Mumbai had a target of 194 runs to win. In the first over, Rohit Sharma took his own time, but in the second over he hit a six over mid-on against Bhuvneshwar Kumar. The ball fell straight into the dugout of Mumbai Indians, causing panic there. Sitting there, the team’s assistant coach Robin Singh and other players moved around. Later Robin Singh picked up the ball and threw it back on the field.
Rohit missed the fifty
Rohit Sharma fell victim to Washington Sundar after scoring 48 runs off 36 balls. His innings included 2 fours and 4 sixes. At one time it seemed that he would complete his first fifty in IPL 2022, but he returned to the pavilion in an attempt to hit a big six off Sundar’s ball. In this season, Rohit Sharma has scored 266 runs in 13 innings at an average of 20.46 and strike rate of 126.66.
10th defeat for Mumbai
Batting first, Hyderabad scored 193 runs in this match. Young batsman Rahul Tripathi scored 76 runs in 44 balls. Mumbai’s team could only score 190 runs. Tim David hit four sixes in the 18th over, but Mumbai’s hopes ended with his dismissal off the last ball. This was Mumbai’s 10th defeat in IPL 2022. The team looks to be at the last position in the points table.