‘Whether we lose or win, we will be as a family’ – Rohit Sharma about Mumbai Indians
He also wished everyone Happy Diwali on behalf of his wife, and daughter.
Published - Oct 26, 2019 6:58 pm | Updated - Oct 26, 2019 6:58 pm
Rohit Sharma is one of the most successful skippers in the IPL. Under his leadership, Mumbai Indians successfully qualified to the finals on five occasions, ended up winning four out of them. The days for MI have seen a turn around after Rohit took the charge of captaincy and they have won all their four titles in the last seven seasons. The Indian Hitman revealed the secret behind the success of Mumbai Indians during the Pre-Diwali celebrations hosted by Mukesh Ambani, who is the owner of Mumbai Indians.
In IPL 2019, Mumbai Indians defeated CSK in a close final courtesy the brilliance shown by Lasith Malinga with the ball in the last over. In the upcoming season, Mumbai Indians will be seen defending their title.
Rohit Sharma feels proud to be a part of Mumbai Indians
Indian opener Rohit Sharma feels that playing like a family helped them in becoming one of the most successful teams in India’s biggest T20 league. He talked about the journey they had with Mumbai Indians at the ‘Reliance Deepawali Utsav’.
A video was shared by Mumbai Indians’ official Twitter handle in which Rohit is seen speaking about the atmosphere in the team and recites that Mumbai Indians is his family. He added that this feeling gives strength to each and every player in tough moments on the ground. It doesn’t matter if they win or lose but at the end of the day, they are a family.
“One thing which I have been hearing for the last hour here is the family, and this team here is all about that. You know we have played as a family, and that actually has been our strength. Whatever happens on the field, whether we lose or win, we’ll be as a family.” Rohit Sharma was seen speaking in the video.
He also wished everyone Happy Diwali on behalf of his wife, and daughter, “On behalf of myself, Ritika and Samaira, I would like to wish each one of you a great Diwali. And of course, my teammates as well. I’m sure you’ll have a great Diwali,” Indian cricketer added.
In the last IPL season, Rohit Sharma amassed 415 runs in 15 matches at an average of 28.92.
Here is the video:
— Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) October 26, 2019