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Mumbai indians played like accurate champions: rohit sharma 975 views
Rohit Sharma was a captain of ecstasy as Mumbai Indians (MI) completed a brilliant return in the Indian Premier League IPL 2015 with a clinical victory of 41 races in the final against MUNDI CSK. Rohit who led from the front with the bat with a rapid half-century of flames said his time played as "true champions" and were deserved winners.
Speaking after the match Rohit who was also named the player of the match said: "we have played like true champions Indian from Mumbai have shown great character that was only a matter of putting everything in the field and I could not have... called guys nothing better. We have on our team to do well. Always talk show characters ".
Not many gave Mumbai the opportunity to make it past the League phase and much less the final when they lost five of their first six matches. Despite facing situations that should win a few times Rohit Sharma team did not let the pressure get to them and went on to form part of Chennai and Kolkata Knight Riders as two IPL champion.
"We have won in 2013, but this is sweet. We came as of nowhere to win. Credit to all the guys to do well and it was important that they gave us some momentum it was not at the beginning but the response was great ". CSK skipper MS Dhoni whose team has already experienced four defeats in six clashes Summit IPL said Mumbai escaped at the start of the innings and Chennai not could get things again what made the difference.
"I think that they have too many on the Board. The first envelope was very good but the second wasn't and which was the instance when Mumbai Indians gained impetus. The type of impetus that built there later than was tricky for us.
Chasing a mammoth 203 Chennai not could be implemented in the persecution and Dhoni said Mumbai scored 10-15 more runs than expected which added to the pressure. We do not start well with the bat also. Had a bit of uneven bounce as the game progressed? They have some extra 10-15 races and that we can put a lot of pressure while he was chasing and this was more than one team effort. There are a few players of cricket in our team who haven't played to their potential but we have done well in team. Losing Brendon McCullum was a big blow it would have been perfect in the beginning for us today.