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'We should have capitalised on our start' - Rohit

Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma addresses the media after his side's defeat to Chennai Super Kings in the first qualifier of IPL 2013

May 21, 2013

Posted by   on (May 22, 2013, 13:21 GMT)

Rohitji...! You are Tiger at Home (Mumbai) and Mouse in away.

Posted by   on (May 22, 2013, 13:18 GMT)

MI will be knocked out in Friday's Qualifier 2 and it will not be going to the Sunday's Grand Finale. If RR comes from Eliminator, then MI has to answer Watson & Faulkner. If SRH comes from Eliminator, then MI has to answer White, Steyn and Mishra.

Posted by   on (May 22, 2013, 11:40 GMT)

@ Rohit ji....it is something u should learn and its a learning period. U could have used Malinga for taking wickets rather than trying to stop the flow of runs.Anyway learn the mistakes and be good in Qualifier 2

Posted by   on (May 22, 2013, 9:43 GMT)

What a captain always looking for Excuses, MI captain know very that he had no answers about CSK how they dissimated MI. What happened to Mr Pollard , what happened to his aggresive tactics about CSK team players, its better for Rohit to mind his words and start playing better cricket that ugly tactics.

Posted by   on (May 22, 2013, 4:15 GMT)

CSK was dominant. Rohit could have been a bit more attacking. They are a good side no doubt, but always fail to make it big when it counts. They could pull a leaf out of ponting's success book - he has 3 world cups to his name!

Posted by   on (May 22, 2013, 0:03 GMT)

MI captain says his bowlers bowled well but the problem was they didn't take wickets he doesn't come across as a leader. If he has belief in his team he should resort to better tactics than softening the ball by bouncing it multiple times. He is not consistent with his batting and his demeanor is one of a lazy school boy.

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