The Mumbai Indians didn’t perform at their best in TATA IPL 2022, but it happens that many sports giants endure a terrible stage; Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma loves this team and its environment. Indian skipper from Mumbai (MI) Rohit Sharma on Sunday (April 24) expressed his disappointment after losing to the Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) in the 37th game of the  TATA Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022.

Skipper Rohit Sharma has exhausted why the Mumbai Indians lost an eight-game winning streak by admitting that poor pitching had hurt the team and led to the disaster that the 2022 season was for a five-time IPL winning team. Speaking at the end of match 37 of the TATA IPL 2022, Mumbai’s India captain Rohit Sharma said it was a good service, but his kick failed. The main reason for the loss was the Mumbai Indians, who beat poor Rohit Sharma in this IPL until Ishan Kishan contributed with an at-bat on top. According to Rohit, after his eighth loss in a row for the eighth time this season, we played well and stopped Lucknow with a low score. Mumbai Indians were mathematically eliminated from the playoff race after a 36-run crushing defeat to Lucknow Super Giants on Sunday. MI did not capture players like Hardik Pandya and Krunal Pandya, who have also been critical to the team’s success over the years, in the mega auction ahead of the IPL.

Rohit Sharma, captain of the Mumbai Indians team, tweeted after the game, “We haven’t put our best foot forward in this tournament, but that happens, many sporting giants have gone through this phase, but I love this team and its environment. Also want to appreciate our well-wishers who’ve shown faith and undying loyalty to this team so far”.

Ishan Kishan was the star of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 auction, with the Mumbai Indians (MI) paying INR 15.25 crore to secure the left-handed opener. It made him one of the most expensive players in T20 franchise cricket league history. Kishan, nevertheless, has failed to live up to the hype eight matches into the current season. He has only 199 hits with an average of 28.43 and a strike rate of 108.15. Kishan has struggled to score more than 26 runs in the IPL 2022 after scoring half-centuries in the first two games.

The previous IPL 2022 match at the Wankhede stadium was RR vs DC, in which both teams scored over 200 totals on serve. The other struggling team, Abhishek Sharma and Kane Williamson got off to a good start with 89 first wickets in 12.1 overs. Attention will also be on former RCB skipper Virat Kohli after losing the first ducks twice in a row in the ongoing IPL 2022.