IPL 2021: Defending champions Mumbai Indians has somewhat had a slow start to their Indian Premier League (IPL 2021) campaign, managing just 2 wins in 5 matches. This is now MI’s worst start since IPL 2018. Back then, Mumbai Indians had lost 3 opening matches against CSK, SRH and DC. They had managed just one win in the first 5 matches in IPL 2018.
Following their loss against Punjab Kings on Friday night, MI batting coach Robin Singh said that the team should take the results in stride and get ready for the next phase and is optimistic the team will bounce back stronger. Check out what he had to say below.
IPL 2021: Mumbai Indians vows to fight back in 2nd leg of IPL 2021
🗣️ "These are experiences than can only hold us in good stead during the course of the tournament."
— Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) April 24, 2021
After the loss, a disappointed Rohit Sharma said, “We did not get enough runs. I still feel it is not a bad wicket to bat on. You saw how they batted and won the game by 9 wickets. It is just the application that is missing in our batting. If you get 150-160 on this wicket then you are always in the game, that is something we failed to do in the last two games.”
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