MI: Mumbai Indians are arguably the best team in the history of the Indian Premier League. Mumbai is the only team that has won the IPL title five times in its history. They won the tournament in 2013, 2015, 2015, 2019, and 2020. MI also won the Champions League in 2011. That shows the dominance of this team in the tournament.
They are the only team with a higher total than the four-time champions, Chennai Super Kings. With so much success over the years, this team has also gone through some non-performances. They ended up at the bottom of the table in IPL 2022. Apart from that, they have also registered some low scores over the years. In this article, we will cover the list of lowest totals for Mumbai in the IPL.
Mumbai Indians Lowest IPL Score
|87||18.5||2||SRH||Wankhede||24 Apr 2018|
|87||12.5||2||KXIP||Mohali||10 May 2011|
|92||19.2||1||DC||Wankhede||16 Apr 2012|
|92||18.2||2||RR||Jaipur||17 Apr 2013|
|92||16.3||2||SRH||Visakhapatnam||8 May 2016|
|94/8||20.0||1||RR||Jaipur||29 Apr 2011|
|101/9||20.0||2||Pune Warriors||Wankhede||6 Apr 2012|
|108||19.1||2||KKR||Wankhede||16 May 2012|
|111||18.1||2||RCB||Dubai (DSC)||26 Sep 2021|
|113||17.3||2||KKR||DY Patil||9 May 2022|
3. MI (92 all out) vs DD in 2012 season
The third lowest score for the Mumbai Indians was resgitered against the Delhi Daredevils (now Delhi Capitals). It came in the 19th match of the 2012 season at Wankhede. Delhi won the toss and put Mumbai to bat first. Mumbai had a poor start with both openers getting dismissed for 5 runs in 3.1 overs. Rohit Sharma (29 off 27) batted for a while, but he too got out.
In the end, skipper Harbhajan Singh tried to hit some shots and made 33 off 22 balls. He helped his team to reach 92 all out in 19.2 overs. MI finished with the third-lowest total. Apart from Rohit and Bhajji, none of the batter reached the 10-run mark. In reply, DC were very clinical with their chase. They made 93/3 in 14.5 overs to win the match by seven wickets.
2. MI (87 all out) vs KXIP in 2011 season
The second lowest total for MI came against Kings XI Punjab (now Punjab Kings). It came in the 54th match of the 2011 season in Mohali. It was Mumbai that won the toss and decided to bowl first. Batting first, Punjab had some good partnerships and they finished at 163/8 in their 20 overs. For MI, Munaf Patel bowled brilliantly and took 5/21 in that match.
Coming out to chase, Mumbai struggled and lost their first three wickets for just 27 runs in 4.1 overs, including the wicket of skipper Sachin Tendulkar. MI kept losing wickets at regular intervals. In the end, they got all out for just 87 runs in 12.5 overs and lost the match by 76 runs. This was Mumbai’s joint-lowest IPL total.
1. MI (87 all out) vs SRH in 2018 season
Mumbai Indians have been dismissed for 87 runs twice in IPL history. That is their joint-lowest score in the tournament. Once it was against Punjab, and the second time it was against Sunrisers Hyderabad in the 2018 season. It was the 23rd game of the season at Wankhede. Mumbai won the toss and decided to bowl first. In fact, they did an amazing job with the ball and dismissed Sunrisers Hyderabad for just 118 runs in 18.4 overs.
For Mumbai, Mitchell McClenaghan, Krunal Pandya, and Mayank Markande took two wickets each. It was a below-par score for a chase but MI failed miserably with the bat in the hand. Suryakumar Yadav (34) and Krunal Pandya (24) were the two batter that reached the double figure mark. None of the other batter could make any contributions. Thus, MI got all out for just 87 runs in 18.5 overs and lost by 31 runs. Interestingly, both low scores for Mumbai came in a chase.
Team Wise Lowest Score in IPL
|CSK Lowest Score||Mumbai Indians Lowest Score|
|RCB Lowest Score||Delhi Capitals Lowest Score|
|KKR Lowest Score||SRH Lowest Score|
|LSG Lowest Score||Rajasthan Royals Lowest Score|
|GT Lowest Score||Punjab Kings Lowest Score|