Mumbai Indians make a unique punishment for the late arrival of their players

It is always important for the cricketers to maintain some disciplines both in the field and off the field. Various steps are taken to maintain these disciplines for the 22-yard game. Regarding to this, Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Mumbai Indians take a different and unique way to ensure that their players remain fit for the remaining matches  of the season.

Barinder Sran
Barinder Sran, the first player to get the punishment this season


Mumbai have made a fun punishment by making clown to those players who arrive late for gym, fitness sessions and team meeting. Not only this but also the discipline breakers have to wear a jumpsuit with various emojis designed all over it. Those players have to wear it from the hotel expulsion till the arrival in the field for the practice session.

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A year ago, Mumbai Indians thought of a methodology of making players follow the disciplines strictly by wearing a ridiculous kit openly. The kit was weaved with different emoticons from chat apps and generally made the player look incredibly silly. Ishan Kishan, Anukul Roy and Rahul Chahar were the first three players who made to wear the ridiculous ensembles after they had missed sessions with physio and missed gym time.

This year, the first victim of this punishment is the pacer Barinder Sran. He came to the practice session lately and got the punishment.

As per the punishment, Sran had to a white tee with two blue stripes and a major Mumbai Indians logo on the chest. Concerning the trousers, it is yellow and is stacked with a huge amount of emojis that take after the players’ appearances. The thought is by all accounts to humiliate the errant player so they don’t repeat it.

Mumbai Indians are at fourth position by beating Sunrisers Hyderabad by 40 runs last night with the help of Alzarri Joseph’s historic and record-breaking spell of 6/12.

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