IPL 2022 | We haven’t played good cricket, says MI head coach Mahela Jayawardene

Mumbai Indians have had a torrid time in IPL 2022 as they are bottom of the points table with only one game left against Delhi Capitals. MI head coach Mahela Jayawardene spoke about his Mumbai’s form this season and said he was disappointed with the way they played.

Bombay Indians have struggled at IPL 2022 as they are bottom of the points table. the Rohit SharmaThe trailing team is bottom of the points table and fans and team management have been disappointed with the way the franchise has played this year. Their last game is against Delhi Capitals and they will want to make an impact in this game.

Mahela Jayawardene, the Mumbai Indians head coach in a press conference spoke about what was wrong with the IPL team this year. “As I said earlier, the intensity, we didn’t take control of crucial moments in some games, we did (then) we had the confidence to get those four-five wins out of ‘in a row, where we would fight for the play-offs, but it’s been that kind of season and (I’m) definitely disappointed,” Mahela Jayawardene. “Like any season where we start slowly, which is a concern for us. The intensity with which we played the first four-five games, where we had the opportunity to win games (but) we didn’t execute certain skills, made mistakes, that’s something we have to rectify”.

He then explained why it was important for them to win games at the start of the tournament. “Because getting those early wins always gives the team confidence and then you win games out of nowhere which gives you the platform to go into the season and be dominant. So the intensity and the execution, dealing with small pressure situations in the early stages of the tournament which have probably been a major concern for us this year,” he explained.

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