New Delhi: Mumbai Indians (MI) suffered a three-handed defeat against Sunrisers Hyderabad in the 65th match of IPL 2022 on Tuesday. Even after this loss, MI captain Rohit Sharma is happy and says that he is happy that the boys made full use of the opportunities they got. Rohit said after the match that his team would have defeated Hyderabad, but Tim David's run out did not allow this to happen. David scored 46 runs in just 18 balls with the help of three fours and four sixes and brought Mumbai closer to victory. He hit four sixes in T Natarajan's over. However, he was run out in the same over. After this, Bhuvneshwar Kumar also took a wicket while bowling the 19th over maiden.
Rohit said after the match that, we remained in the match till the last over, till Tim David was out. Congratulations to Hyderabad that they kept their game and patience even under the pressure of the last overs. We are certainly disappointed that we were a few runs behind. We wanted to use some new players in the last few matches. We are glad that some of the boys made full use of the opportunities provided. 19 runs were needed in 2 overs, even then you support yourself, but unfortunately we could not win the match. Credit to Hyderabad that they didn't lose their patience. It was a very nervous moment and he controlled himself in the end.
Let us tell you that Mumbai Indians have to play their last match against Delhi Capitals on Saturday. Rohit said that she would like to keep things simple in the final match and would like to see her team perform better in all areas. He said, 'It will be very easy for us. We want to do well in all areas. If possible, would like to make a victorious end to his campaign. In the final match, we would like to try everything and give our best. If we get a chance to try some new boys, we will look into that too.