Rohit Sharma Wins Heart With His Gesture For Ramandeep Singh Before Leaving MI Bio-Bubble
By SMCS - May 24, 2022 9:00 pm
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Mumbai Indians coach Rohit Sharma has won the hearts of the netizens recently with his behaviour. A video went viral on the social media handle of Mumbai Indians where he was seen having a brief chat with the young player Ramandeep Singh as well.

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“Call me if you need anything,” said the captain to the young Mumbai Indians batter before he left the bio-bubble. However, Mumbai Indians have had a rather forgettable season in IPL where they finished at the bottom of the points table after the end of the league stage with only 3 victories as well.

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Rohit Sharma’s message to Ramandeep Singh:


Rohit Sharma said: “We were here to win the game. I know few teams were watching us closely, but we wanted to finish on a high. We’ll try to correct the mistakes next season. It was tough after losing eight games, so we needed to rectify the mistakes. But I think we performed well in the second half of the season. When they got to 160 I was nervous, because it was a sluggish pitch. It wasn’t coming on to the bat nicely. I thought if you restrict a team to 150-160, it was about getting one good partnership. We didn’t get off to a good start, but that (Kishan and Brevis) partnership put us in a good position.”

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“There are a lot of things, I have been talking about it, it’s the collective performance that can get you through. When the bowlers did well, the batters didn’t. And when the batters performed well, the bowlers didn’t. We came to the party a bit too late, but at least we can take a few positives from this tournament. Every time we go into the auction, we keep an eye on the players who will play for us in a couple of cycles. We get a few youngsters who will eventually go on and play for their country. Congrats to them (on RCB), they have qualified, I would like to wish all the four teams all the best. May the best team win,” Rohit Sharma concluded.