Previous India pace bowler Vinay Kumar was named headhunter of Mumbai Indians on Thursday (July 29).
The medium pacer was a piece of MI’s triumphant missions during the 2015 and 2017 seasons. Vinay made his Indian Premier League debut in 2008, and wound up with 105 wickets.
Vinay, who drove Karnataka a few Ranji Trophy titles, was a reliable entertainer in the homegrown circuit, getting done with 442 scalps in the Ranji. He likewise proceeded to play 41 internationals for his country. Vinay reported his retirement from top notch and worldwide cricket in February this year.
“I’m charmed to have Vinay join our headhunter program. Mumbai Indians is set up on solid basics of finding ability and faith in sustaining youth. I’m certain Vinay will increase the value of our philosophy and exploring strength,” Akash Ambani, proprietor of MI, said.
“I’m respected for this chance to connect with Mumbai Indians once more. Mumbai Indians make progress toward greatness in each part of the game, and exploring gifts is without a doubt their key strength. It’s another section, and by and by I figure it as a chance for me to reward cricket,” Vinay said.
In December 2020, Parthiv Patel, previous India wicketkeeper-batsman, likewise joined the MI set-up as headhunter.