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Dream come true to play for Mumbai Indians, says Pandya

IANS  |  New Delhi 

Asserting that Indians will reach the (IPL) play-offs, star all-rounder said on Friday that it is a dream come true for him to represent the reigning IPL champions.

have a star-studded coaching staff which includes the likes of batting legend and Sri Lanka's former star pacer Lasith Malinga. opener is the while star all-rounder is also a part of the team.

"There are so many legends in the team and every day, we get to learn a new thing. So, it is a dream come true for me to play for Indians," Pandya said during his visit to the Expo here on Friday.

Pandya visited the Expo along with teammates and The players not only experienced the Taiwanese technology but also took a tour of the Excellence Pavilion which showcased never seen before innovative products from Taiwan's most popular brands.

Mumbai are currently fourth in the IPL table with 12 points, having won six of the 13 matches they have played so far.

The three-time IPL champions struggled to get going in the early stages of this year's tournament before making a strong comeback.

Mumbai must win their last league game against Delhi Daredevils here on Sunday in order to qualify for the play-offs and Pandya is confident that his teammates are equal to the challenge.

"Our team believes to play our best, losing and winning is a part of the game. Our team is really positive for the upcoming matches and making it to the play-offs," he said.

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First Published: Fri, May 18 2018. 20:00 IST
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