Ishan Kishan, the most expensive seller of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 could not live up to the expectations but the Mumbai Indians wicket-keeper batsman is not worried about his form and says that even the best players have had to deal with bad times at some point or the other. . Ishaan was bought by Mumbai Indians for Rs 15 crore 25 lakh, but he could only score 370 runs in 13 matches at an average of 30.83.
Mumbai Indians are out of the race for the playoffs after eight consecutive defeats. After the three-run loss against Sunrisers Hyderabad on Tuesday, Ishaan said, ‘The best players have also had to struggle. I have also seen Chris Gayle take time to settle down.
He said, ‘Every day is new and every match is new. Sometimes there is a good start and sometimes the opposing bowlers come off with preparation. The strategy inside the dressing room is different from what people want outside. “In cricket it is never certain that you have only one role and you will start hitting the ball as soon as you hit the ground. If you think about the team, it is important to be clear about your role.