'We stick together through thick and thin, you ain’t seen nothing yet' - Rohit Sharma posts spirited message after MI's rough start in IPL 2022

Mumbai Indians suffered their third successive defeat in IPL 2022 against Kolkata Knight Riders.

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Manoj Kumar

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Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma was quite confident that his franchise will come back stronger in the upcoming fixtures of IPL 2022 after losing all their three games so far this season. The five-time champions were on track to getting over the line against Kolkata Knight Riders in their previous encounter at the halfway mark in Pune until Pat Cummins spoiled the party with a stunning 15-ball 56*.

With ten teams battling out this year, Mumbai will need to pull their socks up soon as the equation has already got tougher for them and their bowling so far hasn’t helped their cause either. Daniel Sams conceded 35 off a single over in the previous game on account of some brutal hitting from Cummins, and the Mumbai franchise does not have many overseas all-rounder options, with Fabien Allen being the only other one in the squad.

However, Mumbai Indians have been slow starters many a time in the past and have managed to win titles despite losing five games on the trot at the start of the season. It won’t be easy though, as they have suffered a big blow to their net run rate against KKR and teams have moved to six points already. Nevertheless, Mumbai Indians are the most successful side in IPL history and can never be counted out so early. Rohit addressed the Mumbai Indians fans by coming up with a motivating Instagram caption after the loss to Kolkata Knight Riders.

Here’s Rohit Sharma’s spirited Instagram post


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“We stick together through thick and thin and that’s just one of our strengths; you ain’t seen nothing yet” Rohit captioned his post.

Rohit Sharma mentioned that staying together in tough times has been Mumbai Indians’ biggest strength over the years and added that there is still a lot to be seen in the tournament.

Mumbai Indians will next face the Royal Challengers Bangalore at the MCA Stadium in Pune on the 9th of April and will be desperate for a victory to get off the mark this season.