The tremendous performance of Mumbai Indians continues in IPL 2020, but the bat of the team's star batsman Rohit Sharma has looked silent this season. He has scored 264 runs in 11 matches played this season at a strike rate of just 126.31.
The first qualifier of the 13th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) was played between the Mumbai Indians and the Delhi Capitals at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. Mumbai defeated the Delhi team by 57 runs in the first qualifier. Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma failed for the second consecutive match after recovering from injury. Ashwin lbw Rohit on a beautiful off break. Captain Rohit also failed to open an account.
Rohit is out on 13th zero
Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma has joined the list of batsmen who have been dismissed for the most number of times in the IPL after being dismissed for zero against Delhi. Rohit equaled the records of Harbhajan Singh and Parthiv Patel in the IPL, being dismissed for zero 13 times.
In the second over of the match, Delhi captain Shreyas Iyer handed the bowling to R Ashwin. Ashwin dismissed Rohit on his third ball. Before Ashwin, Jofra Archer and Umesh Yadav have done the work of dismissing Rohit on the very first ball.
Rohit's bat remained silent in IPL
The tremendous performance of Mumbai Indians continues in IPL 2020, but the bat of the team's star batsman Rohit Sharma has looked silent this season. He has scored 264 runs in 11 matches played this season at a strike rate of just 126.31, during which he has played only two half-century innings.
Barring an innings of 80 against Kolkata and 70 against Punjab, Rohit is seen struggling to score runs. After recovering from injury, he was able to score just four runs against Hyderabad, but was out on zero against Delhi.