the IPL trophy as a Bachelor, Husband and Father.

Take a look:

Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma had also said that winning the fourth Indian Premier League (IPL) title in front of his daughter Samaira was special.

"It is special. Not just Samaira but you (addressing his wife, Ritika) also. Yes, (winning in front of) Samaira because this is her first IPL and she came for most of the games. I'm very happy," Rohit said replying to Ritika, who asked him how he felt about winning the fourth title in front of Samaira in an IPL video.

Mumbai has defeated MS Dhoni's Chennai Super Kings in the final on Sunday by 1 run in a humdinger of a contest in Hyderabad to lift the trophy for the fourth time after 2013, 2015 and 2017.

Here's the full math:

  • 2013: Bachelor
  • 2015: Bachelor
  • 2017: Husband
  • 2019: Father

Read: Mumbai Indians' Lucky Charm? Here's MS Dhoni's Overall Record Against The IPL's Most Successful Team

Earlier, Mumbai Indians' open-bus parade in Mumbai took place on Monday evening as thousands turned up to cheer for the players and the support staff following their IPL 2019 triumph a day before in Hyderabad.

The franchise owners organised a get-together with the fans at Antilia and they rode in an open bus through the streets of the city to their team hotel at Nariman point from there onwards.

The whole team along with the support staff members were present at the gathering along with hundreds and thousands of fans who have lined up on the streets from Altamound Road to Nariman Point.

Read: Winning 4th IPL Title In Front Of Daughter Samaira Is Special, Says Rohit Sharma

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