Chennai: Mumbai Indians batsman Suryakumar Yadav is not bothered about his team’s middle order flop show and said that it is just a question of one match and they will come back strong.
Flop middle order
In the middle order of Mumbai Indians, players like Ishan Kishan (Ishan Kishan), Hardik Pandya (Hardik Pandya) are his elder brother Krunal Pandya but they have failed to perform well in IPL 2021.
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Mumbai’s loss by 9 wickets
On Friday, Punjab captain Rohit Sharma (Rohit Sharma) scored 63 runs against Punjab Kings but the middle order failed again and the team was able to score 131 runs for 6 wickets, Punjab registered an easy win by 9 wickets.
‘It’s just a match question’
Suryakumar Yadav, however, said that the team is not concerned with the performance of the middle order batsmen. He said in the press conference after the match, ‘He is working really hard on the nets, every day, every session. This is only a question of the match.
‘Will return strong’
Suryakumar Yadav said, ‘Every player is trying to take responsibility in every match, only their efforts are not succeeding. It happens in the game but I am sure that they will come back strongly.
Things are different in Chennai
Suryakumar Yadav, who scored 33 off 27 balls against Punjab Kings, said, “Things are a bit different here but we are trying to play on such wickets during practice.”
‘Will not look back’
Suryakumar Yadav said, ‘We have faced similar situations before and made a strong comeback, so I think we will make a strong comeback. We will show a tremendous game in a match and then will not look back.