IPL 2018: Rohit Sharma Leaves Message to Fans after Three Straight Losses
Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma has taken his Twitter to praise Delhi Daredevils‘ batsmen, Rishabh Pant and Jason Roy. He also ensured the fans that the team will try everything to come back stronger in the impending games.
The franchise traditionally starts off their campaign slow before picking up a pace during the second phase of the tournament. There is nothing much to get panicked about their season as of now. The league is still in its premature stage.
The Mumbai-based outfit had suffered a disappointing loss against Delhi nevertheless. Having batted first, Mumbai managed 194 runs after a solid start. They failed to convert the death overs scoring just 34 runs in their last five.
On the other hand, Delhi batsmen had ensured that they achieved the target in yet another close contest.
Mumbai had lost all the three games so far in the final over. But they need minor tweaks in their tactics to get over the line next time.
Here is the tweet.
“Disappointing result yesterday but we will do everything we can as a team to come back stronger. @JasonRoy20 and @RishabPant777 were just too good. Good cricket has to be applauded ?,” Rohit Sharma tweeted.
— Rohit Sharma (@ImRo45) April 15, 2018
Mumbai Indians Needs a win:
Having lost the first three games of their season so far, Mumbai Indians are desperate to open their points. They are the only side so far that are yet to register a win in this season’s IPL.
If they lose another game then the pressure will be on the defending champions more than ever. The three-time IPL champions will look to bring out their best in their next game.
The return of Hardik Pandya would surely boost their quality in the lineup.
Mumbai Indians-led by Rohit Sharma will next face Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) at Wankhede on Tuesday (April 17).
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