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PHOTOS: How Nita Ambani celebrated Mumbai Indians' play-offs berth

May 27, 2014 07:30 IST

PHOTOS: How Nita Ambani celebrated Mumbai Indians' play-offs berth

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Mumbai Indians' sensational victory over Rajasthan Royals that helped them qualify for the IPL play-offs against all odds left everyone stunned at the Wankhede stadium, in Mumbai, on Sunday night.

Cricket fans were left celebrating one of the greatest victories witnessed in the Indian Premier League, even as the Mumbai Indians' owners and players' joy knew no bounds.

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Mumbai Indians owner Nita Ambani went on a hugging spree with the players following the five-wicket victory.

An emotional Aditya Tare, who ended the match with a six off James Faulkner, celebrates with Ambani after the match.

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Image: Nita Ambani hugs Aditya Tare as Arjun Tendulkar (right) looks on
Photographs: BCCI

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It was a special night for Corey Anderson. The New Zealand all-rounder smashed an amazing 44-ball 95 to help Mumbai Indians chase down a massive 190 in 14.3 overs and pip Rajasthan on net run-rate.

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Image: Nita Ambani hugs Corey Anderson.
Photographs: BCCI

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Ambani is present at every Mumbai Indians match, whether it is at home or overseas.

Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma could not hide his joy after pulling off a stunning victory.

"It's an unbelievable feeling, honestly. People wrote us off after those first five games. To come here at the end of day and see Mumbai Indians at No 4 is simply amazing. We really played some good cricket and deserve to be in the top four. Since we came back to India we have played nine games and lost only two and won seven. It shows we are a consistent team," Sharma said.


Image: Nita Ambani hugs Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma.
Photographs: BCCI

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