Mumbai Indians (MI) crashed out within the race for the IPL Remaining following their crushing 62-run defeat by the hands of the defending champions Gujarat Titans (GT) within the Qualifier 2 on the iconic Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Friday, Might 26.
Notably, skipper Rohit Sharma did not hit the bottom operating for the aspect and was finally despatched packing for a meager eight runs off seven balls throughout the chase. Nevertheless, it’s price mentioning that Rohit has endured a relatively lean patch with the bat within the 16th version of the top-tier league.
In his sixteenth look, the skipper accrued 332 runs with simply two fifties to his account, coming at a dismal common of 20.75. His greatest knock got here in opposition to Delhi Capitals (DC) on April 11, when he scored an aesthetic 65 off 45 balls which steered his aspect to a six-wicket win. For the unversed, Rohit recorded his joint-third lowest tally of runs in an IPL season since his debut.
Rohit’s batting stats through the years in IPL
Notably, Rohit’s worst season was in 2022, whereby he collected a paltry 268 runs adopted by 286 runs within the 2018 version for the Males in Blue and Gold. Along with this, he received 332 runs within the 2020 season in 12 appearances, scoring simply as many within the 16.th version of the profitable T20 league.
Furthermore, the flamboyant MI opener received his title registered in an unceremonious checklist within the 2023 season, as he registered the second-most variety of geese within the historical past of the competitors. Failing to open his account twice on the trot within the IPL 2023 marketing campaign, Rohit now has 16 geeseone behind Dinesh Karthik (17) within the unceremonious leaderboard.
MI’s first title-winning 12 months, which was in 2013, was additionally the identical season when Rohit relished his greatest type. The skipper collected a mammoth 538 runs in 19 matches, lacing it with 4 half-centuries at an honest common of 38.42. With this, he was within the operating for the IPL Orange Cap in 2013 however finally misplaced it to CSK’s Michael Hussey, who notched up 733 runs.
Rohit Sharma’s general IPL numbers-