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“Many Sporting Giants Have Gone Through This”- Rohit Sharma Reacts As MI Lose 8 Consecutive Matches In IPL 2022

Five-time champions Mumbai Indians have set an unwanted record in the ongoing Indian Premier League season. The Mumbai-based franchise have lost their first eight matches of the competition, which has all but ended their hopes of finishing in the Top 4 of the points table. MI skipper Rohit Sharma posted a long tweet earlier today to reflect on his team’s downfall.


The IPL began in the year 2008, and in the last 15 years, there had not been a single instance of a team having zero wins and 8 losses after their first eight games of the new season. However, Mumbai Indians have achieved the dubious feat this year.

MI started their season with a close defeat against the Delhi Capitals. After that match, they suffered losses against Kolkata Knight Riders, Chennai Super Kings, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Punjab Kings and Rajasthan Royals.


Debutant Lucknow Super Giants have defeated twice in the month of April, with the last defeat taking place yesterday. At the moment, the Mumbai Indians are last on the IPL 2022 standings with no points to their name from eight games.

Rohit Sharma sends a message to Mumbai Indians fans after team loses 8 matches on a trot

Earlier today, Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma took to Twitter to send a message to the loyal fans of the franchise who have supported them in their ups and downs. Here’s what Sharma wrote:

“We haven’t put our best foot forward in this tournament but that happens, many sporting giants have gone through this phase but I love this team and it’s environment. Also want to appreciate our well wishers who’ve shown faith and undying loyalty to this team so far @mipaltan.”



Mumbai Indians still have six league matches remaining in IPL 2022. The five-time champions will be keen to end their campaign on a high note by registering some victories.


Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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