Rohit Sharma Mumbai Indians Batting:

Rohit Sharma Mumbai Indians Batting: IPL 2022 has been no less than a nightmare for Mumbai Indians. Mumbai suffered its ninth defeat in IPL 2022. The captain of the match against KKR, Rohit Sharma has given a big reason for the defeat.

Rohit Sharma Mumbai Indians Batting: Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) defeated Mumbai Indians by 52 runs in a one-sided fashion.

After the match, captain Rohit Sharma blamed the batsmen for the defeat. Rohit also praised Jasprit Bumrah after the match. This is the ninth defeat of Mumbai Indians in IPL 2022.

Rohit gave this statement

After the match, captain Rohit Sharma said, ‘I am disappointed with the way we batted today. I think it was a competitive score on this pitch, but we did poorly with the bat.

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We were playing the fourth match here (DY Patil Stadium) so we knew how the pitch could behave. Some balls jump very fast but it happens. We know the fast bowlers will get help, but today we didn’t bat well, didn’t build partnerships and we missed it today.

praise this player

Rohit said after the match, ‘On a pitch like this, we would have got this score of the opposing team any day. The bowlers performed brilliantly in the second half of the innings. Bumrah did a special performance today.

Jasprit Bumrah bowled brilliantly in the match. He took five wickets for just 10 runs in his four overs. He showed the way to the pavilion to Andre Russell, Nitish Rana, Sheldon Jackson, Pat Cummins and Sunil Narine in the match. Due to Bumrah’s brilliant game, he got the ‘Man of the Match’ award.

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Mumbai lost

Chasing the target of 166 runs for Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), Mumbai’s team Pat Cummins (3 wickets for 22 runs), Andre Russell (2 wickets for 22 runs) and Tim Southee (one wicket for 10 runs) bowled sharply.

In front of the opener Ishan Kishan (51), despite a half-century, he was bundled out for 113 runs in 17.3 overs. Apart from Kishan, none of the Mumbai batsmen could even touch the 20-run mark. For Knight Riders, openers Venkatesh Iyer and Nitish Rana scored 43-43 runs.

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