Mumbai team players celebrate IPL 2019 win at Ambani's residence Antilia

Mumbai team players along with co-owner Nita Ambani celebrated their Indian Premier League 2019 win with some Bollywood A-listers

Grand celebrations in Antilia

The franchise owners organised a get-together at the Ambani residence, Antilia after the open bus parade through the streets of the city. 

The team were joined by celebrities and industrialists and few Bollywood A-listers for the grand celebrations. 

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IPL 2019: Champions bus

An open-bus parade took place on Monday evening as thousands turned up to cheer for the players and the support staff following Mumbai's IPL 2019 victory in Hyderabad. 

Mumbai fans walked in front of the champions bus during the course of the parade, chanting names of the star players of the team. 

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Victory parade

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 Altamount Road to Nariman Point. 

The Mumbai team has one of the most loyal fanbases in the tournament and it showed up in large numbers to celebrate on the streets of Mumbai. 

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Nita Ambani couldn't watch the final over

Mumbai co-owner Nita Ambani, who was watching the match live at the stadium shared her experience when the decisive last over was going on. 

"Last over I couldn't see. I just went by the cheers of the crowd," said Nita Ambani during the post-match presentation. 

"All the times Rohit has been the captain in 2013, 2015, 2017 and 2019. Congratulations for leading our team so beautifully," she added.

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Bumrah is best in the world: Tendulkar

Jasprit Bumrah was given Man of Match award for his economical bowling in the death overs and picking up two wickets in the crucial match. 

"Without any doubt, I go on record and say that he (Bumrah) is the best bowler in the world at this stage and the best is yet to come (from him) hopefully," said Mumbai's mentor Sachin Tendulkar. 

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Captain Rohit: 'Malinga is a champion'

Mumbai skipper Rohit Sharma picked Lasith Malinga over Hardik Pandya in the last over of the Indian Premier League 2019 final. 

Rohit was ready to carry the cross had the decision to use Malinga backfired but had a gut feeling that Malinga will be able to pull it off. 

The Sri Lankan repaid the faith his skipper showed in him defending nine runs off the final over. 

Rohit said, "Malinga is a champion, he has been doing it for many years for us. I was thinking of Hardik for the final over, but I wanted to back someone who has been in that situation for us before, and Malinga has been there many times."

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Rohit Sharma with wife Ritika and daughter

Captain Rohit Sharma's wife Ritika Sajdeh also attended the celebrations with their newborn daughter, Samaira. 

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Kieron Pollard lifts the trophy with Nita Ambani

Kieron Pollard hit crucial 41 runs for Mumbai in the finals, making him the top scorer for the side.

He was seen smiling along with team co-owner Nita Ambani while lifting the trophy outside Antilia.

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Zaheer Khan poses with wife

Director of cricket for the Mumbai team, Zaheer Khan was also present during the celebrations along with wife Sagarika Ghatge. 

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Yuvraj Singh and Hardik Pandya celebrate with team

Yuvraj Singh and Hardik Pandya were spotted at the Ambani residence for the grand celebrations after the victory parade in the champions bus. 

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