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IPL 2022: Mahela Jayawardene reveals, Mumbai Indians have done poorly due to this mistake in season-15

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Mumbai Indians coach Mahela Jayawardene with Kieron Pollard

Mahela Jayawardene, Mumbai Indians IPL 2022: Mumbai Indians head coach Mahela Jayawardene admitted that the lack of implementation of strategy in close matches during this Indian Premier League (IPL) season was due to the poor structure of the ‘line-up’ which led to them being placed at the bottom of the 10-team table. Huh. Mumbai Indians have already been out of the IPL after losing eight consecutive matches, after which the team got its first point.

However, more importantly, critics believe that poor strategy in the auction was the reason for the five-time champion’s dismal performance. The selection of domestic players like Basil Thampi, Jaydev Unadkat, Murugan Ashwin, retaining Kieron Pollard and buying Ishan Kishan for Rs 15.25 crore, all contributed to the team’s poor performance.

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When asked about Rohit Sharma’s poor form in nine matches, Jayawardene said, “For a team to be effective, it doesn’t matter one’s performance, the strategy has to be implemented by the entire team.” There is something lacking in the way we have prepared our line-up this season. ,

“Also, we didn’t have the kind of ‘finishers’ in the end that would lead us to victory,” he said. Jayawardene said on the eve of the match against Gujarat Titans, “Most of your players play good cricket in a match and if that momentum is maintained, it is good for the team.” But this is what was lacking in our team. Not winning close matches this season has been a loss for Mumbai Indians.

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“It was a season where we couldn’t win close matches and we couldn’t even finish matches,” the coach said. “At the same time there was a lack of consistency and our main batsmen needed to get runs by doing good consistently. It’s not just one player’s job, it’s done together and we haven’t been consistent in it. ,

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