In the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022, the five-time champion Mumbai Indians team has lost six matches in a row. Now in the remaining eight matches, the team will have to win every match if it wants to stay in the race for the playoffs. Skipper Rohit Sharma pointed out his shortcomings after their defeat against Lucknow Super Giants on Saturday, but also said that the world does not end here. We have come back before and we will come back again.
Rohit said after the 18-run loss against Lucknow Super Giants, ‘I can’t point out one thing, when you come out to chase a big target like this, you need partnership, We couldn’t do that. There is no specific reason behind this, we keep the team ahead of any player. We keep Jasprit Bumrah for the latter overs, but that strategy is not working for us. He has bowled brilliantly, but the rest of the bowlers will also have to take the responsibility.
Rohit further said, ‘We have lost six matches and are working on what should be our right combination. We are trying to come on the field with our best playing XI combination. I take full responsibility for not being able to live up to the expectations that the team has from me. But I will back myself and go out on the field and enjoy my game, which I have been doing for many years. It is necessary that we move forward, the world does not end here. We have come back before and we will come back again.