Captain of Mumbai Indians Rohit Sharma He is counted among the most successful captains of IPL. The special reason for this is also that till now the franchise has become champion 5 times under his hosting. We have all seen how the craze of this team speaks with the heads of the people. But, these days this team of Hitman is on target of trollers. The main reason for this is the poor performance of the IPL 2022 team this year.
Mumbai Indians have played a total of 3 matches so far in the 15th season and in all these matches, the team has suffered a crushing defeat and has saved the opposing match every time. In the 14th match of the IPL, the franchise was only a few steps away from the victory against KKR, but not a single Mumbai platoon went ahead of Pat Cummins.
In the death over, like the bowlers have vowed to loot runs this time. This time the team looks very unbalanced and looking at the performance, it seems that Rohit Sharma’s team has not yet recovered from the bad phase of last year. Some players have emerged as the biggest villains of this defeat. Today in this special article we are going to talk about three players who are becoming a burden on Mumbai Indians and due to this the team has not won a single match in IPA 2022.
1. Daniel Sams
The first name in this list comes from Daniel Sams, who has disappointed a lot not only with the bat but also with his bowling. A great example of this is the last match itself. When KKR’s team was close to defeat, then Pat Cummins came in the 16th over and turned the whole game. It is said that one over and one ball is enough to turn the match. Pat Cummins has presented its best performance so far.
In the match played on Wednesday, perhaps even Rohit Sharma was unaware that after the bowling of Daniel Sams, the course of the match would turn so quickly. To bat in front of Pat Cummins, who came out to bat at number 7, Hitman dropped Daniel in the 16th over and by throwing this over he made the biggest mistake of his career.
This over from Sams turned the team’s hopes into despair. In this match, Pat Cummins showed a great display of aggressive batting and scored 35 runs in the 16th over. Sams was seen beating on every ball and Kolkata easily took the losing bet to victory. The biggest villain of that defeat was Sams. In the first match too, he had conceded the highest 57 runs without success and was very expensive in the second match. Therefore, it would not be wrong to say that they remain a burden on Mumbai Indians.