Netflix just released an original docu-series titled ‘Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians’. No points for guessing what it’s based on.
This is how Twitter reviewed the series.
Loving the Cricket Fever : Mumbai Indians documentary on @NetflixIndia. Wonderful captivation of the things that go behind the scenes. Top stuff.— Siddhartha Govilkar (@siddhartha_ssg) March 4, 2019
Not a big cricket fan but I’m loving Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians on #netflixuk The passion for the game out there is so infectious. Also I really want one of those VR rides that owners were showing off in ep 2😎 #cricket #mumbai— Darren Pattison (@DarrenJPattison) March 3, 2019
Really enjoying Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians on @NetflixUK Setting a new bar for access to players, coaches and team discussions. Blows City’s All or Nothing and Sunderland Till I Die out of the water #CricketFever #VIVOIPL— Ben Jones (@benjones_97) March 3, 2019
Binge watching ‘Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians’ on @NetflixIndia What a series for a freak fan of @mipaltan like me. This brings us so close to know more about the players and the franchise as a whole. How the psychological factors come and role of support staff 😍💙 pic.twitter.com/gEIhEH6i8s— Rakesh Jain 🏏 (@dhiran116) March 3, 2019
@MahelaJay watched the cricket fever – Mumbai Indians on Netflix in Canada….very impressed by the approach you took to coaching the team!! Keep up the good work.— chukie (@chukiewije) March 3, 2019
Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians was interesting. Good to see IPL teams behind the scenes and truly see how big the competition is! No T20 competition comes close! #IPL— Rajan. (@RajanSB1995) March 2, 2019
Few things about Netflix’s Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians— Rohit Rajan (@rhtrajan) March 4, 2019
1. It’s boring to the core. The way it’s edited makes you cringe!
2. It looks like nobody in the team is enjoying the game. They all look like they are forced to play.
3. Overall it looks like a PR video of Ambanis!
Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians is such an insightful watch. A very cool narrative format too. On Netflix now.— Shailesh Kapoor (@shaileshkapoor) March 3, 2019
Polly isn’t what he acts on the field man. Cricket Fever : MI proved that. Restored a whole lot of respect for him— Abhay (@ImAbhay3) March 3, 2019
Cricket fever. Really surprised and disappointed with the role a captain has! Rohit is just sitting around and staring with his sleepy face. It’s all Mahela running things. #CricketFever— Chaithu🏏💻 (@chaithu_budati) March 4, 2019
Finished Cricket Fever. The stories that the did on the players and their backgrounds, really stood out.— Vandit Chauhan (@basedIITian) March 3, 2019
It has its obv shortcomings like lack of contextual editing and the randomly ‘planted’ fans.
PS: We were all so wrong about Pollard. Guy’s a gem off the field.
Cricket Fever on @netflix is totally addictive. Don’t plan on watching just one episode. I did. And I’m still sitting here. Son of a gun!— Paul Tassone (@paultassone) March 4, 2019
Netflix Mumbai Indians doc is good— puneet 🏏 (@cricketpuneet) March 3, 2019
Every Cricket Fan should Watch Cricket Fever Mumbai Indians Documentary on Netflix . you will came to know about how much team staff coach back their player …I just loved Mahela Jayawardene .— MaNish 🇮🇳 🏏 (@Meena_1994) March 2, 2019
Thanks @Ap_0718 for suggesting me to Watch it..It refreshed my IPl memory
Enjoyed watching cricket fever of @mipaltan on Netflix— Hardik Pandya (@hardlydishonest) March 3, 2019
loved the approach of @MahelaJay and 4AM gamer @ishankishan51 😂😂