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Person who had kept the Goibibo app open during Mumbai Indians match files for bankruptcy

27, Apr 2018 By Santosh Pradhan

MUMBAI: After the conclusion of six games in IPL 11, Mumbai Indians are staring down the barrel. This is a situation that none of their huge army of followers would have predicted when MI began their title defence on April 7. But, as things stand, the Rohit Sharma-led outfit have managed only one win and are placed just above Delhi Daredevils. Not only the team, even the fans are suffering. The fans who had kept their Goibibo apps open during the Mumbai matches have gone bankrupt. According to one of the fans, Mr. Sanil Jain, he had kept the App open to win some cash back but as Mumbai started losing more and more matches, the App started withdrawing money from the bank account, sold the property and also took away money from all digital wallets. Sanil hopes that MI start firing again so that he can at least recover his loses, forget about winning any further cashback.


MI captain Rohit Sharma whose form is up for debate has promised the fans that he will do all things to make sure that the fans don’t lose any money. Many fans have also asked Rohit Sahrma to forgo his salary just the way Gautam Gambhir did so that the money can be used to compensate the people who have lost money while supporting Mumbai Indians.

Mumbai Indians Delhi Daredevils and RCB are fighting for the 6th, 7th, and 8th positions and the fight seems to be much more exciting than the top of the table fights.