Mid-day – Mumbai skipper reckons it’s been a mixed season, so no point regretting after loss to DD leads to defending champs’ exit
Mumbai skipper Rohit Sharma walks back after being dismissed for 13 against DD at the Feroz Shah Kotla yesterday.

Summary

  • Mumbai skipper reckons it’s been a mixed season, so no point regretting after loss to DD leads to defending champs’ exit Mumbai skipper Rohit Sharma walks back after being dismissed for 13 against DD at the Feroz Shah Kotla yesterday.
  • Pic/AFP Wooden spooners Delhi knocked defending champions Mumbai out of the Indian PreMumbaier League after the trio of Sandeep LaMumbaichhane, AMumbait Mumbaishra and Harshal Patel starred with three wickets apiece for a 11-run win in their last league match here yesterday.
  • “I have no regrets how the season has gone, it was a Mumbaixed season for us,” Mumbai skipper Rohit Sharma said after his team’s exit.
  • The visitors lost three wickets — Evin Lewis (48), Kieron Pollard (7) and Krunal Pandya (4) — in five balls at the Feroz Shah Kotla which according to Rohit was the defining phase of the game.
  • Hardik Pandya (27) and skipper Rohit (13) added 43 runs before they were sent back as Mumbai slipped to 122 for seven in 14.5 overs.


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