2. Mumbai Indians
Oldest – Lasith Malinga
The highest wicket-taker in the Indian Premier League is the oldest player from Mumbai Indians camp. He may be the oldest player but still, he can change the complexion of the game with his heroics on the field. The Islander served Mumbai Indians over the years now.
The association with Mumbai turned into that of a bowling mentor in the eleventh season before the franchise was quick to realize that they were going nowhere without the master’s death bowling exhibition and soon lapped the 36-year-old back as a player in the 2019 season. And boy, he was a delight, saving his best for the finals to lift his side to their fourth crown.
Youngest – Rahul Chahar
From a 17-year-old leg-spinner making his debut with the Rising Pune Supergiant in IPL 2017 to an 18-year-old leggie bought by the Mumbai Indians for a whopping 1.9 crore at the 2018 IPL auction, Rahul Chahar sure made headl ines in a short span of just one year.
Rahul Chahar has been brilliant for his side, having picked 15 wickets at a brilliant economy of 6.78. He is 20-year old and looking to make the most of the opportunity. Chahar will eye to replace Yuzvendra Chahal in the upcoming T20I World Cup.