Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma feels that most teams, including his own, are taking risks in the ongoing IPL and paying them rich dividends.

Chasing a strict 200-run target set by Royal Challengers Bangalore, MI on Tuesday managed to hit home runs of 16.3 points.

We limited them to less than 200 people. It was quite an effort, it could have been 220 or more. I have no idea of ​​a safe outcome. The last four matches we’ve seen over 200 have been recorded. Most teams take risks and start.

“The batsmen are taking risks and more than 200 scores are being chased. The mentality of the batsmen is to do something special for the team and it’s something that kicks off as well,” Rohit said in the post-match presentation.

Rohit praised the stars of his team including Uttarakhand packer Akash Madhwal, “It is a good pitch. If you apply yourselves, you can run. These four played well. Akash (Madhwal) was with us last year too. We’ve seen the skill set. We wanted to give him a role. He is completely confident. He leads the Uttarakhand team. He knows the field he needs.” RCB captain Faf du Plessis felt they were 20 times short.

“I think 20 at least, the context of wickets so far this season, anything less than 220 with the MI batting line-up. They’re a strong team, batting deep. We haven’t taken advantage of the last five overs (of our innings), so we’re very disappointed,” he said. .

Du Plessis was in awe of Suryakumar Yadav’s 35-ball 83-run strike for MI.

“(Sky) he’s one of the best, when he goes he’s really hard to run too. Lots of options you can’t shut him down. (Saw) He’s been fantastic, the nature of T20 cricket is the bowlers will be under pressure. Tha is the nature of the beast, long batting formations And the guys are going to go out and play positive,” he said.


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