IPL 2022 – Mahela Jayawardene is not too worried about Rohit Sharma’s form: Mumbai Indians coach Mahela Jayawardene says it is just a matter of “time” before captain Rohit Sharma plays a big innings, something his team desperately needs to stop his slide in IPL-15. Follow PBKS Bit MI Highlights and IPL 2022 Live Updates on InsideSport.IN
The MI captain has failed to capitalize on the start with just 108 runs at an average of 21.60 this season.
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“If you look at the way he starts, the way he hits the ball, it’s great. He’s scheduling it, he’s really getting something, he’s getting off to a really good start. Yes, he is also disappointed that he is not able to convert them, “said Jayawardene.
IPL 2022: MI head coach Mahela Jayawardene is not too worried about captain Rohit Sharma’s form, saying ‘it’s a matter of time before he plays a big knock’
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We saw Rohit batting deeply, batting for 14-15 overs and getting that big score. It’s just a matter of time. He is a quality player and I am not worried about his form.
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MI suffered a 12-run defeat to the Punjab Kings on Wednesday – their fifth consecutive defeat – an inch closer to elimination.
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Chasing 199, Rohit (28) and Ishan Kishan (3) were dismissed cheaply, leaving MI to fight for 32 for 2 in 4.1 overs.
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Suryakumar made 43 off 30 balls before being dismissed in the 19th over.
“Today we tried to take the game deeper because we were playing with six batsmen. And there is no one better than Surya to finish a game, ”Jayawardene said.
“In powerplay, they would swing the ball a little bit and everything. So I didn’t want the sun to fall in that situation and not be able to play its normal game. It was a strategic matter. “
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The 44-year-old said playing the role of Suryakumar and Kieron Pollard finisher gave the youngsters more freedom in the middle.
“Two young men, we know what they are capable of. So they are given some freedom to go and control the situation, so that the silt and the sun can chase it. That was the primary thought.
“It’s a call we’ll take depending on how we’ve set up strategically against specific opponents.”
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Jayawardene admitted that the absence of injured Joffra Archer was hurting the team as the bowling unit could not hold the pressure.
“Of course, one of the best bowlers we bought at the auction was Joff (Joffra Archer) – Joff is not here. So it’s hard when you’re in this situation, but we’re trying to see how we can best manage it.
“In the last four or five matches, we’ve spelled really well, we’ve been controlling things for a while. But we can’t hold that pressure, because at certain times either two or three overs get bigger and that hurts us.
“So this is something that we really need to nail down and make sure that our death penalty is better in that situation.”
Mayank is supporting me 100 percent: Odin Smith
West Indies all-rounder Oden Smith (4/30) saved himself after his terrific outing (hitting six off the last two balls) against the Gujarat Titans as he took three wickets in the final over to help Punjab defend a total of 198 against MI.
Smith attributed his success to the support he received from captain Mayank Agarwal, the coach and the team management.
“They have been very inspired. They helped me mentally to get into this game and be able to perform today. They have been a major help to me. I want to thank the coach. “
“Captain Mayank was amazing. He has always come to me and told me that he supports me 100 percent, no matter what happens. It’s just a matter of believing that I can do it because I have the whole team behind me. “
For 22 defenses in the last over, Smith hit a six off the first ball but came back strong with three wickets to seal it for Punjab.
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