10 Players Mumbai Indians regret letting go
Have a look at the players Mumbai Indians made a mistake by selling them in the past IPL seasons
The defending champions Mumbai Indians are known for their selection of core players which has made them win the coveted trophy thrice. They always scout for rare talent and bring out the best in them.
Not all the players were successful during their stay at Mumbai Indians but some of them failed to get the nod.
Here we will look at the players sold by Mumbai Indians who went on to become great stars of IPL.
#10 Moises Henriques
Born in Portugal, this Australian cricketer is one of the underrated all-rounders in the limited overs format. He can provide stability to the batting line up and can chip in and bowl a few overs.
He was bought by the Mumbai Indians in the 2011 IPL auction as one of Australia's uncapped players. Mumbai Indians already had the likes of Kieron Pollard, so he couldn't figure in the starting XI. He was released by the team in that following year.
He was bought by the Sunrisers Hyderabad in the 2014 IPL auction. He played a crucial role for the Sunrisers Hyderabad in winning the coveted trophy in 2016.
Out of the 57 games he has played in the IPL, he has scored 969 runs and has taken 38 wickets. He can play the role of a finisher as well as a wicket-taking bowler.
However, he was unsold in the IPL 2018 auction. But he is most likely replace the injured Mitchell Santner. Mumbai Indians would have regretted selling him.