After the sixth consecutive loss, Rohit Sharma admitted the mistake

IPL 2022: Rohit Sharma admits mistake after 6th consecutive loss- One upset Rohit Sharma took over “Full responsibility” After losing the sixth match in a row in a disappointing IPL season for the Mumbai Indians, he said he was at the end of his wits to figure out which course needed to be modified to get them back on track. Follow IPL 2022 live updates on InsideSport.IN

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Captain Rohit himself has endured the nightmare of a tournament, managing just 114 runs and a maximum score of 41 in six matches.

IPL 2022: After 6th consecutive loss, Rohit Sharma admits wrong, says ‘I take full responsibility for not keeping team in expected position’

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“If I know what’s going wrong, I’ll fix it but it’s not going to stop. The way I prepare for each match, I’m trying to prepare myself that way. It’s no different. It’s not going to stop.” Rohit said this after losing by 18 runs to Lucknow Super Giants here on Saturday.

“I take full responsibility for not putting the team in the situation they expect me to be. I got myself back to go out there and enjoy the game and do what I’ve been doing all these years.

“It’s important to look to the future. This is not the end of the world, we have come back before and we will try to come back.” The captain tried to show a brave face but the frustration was very clear.

He was asked about the rationale behind not starting with the team’s number one bowler Jaspreet Bumrah and the captain defended his tactics.

“There is no special reason for this.” When asked why he brought Bumrah in the fourth over, Rohit replied.

IPL 2022: After 6th consecutive loss, Rohit Sharma admits wrong, says ‘I take full responsibility for not keeping team in expected position’

“We try to put the team in front of the person (Bumrah). They (LSG) bat quite deep and it is important to hold your key bowlers backwards. We always try and hold the boomerang backwards and it doesn’t seem to be working. He argues.

He had no choice but to admit that bowling has left much to be desired.

“He bowled well but the others just had to pull their socks a little. “Every game is an opportunity, we try and think which of our best XI is best suited for certain conditions and certain teams.”

Decoding the defeat will be key for Rohit.

“We have lost six matches now, we are trying to figure out what is the right combination for us, but it all depends on the opponent we play. When you lose a game it’s easy to say that change is happening but we try and take our best XI. “

He praised the opposite number and Team India deputy KL Rahul for his excellent batting performance which has almost knocked the Mumbai Indians out of the IPL.

“I think KL batted brilliantly, it was missing from our team, they wanted one of our top four batsmen to bat as long as possible, which is not happening. Don’t want to see it too much. We haven’t won a game yet but we have to keep our heads high. He added.

IPL 2022: After 6 consecutive defeats, upset Rohit Sharma admits wrong, says ‘I take full responsibility for not keeping team in expected position’

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